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Gov. continues to develop renewable energy-based power plants

VOI NEWS  10.8.2017  10:00 Local Time  GMT+7

The government of Indonesia continues to build power plants in a bid to provide adequate electricity to consumers while avoiding the use of conventional or fossil-based resources that are depleting. Thus, the government is making efforts to use new and renewable forms of energy to generate electricity since their use will help the country achieve its greenhouse gas emission reduction and energy mix targets. To this end, the Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry has called on partner companies to develop new and renewable energy-based power plants. Minister of the Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry, Ignasius Jonan views that 53 Independent Power Producers (IPPs) have agreed to develop new and renewable energy-based power plants. His Ministry has planned to develop 64 new and renewable energy-based power plants, with a total capacity of 400 megawatts (MW). (Ant)

     

Indonesia and Russia discuss bilateral cooperation

Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister, Retno L.P. Marsudi met her Russian counterpart Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov to discuss bilateral cooperation. She said that Foreign Minister Lavrov’s visit is significant, as it is the first official bilateral visit of the Russian foreign minister to Indonesia. During the bilateral meeting, the two foreign ministers signed a document on a Consultation Plan between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia and Russia for the 2017-2019 period. Minister Retno Marsudi noted in a joint press statement with Russian foreign minister at the Indonesian Foreign Ministry office in Jakarta on Wednesday that the signing of this document clearly demonstrates the keenness of both countries’ foreign ministries to intensify consultation and communication between Indonesia and Russia.  Minister Retno Marsudi highlighted several topics of bilateral cooperation that became the focus of discussion, including in the fields of politics and security. (Ant)

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