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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Floating solar farm reflects China’s clean energy ambitions

13 June 2017

As the United States was withdrawing from the Paris climate pact, China’s clean energy ambitions were being reflected in the launch of the world’s largest floating solar farm. The 40-megawatt power plant has 160,000 panels resting on a lake that emerged after the collapse of a coal mine in central Anhui province. It is part …

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