RPP Infra Projects, one of the India’s leading and fast growing Non Metro/Rural based organization has passed the pre-qualification norms for the Mamuju IPP Power Project in Indonesia through its consortium with Truba Manunggal Power and Energy Ventures.
The consortium is expected to develop projects of net capacity 2x25 MW each. These projects namely Mamuju Coal Fired Steam Power Plant IPP and Kendari Fired Steam Powered Plant IPP are connected to 150 KV substation.
The scope of work includes finance, designing, procurement, construction, commission, operation and maintenance of a coal fired steam power plant using BOOT scheme which shall then be transferred to PLN.
Earlier in June, the company had launched a new venture in Sri Lanka known as RPP Infra Projects (Lanka) to execute the recently won housing project for internally displaced people (IPDs) in Sri Lanka.