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Katadata | This is The Trend in Indonesia’s New Coal-Fired Power Plant Capacity Over The Last 23 Years

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Coal-fired power plants (CFPP) have been built frequently in Indonesia for the past 23 years.

Data from the Global Energy Monitor shows that it was only four years that Indonesia was not recorded as having additional electricity capacity from new CFPPs, namely 2001-2003 and 2005.

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