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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Daewoo plans to build power plant in Bantaeng

Bantaeng, S Sulawesi (ANTARA News) - South Korea`s leading business company Daewoo Logistic plans to build a power plant to help overcome the limited power supply in Bantaeng regency, South Sulawesi.

The power plant will use the trunk and cob of corn as fuel, Regent of Bantaeng Nurdin Abdullah said here Sunday.

He said the South Korean company had expressed its wish, and in the nearest future some of the company`s executives will be coming to Bantaeng to see the potentials of the corn crops.

"The date of their visit to the region had yet to be fixed," the regent said and promised to give the necessary facilities to the investors operating in the regency 120 kilometers south of the provincial capital Makassar.

He said that the power plants will be built in several locations considered having the highest need of electricity.

He pointed to the corn cob and capok seeds which have become an item for exports.

The two commodities are exported to South Korea where it is made into compost fertilizer, media for raising mushroom, and as mixture for cattle feed.

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