Japanese diversified holding company Sumitomo Corporation has won a deal to build a 35 MW unit for a geothermal plant in Indonesia. The engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract was awarded by local firm PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy, part of Indonesian state-owned oil and gas company PT Pertamina. Sumitomo will collaborate with Indonesian engineering firm PT Rekayasa Industri to install the 35 MW fifth unit of the Kamojang geothermal facility. The geothermal station will be situated in the town of Garut on Indonesia’s Java Island. Construction works that will last 23 months are scheduled to be completed in July 2015. Indonesia’s geothermal capacity is estimated at 29,000 MW. At present, only about 1,340 MW, or 5 per cent, is being utilised.