Sarulla Geothermal Project: Tapping Indonesia’s Geothermal Resources


Sarulla Geothermal Project: Tapping Indonesia’s Geothermal Resources

01 October 2015

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Dependence on fossil fuels exposes Indonesia to frequent changes in the price and supply of oil and coal, and increases greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. A project backed by Asian Development Bank (ADB) will help harness Indonesia’s largely untapped geothermal resources, allowing the country to meet its power demand while promoting a clean energy source. 

Read about ADB’s other energy projects in Knowledge and Power: Lessons from ADB Energy Projects.

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