Indonesia’s Pertamina plans to expand its renewable energy capacity and reduce its dependence on oil and gas, according to The Jakarta Post.
The company is targeting 2.3 GW of geothermal capacity, 600 MW of solar, 300 MW of wind and 200 MW of biomass by 2030.
The move is also expected to help prevent the country’s greenhouse gas emissions from increasing.
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