Clean Power Conference Held In Nusa Dua

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A Clean Power Asia Conference (CPA) was attended by 600 professionals in the field of renewable energy and cleaner fossil energy in Nusa Dua this week.

“The conference brought together energy ministers various countries, regulatory agencies, power companies, investors, and providers of services and
technology to discuss the latest developments related to renewable energy and energy from fossil fuels in Asia,” said CPA director Daria La Valle said.

According to Daria, Indonesia has become the mainstay of countries in Asia in the use of electrical energy derived from renewable and clean fossil.

“Indonesia is a country with the greatest potential for renewable electricity generation of fossil fuel … in Asia,” he said.

He said Indonesia contained the largest geothermal resources in the world, and that it had vast potential in the areas of bioenergy, solar and water energy.



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