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GE has been in Indonesia since 1940, and today is responsible for generating 30% of the country’s electricity. Nusantara Turbine Services is a center of excellence for B-and E-class stationary components for gas turbines repairs. Additionally, GE has installed more than 700 gas engines in Indonesia, helping to generate 500 MW of electricity. Thirty percent of these engines are used to generate renewable and clean energy derived from waste such as wood chips, palm oil mills effluent, agri-waste biogas, low-rank coal syngas, coal bed methane and oil and gas sector products.
Did you know? As part of its commitment to strengthen its presence in Indonesia, in February 2013 GE announced a plan to develop a GE Learning and Technology center together with Garuda Indonesia, Pertamina, and PLN. This center will serve as a center for leadership and engineering as well as localization of GE applied technology.