Chevron Expands Geothermal Operations in Indonesia

[Associated Press] Chevron Corp., the only foreign business currently developing geothermal energy in Indonesia, is expanding operations at one of its power plants on Java island to bring electricity to an additional 700,000 homes, the company said Tuesday. The U.S. energy company, which has operated two geothermal fields on the seismically charged island since the 1980s, said in a statement it has started commercial production at its 110-megawatt (MW) Darajat III plant in Garut, West Java province.

 

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