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GGV's Hydro Power Plant project progress

May 07 2016

GGV's Hydro Power Plant project progress

The civil work has already started such as clear land from the trees, split the hill and dig the ground to make the water way, conection, headpond, penstock and power house location.


In accordance to the local demand, GGV uses the huge potential in renewable energy of Sulawesi Island in Indonesia to launch a Hydro Power Plant project. It will produce 10 MW and will supply local communities around in electricity. The duration for the construction is planned for two years and should be operating for twenty years. More than that, this project will give a lot of benefits such as filling the demand of electricity in Sulawesi, helping the Government for decreasing oil and gas utilization, giving opportunities of work to local citizen and developing local industry.

 

The civil work has already started such as clearing land from the trees, splitting the hill and digging the ground to prepare the water way, connection, headpond, penstocks and power house location.

 

water way

Water way

 

 

headpond location

Headpond location

 

Penstock location

Penstock location

 

Power house location

Power house location

 

During all the civil work, safety of workers is the main focus for GGV. Therefore, it uses high standard of safety and especially during the use of equipments such as excavator. Moreover, GGV sets up a house for the workers and visitors to stay on the project site which will be installed by end of July 2016.

 

Regarding to GGV’s mission, our project is to support sustainable development. Besides that, all of the works related with the project has been considered by GGV’s engineering department with all environmental studies such as ecology, typology, hydrologyl, topography and geology. Once the civil work achieved, GGV will replant trees to compensate with those removed for the construction and avoid landslide during heavy rains. These actions are part of the responsibility of GGV to preserve the environment and ecosystem during and after the project.

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