Jakarta — Indonesian engineering firm Rekayasa Industri or Rekin and Polish engineering, procurement and construction contractor Refako, signed a partnership agreement last Friday (09/6) to build a 2 x 50 megawatt power plant for Indonesian state-owned electricity company PLN in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. The Refako-Rekin partnership is expected to increase PLN’s power generation experience. This is in line with Refako’s vision to connect Indonesia to the world and to help Indonesia meet its projected economic growth target, the companies said in a joint statement on Tuesday (13/06). “We have long felt our experience and partnership with Indonesia’s Rekin will give us more opportunities to participate in the building of the Indonesian infrastructure with a competitive price,” Refako president and chief executive Agnieska Wasilewska said in the statement. She added that the project will comply with technical standards set in the European Union in terms of conventional power generation and will also use the environmentally-friendly technology and processes. “At the same time, we will empower the Indonesian construction industry and connect producers and users of power with guaranteed outstanding parts and supplies,” she said. The signing of the partnership took place last Friday (09/06) in Szeczin, Poland, witnessed by Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan and Poland’s Minister of Maritime and Inland Navigation Marek Grobarczyk. Rafako, a subsidiary of the PBG Group, was established in 1949 and has been a leader in the power generation industry since.