World’s Largest Sea Tidal Power Plant will be built in Indonesia, which is approved by Indonesian government. The possible location of the facility will be Indonesian island of Flores. The 23 MW new Sea Tidal Power Plant will provide power to about 100,000 people of the area. This plant was named Palmerah Tidal Bridge will be built into a floating 800 metre-long bridge on the Larantuka Strait in East Flores.
It is the first deal to emerge from a strategic hydropower alliance between the Indonesian and Dutch governments. A second phase of construction could see capacity increased to 90 to 115 MW, enough power for more than half a million Indonesians in a region that largely relies on polluting diesel generators for electricity.
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