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Gorontalo

 

a city and port in Indonesia, located on the shore of the Tomini Gulf in the northeastern part of Sulawesi Island. Population, 71,000 (1961). Gorontalo is the center of a plantation region. It exports copra, kapok, coffee, rattan, wood, resins, and hides.

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GE is currently installing four similar units in Gorontalo, North Sulawesi.
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The 18 power plants are the 20 -megawatt (MW) Tanjung Pinang Power Plant, the 14 MW Tanah Grogot Power Plant, the 14 MW Ketapang Power Plant, the 11 MW Pangkalan Bun Power Plant, the 12 MW Lampung Tengah Power Plant, the 12 MW Tanjung Balai Karimun Power Plant, the 12 MW Kalianda Power Plant, the 50 MW Pontianak Power Plant, the 200 MW Jenepono Power Plant, the 12 MW Gorontalo Power Plant, the 11 MW Tembilahan Power Plant, the 11 MW Rengat Power Plant, the 200 MW Kuala Tanjung Power Plant, the 20 Molo Tabu Power Plant, the 10 MW Manippi Power Plant, the 55 MW Kaltim Power Plant, the 200 MW Banjarsari Power Plant and the 225 MW Keban Agung Power Plant.
5 magnitude earthquake struck the coastal town of Gorontalo early on Monday, and was followed by a magnitude 5.