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SE Asia's 'biggest' wind farm to break ground in Sukabumi

The Jakarta Post 14 Sep 2021
The development of the Sukabumi wind farm is intended to contribute wind-generated electricity to the Java-Bali grid and help the government reach its goal of 23 percent ...
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World Bank approves loan for hydropower plant in Indonesia

Power Technology 13 Sep 2021
The hydropower plant will help Indonesia to meet electricity demand and support its decarbonisation goals ... At present, more than 80% of the power generated for the Java-Bali grid comes from fossil fuels ... The Upper Cisokan plant will give more consumers in Java and Bali access to an environmentally friendly and reliable electricity supply.
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Indonesia moves forward with 1 GW pumped storage hydropower plant

PV Magazine 13 Sep 2021
The World Bank has agreed to finance part of a project owned by Indonesian state-owned utility, PLN ... “As a result, a more environmentally friendly and reliable supply of electricity will benefit consumers in Java and Bali.” ... ....
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PLN, Masdar start building large-scale solar power plant

The Jakarta Post 06 Aug 2021
... company between Abu Dhabi-based renewables firm Masdar and PT Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Investasi (PJBI), a subsidiary of Jakarta-based state-owned electricity firm PLN. .
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PLN, Masdar begin building biggest floating solar plant in Southeast Asia

The Jakarta Post 05 Aug 2021
... company between Abu Dhabi-based renewables firm Masdar and PT Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Investasi (PJBI), a subsidiary of Jakarta-based state-owned electricity firm PLN. .
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Indonesia’s solar prospects burning brighter

Asiatimes 02 Aug 2021
Following the lead of the ASC, where one branch of the cable comes ashore at Anyer on the eastern shore of the Sunda Strait, Indonesia is likely to push for an off-take agreement to supply some of the electricity to Bali and Lombok ... For cultural reasons, there is a ban on exploiting Bali’s 320MW of geothermal potential.
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Indonesia says 53 crew of lost sub are dead, wreckage found

Sina 25 Apr 2021
A missing Indonesian submarine has been found, broken into at least three parts, deep in the Bali Sea, army and navy officials said on Sunday, as they confirmed that all 53 crew perished in the disaster ... submarine last dove on Wednesday, off Bali’s northern coast, Margono said.
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Hopes of rescuing 53 sailors extinguished after Indonesian navy confirms vessel sank

Yahoo Daily News 25 Apr 2021
But debris, including prayer mats and parts of the submarine, were found nearby to where it had requested permission to dive before vanishing ... Contact with the vessel was lost around 60 miles north of the resort island of Bali ... Previously the navy speculated that an electrical failure could have left the submarine unable to resurface ... .
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Indonesian submarine that went missing during military drills with 53 on board confirmed sunk – navy

Russia Today 24 Apr 2021
The submarine, KRI Nanggala 402, disappeared during military drills off the resort island of Bali ... Also on rt.com Search underway for Indonesian submarine missing north of Bali, 53 on board – military. The cause of the sinking remains unknown, with the navy suggesting an electrical failure might have led to the vessel’s demise.
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Missing Indonesian submarine: Limited oxygen supply spurs search effort

RNZ 23 Apr 2021
Rescue aircraft and ships are scouring the sea north of Bali, searching for a missing Indonesian submarine with 53 crew as oxygen supplies dwindle aboard the 44-year-old vessel ... Helicopters also flew from Bali at first light ... The Bali Sea can reach depths of more than 1500m.
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Missing Indonesian submarine ‘may have sunk too deep to reach’

Metro UK 22 Apr 2021
The diesel-powered KRI Nanggala 402 was participating in live-fire torpedo exercises north of the island of Bali when it lost contact at about 3am on Wednesday morning. Officials believe the ship had an electrical failure during the dive, causing it to lose control and preventing it from resurfacing.
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Another curfew violator dies

Sun Star 12 Apr 2021
A CURFEW violator died allegedly after being beaten up by village watchmen in Calamba, Laguna ... Barangay watchmen Joel Ortiz and Arjan Bahan Javierta denied the accusation and said Jimenez bumped into an electrical post and hit his head. “Wag po tayong maniniwala sa bali-balita na kesyo binugbog, walang katotohanan ‘yan.
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China building Indonesia into an EV powerhouse

Asiatimes 04 Feb 2021
Government planners say the introduction of electric vehicles on the domestic market and a concerted push into solar power, neglected up to now, will help reduce Indonesia’s $21.2 billion in energy imports by at least a third and also utilize 8,000 megawatts of oversupply on the Java-Bali electricity grid.
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Roundup: Indonesia's three provinces hopefully to use Bakrie-BYD electric buses

China.dot.org 30 Jan 2021
30 (Xinhua) -- Tests on the Bakrie-BYD electric buses in Indonesia's Jakarta, Bali and Aceh have showed satisfactory results in the hope that such mass public transportation means using non-fossil fuel would operate soon in the three Indonesian provinces ... The test in Bali was ...
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Climate activist tours schools to inspire youth across Japan

Asahi News 20 Jan 2021
Shiina Tsuyuki made up her mind that she needed to do something after receiving a rare educational experience overseas at a sustainable, self-reliant school ... Tsuyuki enrolled in Green School Bali, a private school in Indonesia, where she studied in the jungle in a bamboo building. The school relied on electricity and food it produced all on its own ... .
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