Karadeniz powership starts supplying Maluku islands

Karadeniz Holdings has started supplying electricity to Indonesia from a powership anchored at the island of Ambon in the Maluku archipelago.
By Staff reporter 13 April 2017 0 25495

Karadeniz Holdings has started supplying electricity to Indonesia from a powership anchored at the island of Ambon in the Maluku archipelago, according to a press release by subsidiary PT Karpowership Indonesia.

The Yasin Bey powership has been supplying the region since the beginning of April, according to the release. The vessel has a capacity of 120 MW and is the third powership the company has delivered to Indonesia.

The Zeynep Sultan started delivering power to Amurang in North Sulawesi in January 2016, and the Gokhan Bey started...

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