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March 31st, 2011
Nine New Geothermal Areas Ready To Be Developed

The Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has announced nine potential geothermal areas as geothermal working areas. This is done to increase the geothermal contribution to the national energy mix. This statement is announced by the Director of the Directorate of Geothermal Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation from the ministry, Sugiharto Harso Prayitno in a press release during the Indo-Geothermal seminars and exhibitions in Jakarta. Those nine working areas are Bonjol, Gunung Endut, Danau Ranau, Ciremai, Mataloko, Simbolon-Samosir, Sembalun, Telomoyo, and Wai Ratai. The total potential reserves of the nine areas are around 1,334 megawatts. “We hope the nine geothermal working areas can be auctioned off soon,” said Sugiharto. Read More