Global Geothermal Summit (GGS2014): Good News for Indonesia's Geothermal Power Potential

Indonesia needs to further develop renewable energy projects, particularly geothermal power plants, to address the sustainable development drive and cope with increasing demand on electricity. GGS2014 regards this as a great opportunity for Indonesia's geothermal power industry market.

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With the theme ‘Joint Efforts to Accelerate Geothermal Power Expansion’, Global Geothermal Summit 2014 will convene on March 20-21 in Bali, Indonesia.

(PRWEB) March 01, 2014

The Indonesia country energy minister Jero Wacik mentioned recently that Indonesia has many potential geothermal places to be explored and transferred to energy that would be very useful for people across the country. Indonesia needs to further develop renewable energy projects, particularly geothermal power plants, to address the sustainable development drive and cope with increasing demand on electricity. GGS2014 regards this as a great opportunity for Indonesia's geothermal power industry market.

With in-depth research and careful investigation, with the theme “Joint Efforts to Accelerate Geothermal Power Expansion”, Global Geothermal Summit: Indonesia & Philippines will convene on March 20-21 in Bali, Indonesia. The conference has attracted around 150 attendees from government bodies, license holders, project developers, EPCs, T&B developers, etc..

As the minister said, “This aim was to address sustainable development drive, coping with increasing need on electricity in the future in line with fast-growing number of middle class society from 45 million at present to 135 million in 2030.” Global Geothermal Summit: Indonesia & Philippines is proud to present a dedicated utility panel sharing a platform with the geothermal power community so you can finally have a firm guide to your market strategy as below.
-- Update geothermal of policy and regulation in Indonesia and the Philippines
-- Accelerate project development by exchanging operating experience and introducing advanced technology
-- Enhancing the efficiency of the project to get more benefits from geothermal resource
-- Seek new opportunities in Indonesia, Philippines, and the neighbor countries

Hear From Eminent Speakers Worldwide:

Mr. Sigit Rahardjo, Vice President Upstream, PT Pertamina
Mr. Soritaon Siregar, President Director, Indonesian Investment Agency (Pusat Investasi Pemerintah (PIP))
Mr. Noldy Tuerah, Head of Planning Board, North Sulawesi Provincial Government
Mr. Mario C. Marasigan, Director, Department of Energy (DOE)
Mr. Udibowo Ciptomulyono, Chief Commissioner, PT. PLN Geothermal
Mr. Panurach Dumrongthai, Drilling Engineering Manager, Chevron Geothermal Indonesia
Mr. Bret Mattes, President & CEO, OTP Geothermal
Mr. Carlos Jose Gatmaitan, President and CEO, Philippine National Oil Company Renewables Corp
Dr. Ir. Sukhyar, Permanent Representative of Indonesia to CCOP, Head of Geological Agency
Mr. Jon Lindborg, Country Director, Asian Development Bank (ADB)

For more information about speakers, please click here.

About GGS 2014
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Organizing committee of Global Geothermal Summit: Indonesia & Philippines
Contacts: June Chiang Junej(at)szwgroup(dot)com
T: +86 21 5830 0710
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Event Website: http://www.szwgroup.com/global-geothermal-summit-indonesia-and-philippine-2014