Expand Socialization The movement of the Bar Scouts visit CFPP
BATANG — Extensively socialize the development Batang CFPP 2 x 1,000 MW, PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia invited the officers of the Kwartir Branch (Kwaran) Scout Movement to visit high-tech and environmentally friendly CFPP. Most junior high school teachers in Batang regency are glad to get a chance to see the development progress and gain knowledge about CFPP with ultra-supercritical technology.
The main chairman of Kwarcab Scout Movement of Batang Regency, Mughni, admitted that he was proud to bring the officers of the Scout Movement to see directly the development of the CFPP. Because this is very beneficial for the Scout Movement administrators to be able to socialize or answer the questions of his students, when asked about the existence of the trunk CFPP.
"We hope, this visit is fully utilized to increase knowledge and provide information, be it to students, co-workers and neighbors, about Batang CFPP 2 x 1,000 MW." Said Mughni in his speech.
Further explained, that the existence of power plant in Batang is true to bring a good name for the region, even now become one of the new icons of the government of Batang regency. As one of the energy source areas, Batang is now known for its power plant.
Meanwhile, Shiroki Yamashita, Chief Operational Officer of PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia, expressed his gratitude to the Scout builders who took his time to visit and see the construction of Batang CFPP 2 x 1,000 MW. Since power plant with 2,000 MW capacity is one of the most important parts to meet the needs of national electricity
"We hope that this activity can be useful for both parties, both for Scouts and the company. The existence of power plant is very influential in changing the condition of local economy, and social community. " Said Shiroki Yamashita.
Yamashita also explained that in addition to concentrating on construction, PT BPI also focused on the company's social responsibility program through several Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs that have been conducted from 2012 to This. Both through health programs, educational programs, economic development programs, infrastructure programs, and socio-cultural and environmental programs.