The Ulumbu, Ropa, Ndunga and Mataloko geothermal plants will supply a total of 20 MW to eight regions in Indonesia, where this industry is seeing a very fast development and significant growth in the last few years.
Nicaragua is aiming to have 90% of their energy needs via renewable sources by 2020 and geothermal will be a critical source to do so, spearheaded by tax cutting legislation and a influx of private investment from abroad.
Tanzania is in dire need of power and this issue is central for socio-economic development where geothermal might play a fundamental role. Tanzania is expecting to have 140MW of geothermal power online by 2018.
In a recent interview, the president of Isagen suggested that a 50MW geothermal project in Caldas, Colombia is being studied alongside with the border area between Colombia and Ecuador for development.