Under a Philippine Department of Energy service contract, EPI's project will involve the construction of a 44 MW Geothermal Power Plant including and a 45-kilometer, 69 KV transmission line and a substation facility.
In an interview with Republika, the president of the Indonesian Geothermal Association said that installed geothermal power generation capacity could reach 2,000 MW by 202, due to the new geothermal law passed last week.
Four new geothermal areas are being considered in the country and they would be exploited through a public-private partnership cooperation. El Salvador wants to achieve 40% of geothermal energy generation from current 24%.
The development objective of the project is to provide support for the Government of Saint Lucia to make an informed decision regarding geothermal exploration and development in Saint Lucia by undertaking upstream preparatory activities.
The state-owned enterprise PT Pertamina has to has to assess the viability of two geothermal plant projects in West Java and Aceh in Indonesia or face loosing around 1 billion IDR for the previous investments due to change in legislation and permits.