ADB is proposing a multitranche financing facility (MFF) for the Government of Indonesia for the Geothermal Power Development Investment Program. The Investment Program will be financed under ADB and the Clean Technology Fund. The project preparatory technical assistance (TA) is necessary to: (i) review the steam resource assessments, and preliminary steam field and power plant designs that have been developed by PLN; (ii) to evaluate the financial feasibility of the sub-projects, and to (iii) fully evaluate the social, economic and environmental impacts of the overall Investment Program. The TA is financed by the Australian Government in the amount of $1.725 million and administered by ADB.
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|Geothermal Power Development Project: Technical Assistance Completion Report||May 2015|
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