PT Siemens Indonesia is targeting the construction of a waste power plant (PLTSa) in several cities in Indonesia, said Director of Machinery Industry of the Ministry of Industry Zakiyudin.
“Siemens is already thinking of entering PLTSa area and they are starting to communicate with the office of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs and local government,” Zaki said in Jakarta on Tuesday.
Director of Machine Industry of the Ministry of Industry ZakiyudinZaki said that when met after accompanying Minister of Industry Airlangga Hartarto met the CEO of Siemens Indonesia Prakash Chandran in Jakarta.
According to Zaki, the German company has the technology to convert waste into electrical energy that can be utilized by the people of Indonesia.
“Siemens has its technology, and in the near future, they will talk more with the local government,” Zaki said.
“There will be eight cities that will implement PLTSa,” Zaki said. PLTSa development will be conducted in eight cities in Indonesia, due to the garbage problem that often occurs in big cities in Indonesia.