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Indonesia Clean Energy Investor Forum 2010

The CTI PFAN Indonesia Clean Energy Investor Forum, hosted in Jakarta, Indonesia, 12th-13th July 2010, showcased high-quality clean energy projects from Indonesia in front of some of Asia’s leading investors.

More than 200 investors, clean energy experts, and representatives of financial institutions from across the region participated in the forum.  Eight clean energy projects with a potential to reduce Indonesia’s carbon emissions by more than 115,000 metric tons a year were presented at the forum.

Congratulations to the projects awarded; First Place went to PT. Bakrie Power for their plan to build a plant that captures geothermal steam to generate electricity. With an intended capacity of 30 megawatts, the plant is set to reduce Indonesia’s greenhouse gas emissions by 150,000 metric tons each year.

Second Place went to Pasadena Biofuels for their plan to develop a wood pellets factory based on waste forest products in Ciamis, West Java.

The winners will receive further coaching from CTI PFAN mentors, and the first place winner will be represented CTI PFAN clean energy forums in Asia in the second half of 2010. 

A full summary of projects presented at the forum is available on request from berliana@cleanenergyasia.net.

To connect with specific project developers or to request their presentation or executive summary, please email melany@cleanenergyasia.net

Photos from the event can be viewed at the CTI PFAN photo gallery:http://www.pfan.net/gallery.php?id=7

The Indonesia Clean Energy Investor Forum is organized by the Climate Technology Initiative’s Private Financing Advisory Network (CTI PFAN), a global multilateral initiative that bridges the gap between clean energy project developers and investors.

The CTI PFAN Indonesia Clean Energy Investor Forum is sponsored by the Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).


Regions: Asia
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