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Pertamina's upstream director Dharmawan H Samsu said Indonesia has 40 percent of the world's geothermal potential.
World Bank approves a US$150 million loan for Indonesia to scale up investments in geothermal energy by reducing the risks of early-stage exploration.
Vice President Jusuf Kalla stated that Indonesia has already operated a geothermal power plant (PLTP) since 35 years ago in Kamojang, West Java.
State-owned geothermal energy company Geo Dipa Energi has kicked off the construction of two geothermal power plants.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani recalled about Iceland's success in managing the country's energy potential that can be replicated in Indonesia.
The Indonesian Government revealed that the use of geothermal energy for power plants in the country has only reached 1,698.5 MW or 10 percent.
Zulkifli Hasan's reluctance to sign off on a geothermal plant in his home province of Lampung has rasided questions among the project's supporters.
President Joko Widodo said a state-owned company (BUMN) would be established if necessary to manage the country's geothermal energy potential.
Jokowi says establishing a concrete economic cooperation geothermal investment will improve Indonesia and New Zealand's relationship.
The new law allows allow geothermal contractors to work on forest conservation areas.
Nine geothermal power plant projects are aimed at achieving a target of eight to nine gigawatts (GW) of geothermal-generated electricity in 2025.
The lack of an early-stage risk sharing option remains a fundamental obstacle to geothermal power expansion not only in Indonesia, but globally.
A number of developers are volunteering to work on the project, which is located on the border of Central Java and East Java.
PGE has allocated US$312 million (Rp 3.6 trillion) of capital expenditure, 25 percent higher compared to the amount allocated last year.
In a bid to determine the power price for geothermal electricity, PLN hires Sinclair Knight Merz to serve as an independent auditor
Sucofindo decides to build the lab in the province with the largest geothermal reserves.
Greenpeace calculated that the coal power plant in Batang will unleash as much as 10.8 million tons of carbon emission per year.
South Sulawesi's department of energy and mineral resources says that 16 geothermal spots in the province have not been used as power sources.
Geothermal capacity at Mount Lompo Battang, South Sulawesi is estimated to reach up to 200 MW with resources that may last for a century.
Turkish businessman Emin Hintay is planning to invest in East Java's geothermal potential.