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Indonesia’s power sector is open for business

There are exciting developments within Indonesia that are mitigating many of the challenges previously faced by investors.

Indonesia’s $2.2bn geothermal plan progresses

Nine geothermal power projects totalling 1000 MW are currently in various states of progress in Indonesia as part of the government's strategy to increase the extent of renewables in its power mix.
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Recording: Indonesia’s New Energy Paradigm Digital Series

A joint production from Enlit Asia and partners MKI, this series will highlight PLN's New Paradigm, the organisation's latest strategy to drive core areas of Indonesia's energy transition.

Indonesia seeks to reassure investors

The Indonesian government sought to reassure investors, lenders and operators of independent power projects after state utility PLN said it was reviewing power purchase agreements to see if the crisis could be declared a "force majeure".

Indonesia’s Green School Bali uses solar installation as training exercise

The Green School Bali in Indonesia has installed a solar PV system to further its goal of becoming the 'greenest school on earth.'

Indonesia to renegotiate Paiton

Indonesia`s private power producer PT Paiton Energy Company is ready to renegotiate the contractual terms of its power purchase agreement (PPA) with state-owned utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN).

Power for the Island Mosaic: Indonesia’s uphill journey to electrify its people

It is 1 o'clock in the morning in Jakarta. The glow from the city lights illuminates the hazy sky above with a permanent yellowish-orange light that erases any sight of a starlit sky.

Masdar joint venture to develop Indonesia’s first floating solar plant

Masdar and PT PJBI have announced the formation of a joint venture to drive the development of the Cirata Floating Photovoltaic Power Plant.

Indonesia examines viability of electric vehicles

The government of Indonesia and Mitsubishi Motors are partnering in a new electric vehicle programme, aimed at helping the country to reduce exhaust emissions.

Black & Veatch takes 2 in Indonesia

Black & Veatch has landed contracts from Sumitomo Corp. of Tokyo and Sumitomo Corp. of America for two turnkey projects at the Indonesian electric utility`s Tambak Lorok plant. The two projects are valued at nearly (US)$600 million. Black & Veatch will serve as subcontractor to Sumitomo on both projects, located in Semarang on the island of Java, Indonesia.

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