Scaling-Up Renewable Geothermal Energy in Indonesia

Geothermal is a reliable and non-intermittent power source and the only renewable energy that can effectively substitute baseload generation. Electricity from geothermal plants would displace coal-based power in Indonesia.

To justify public support and evaluate the viability of this “green finance” investment, an integrated approach to decision making was utilized based on the combined assessments of financial-economic-stakeholder-risk impacts.


World Bank. 2014. Scaling Up Renewable Geothermal Energy in Indonesia. Washington, DC. © World Bank. License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.

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