CHD holds open house at power station in Bali, Indonesia

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#China Huadian Engineering Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of China Huadian Corporation Ltd. (CHD), recently held an online open house at the #Bali Power Station in #Indonesia, showcasing operation of the project and its impact on local people’s lives.

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