Biofuel to Power Indonesia’s Anti-Poverty Drive

Paris, France [France24.com] Indonesia is embarking on an ambitious biofuel programme which has already attracted more than 17 billion dollars in foreign and domestic investment and criticism from conservationists worried about the country’s forests. … The government has set a target that 17 percent of the country’s energy requirements must be met from renewable sources by 2025 and last year established a National Team for Biofuel Development to develop alternative energy supplies.
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