Indonesia is a powerful commodities house with an abundance of various natural resources. Recently, the Southeast Asia’s largest economy made headlines for the construction of the world’s largest geothermal power plant, the USD $1.5 billion Sarulla plant. The project started in June 2014 after years of delay. It will produce an estimated net deliverable capacity of 300 megawatt for 30 years, according to Asian Development Bank.
Geothermal Investment Shifts Renewable Energy Attention to Indonesia