November 30, 2009 | admin | Comments 0

This week in International Geothermal Opinion: Indonesia’s geothermal development hampered at all levels

From the Jakarta Post, Hanan Nugroho writes that the Indonesian government plans to implement its second 10,000-MW power development program, which is to start delivering the electricity by 2014. However, he adds that “the program is challenged by several constraints: a weak tendering process, lack of sufficient and reliable data, lack of human resources, inadequate financial support, and – the most basic – the weak power purchase agreements (PPA) process.”

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