What is ICED?

The Indonesian Clean Energy Development (ICED) is a continuation of ICED program that run from 2011.

ICED support government, private sector and civil society in increasing the contribution of clean energy efficiency resources (renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy conservation) in Indonesia.

The technical assistance program is funded by United States for International Development (USAID).

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Government to develop $4.3b geothermal plants

22 May 2017

The Government plans this year to start the process of developing 12 Geothermal power plants with a total capacity of 865 megawatts (MW) and combined investment value of around US$4.3 billion as part of its efforts to make Indonesia the world’s top geothermal electricity producer.

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