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Geothermal Energy Development in Indonesia: An Investors Guide Indonesia has the largest potential for geothermal energy in the world. Already seven geothermal plants are in operation with a total installed capacity of 7,459 MW. The on-going Second 1,000-MW Fast Track Power Development Program includes development of an additional capacity of 4,733 MW, a large part of which is open for investment by the private sector. With the enactment of the 2003 Geothermal Law and the 2007 Government Regulation on Geothermal Business, the legal and regulatory environment has been significantly enhanced.
This report provides investors a concise description of the Indonesian geothermal power sector including the development approval process and a list of projects waiting for tender.
Incentive schemes have already been established in various countries to attract investor capital and spur development. A major challenge for renewable power developers lies in identifying which of these incentive schemes offer good value for money and the predictability needed to justify the initial capital outlay.
This report is an authoritative source allowing for quick and easy comparison of the latest incentives on offer for different renewable technologies in 11 Central and South American countries. Combining key electricity market statistics with an analysis of operating and investment incentives for each country, the report provides concise but comprehensive information regarding the climate for renewable electricity investment. .
Renewable Electricity Sector Assessment: South Korea This report gives a comprehensive overview and analysis of the renewable electricity sector in South Korea. The analysis is provided across six primary indices used to categorise opportunity and risk. There are a further series of sub-indices or measures to provide a comparative value for each of the critical features of the primary indices. For further explanation about the indices, see Our Process.