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Pertamina Geothermal wins award for environmental commitment at Kamojang

Darajat Unit I owned by Indonesia Power (a PLN subsidiary) with steam supplied by Chevron (source: wienblog-growingtree/ blogspot)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 4 Dec 2012

Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE) has been awarded for its environmental commitment and CSR implementation for its geothermal development at Kamojang, Indonesia.

Reported from Indonesia, Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE) has been awarded for its commitment and success of the company protecting the environment, reducing emissions as well as the successful management of CSR programs being planned and sustainable.

The award given for PGE’s work in Kamojang, “reinforces the company’s sustainable development, corporate accountability, commitment, compliance regulations and the impact of the company’s operations on the environment.

PGE since 2006 has been mandated by the government to develop 14 Geothermal Business Working Areas in Indonesia, namely Sibayak-Sinabung, Sibualbuali-Sarulla, Full River, Rice TB-Hululais, Lumut Balai-Margabayur, Waypanas Ulubelu, Canning Wayang Windu, Kamojang-Darajat , Karaha-Cakrabuana, Iyang Argopuro, Tabanan / Bedugul-Bali, Lahendong, Kotamobagu and Cibeureum Parabakti.

At the moment PGE is the most aggressive geothermal developer, has developed a target installed capacity of as much as 8 times the installed capacity of the end of 2011, that of 292 MWe (in 2011) to about 2400 MWe, before the year 2017-2018.

PGE is a company that provides energy without pollution, 90% owned by Pertamina and 10% owned by PT Pertamina Dana Ventura.”

Source: Tribun News