Govt reduces geothermal energy contribution on second phase of crash program

Indonesia has revised downward the planned capacity for geothermal-fired power plants under the second 10,000 megawatt (MW) crash program by about 700 MW as some of the initially proposed projects cannot be finished within the program time frame.

Excerpt from The Jakarta Post.

Will it be replaced by coal power plant? I’m really eager to learn total power plant capacity we have at the moment and energy mix distribution of current status and plan for 10 years ahead. Anyone?

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