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Permintaan Tanggapan Masyarakat atas Rancangan POJK tentang Penerapan Keuangan Berkelanjutan bagi Lembaga Jasa Keuangan, Emiten, dan Perusahaan Publik

In line with the development of Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority (OJK) Regulations on Sustainable Finance Implementation for Financial Services Institution, issuers, and Public Companies, the OJK is looking forward to inputs from general public on the draft of the regulation. Please send your input through e-mail to: 1. Amini Aulia Email: amini.aulia@ojk.go.id 2. Fachrizal Subrata Email: fachrizal.subrata@ojk.go.id Please download this ...

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Government to develop $4.3b geothermal plants

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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Procurement Announcement: PT PLN (PERSERO) Invitation For The Pre-Qualification Of Applicants For The Implementation Of The Sumatera Solar PV Plant Project Independent Power Producer Project

Below is the invitation for the per-qualification of PT PLN Projects. As the partner of PT PLN, USAID ICED II assists with the announcement of the pre-qualification invitation. For further information, please read the following news and download the pre-qualification announcement below. This invitation is available on The Jakarta Post, print edition, Monday, May 22, 2017 page 14 Procurement Announcement ...

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Vice President Mike Pence and Indonesia Vice President Jusuf Kalla celebrated over $10 billion dollars in trade and investment

Vice President Mike Pence and Indonesia Vice President Jusuf Kalla celebrated over $10 billion dollars in trade and investment agreements that demonstrate the strength of the U.S.-Indonesia economic relationship. The deals include the delivery of cutting-edge U.S. technologies to help meet Indonesia’s energy needs and process waste into valuable byproducts. U.S. companies are also supporting Indonesia’s desire for cleaner energy ...

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Government continues to push for affordable electricity

Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan said on Tuesday the government would continue to push for affordable electricity, arguing that expensive electricity in remote areas suffering from a lack of infrastructure was unfair to the locals, who often could not afford the rates. Read full articles on the link here: Jakarta Post 2 May 2017

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Clean Energy Resource stand at Ex-Nuclear Power Plant

On Thursday, 30 March 2017, fourteen delegates of USAID ICED II’ Clean Energy Executive Exchange Program held site visit to Rancho Seco, a 11 Megawatt Solar Array located in Herald California. Owned by Sacramento Municipal Utility District, the Rancho Seco site hosted one of the first utility-scale solar arrays in the world when it was build in 1984, adjacent to ...

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Electric Vehicle for Better Future

In Sacramento, California if you own an electric car as photographed here, you will get free electronic fuel (charging) for up to two years Electric vehicle (EV’s) is a car that uses battery-powered electric motors instead of gasoline. The car is “fueled” by plugging in a charging equipment to a power outlet, very similar with the way a smartphone or ...

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Indonesia’s National Energy Plan Signed

The President of Republic of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, has signed National Energy Plan (RUEN) on January 23, 2017. The RUEN is a government policy on national energy management following the Presidential Regulation No. 79/2014 to achieve targets of Indonesia’s National Energy Policy. The RUEN provides a crucial foundation to achieve 23 percent of renewable energy account for Indonesia’s total energy ...

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Drones for Accurate Topography Mapping

United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Indonesia through USAID Indonesia Clean Energy Development (ICED) II piloted the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), also known as drones, for topography mapping. This initiative is part of an effort to ensure sound renewable energy project development, especially in obtaining accurate data for renewable energy projects. Technically, the drones will provide more ...

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Electricity mapping paints darkness with colors

USAID Indonesia Clean Energy Development (ICED) II Project uses geographic information system (GIS) to map villages with limited and zero access to electricity in North Sumatra Province and on Nias Island. The map paints colors on remote villages without electricity and presents a visual look that would assist the local government in planning activities around village electrification. The project collected ...

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