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Indonesia: Coal and geothermal energy for Indonesia. David Hayes. Energy World November 2008, P. 22-23

The Indonesian government plans more electricity generation capacity - including both coal-fired and geothermal plants - to help meet its growing energy needs. Coal-fired power stations will be built to overcome the nation's current electricity supply shortage, while renewable energy use will be expanded to provide power supplies to communities in areas where diesel-fired stations traditionally were built but which no longer are financially viable due to high oil prices.

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