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  • South Tapanuli (Antaranews North Sumatra) - Various elements of the Sipirok community affirmed the presence of the Batang Toru Hydro Electric Power Plant (HEPP) will be able to stimulate the economy of the local community.

    "Batang Toru Hydro Electric Power Plant (HEPP) is very useful for us, for education, for tourism, and for the future of our children and grandchildren, besides covering the need for an electrical energy crisis," said Rifai Pane and Siagian Clay.

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  • Medanbisnisdaily.com-Medan. North Sumatra Hydro Energy (NSHE) company as the manager of the Batang Toru Hydro Electric Power Plant (HEPP) with a capacity of 510 MW, carries a hospitality mission while visiting the editorial of medanbisnisdaily.com, S. Parman Road, Medan, on Thursday (02/21/2019).

    They acknowledged that the blockage of the company's information flow to the public had been used by a number of parties to attack the Batang Toru Hydropower so far. One of them is the issue of water logging issues. Unmitigated, the Batang Toru Hydro Electric Power Plant (HEPP) is said to be inundating around 9,600 Batang Toru forests.

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  • Batang Toru Hydro Electric Power Plant (HEPP) on APL, Not Forest

    Indeed, the presence of the Batang Toru Hydro Electric Power Plant (HEPP) to support the government program to build 35,000 MW until 2022. Inside supporting this effort, Batangtoru Hydropower is willing to invest US $ 1, 6 billion or around 20 trillion rupiahs more. But not yet this project is fully implemented, the issue of environmental destruction has been rolled out by a number of NGOs.

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  • Jakarta – Wimar Witoelar hadir menjadi salah satu tokoh senior dalam acara Deklarasi dukungan Alumni Kanisius terhadap Jokowi-Ma’aruf pada hari Minggu (03/02) di Gedung Joang 45, Menteng. Turut hadir pula tokoh-tokoh senior yang juga merupakan Alumni Kanisius yakni Ginandjar Kartasasmita, Airlangga Hartarto, Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, Akbar Tandjung, hingga Harijono Djojodiharjo.

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    Recently  PricewaterhouseCoopers, the global professional services network headquartered in London, published long-term global growth projections to 2050 for 32 of the largest economies in the world. The four largest economies in the world are projected to be China (1st), India (2nd), United States (3rd) and Indonesia (4th)

     

     

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