Indonesian push for geothermal energy faces bureaucratic hurdles - officials

By Fidelis E. Satriastanti | Thu, 25 Jul 2013 13:56 PM
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JAKARTA, Indonesia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – In a country heavily dependent on coal and other fossil fuels for energy, accessing new clean geothermal power could both curb climate-changing emissions and provide much-needed new energy.

But officials say an effort to transform Indonesia’s energy generation, by providing access to international loans to develop the country’s rich ...

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