GeoPower Indonesia & Philippines

Venue: JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta

Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

Event Date/Time: Jun 06, 2012 End Date/Time: Jun 07, 2012
Registration Date: Jun 06, 2012
Early Registration Date: Apr 24, 2012
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The Philippines and Indonesia represent the second and third largest installed bases of geothermal power in the world, yet the region has barely scratched the surface of potential geothermal resources. Indonesia has ambitiously targeted nearly 4GW of new geothermal capacity by 2014, with private sector developers expected to fill around half of this gap. Meanwhile, The Philippines has targeted over 1.4GW of increased capacity as part of its long term renewables plan looking to 2030, with 1,020 MW of new installations expected to come online between 2015-2020.

With numerous projects in the development phase and new tenders yet to be won, there are significant opportunities for geothermal stakeholders to capitalise on these markets. GeoPower Indonesia & Philippines will bring together policy figures with local and international geothermal companies from across the geothermal value chain for two days of networking and solutions, as the industry addresses how to reduce lead times for developing projects, how to leverage the investment to stimulate the growth of the industry, and how to effectively develop, construct and operate a successful plant.

Green Power invite you to join us in Jakarta for the latest edition of the hugely successful Global GeoPower Series. Now in its 4th year, the series has attracted over 1000 international geothermal players from 46 countries, with 33% of attendees of board or director level.

Confirmed Speakers Include

- Bret Mattes, Chief Executive Officer, Star
- Slamet Riadhy, President Director, Pertamina
Geothermal Energy
- Vincent Villegas, Vice President, Business
Development, Energy Development Corporation
- Roger Buendia, President, PNOC Renewables Corp
- Willem van Twembeke, Chief Executive Officer,
Asia, International Power- GDF Suez
- Kevin Beavers, Senior Vice President,
Operations, Aboitiz Power Renewables
- Kerry Parker, Managing Director, Panax
- Bastary Pandji Indra, Director of Public
Private Partnership Development, National
Development Planning Agency of Indonesia
- Mark Miller, Managing Director, Greenearth
- Pradeep Tharakan, Climate Change Specialist,
Energy Division, Asian Development Bank
- Edward McCartin, Senior Development Advisor,
Alterra Power Corporation
- Andrew Amaladoss, Project Director, Tawau
Green Energy
- Paul Heinemann, Vice President, Asia, DEG-
Deutsche Investitions
- Djoni Djulkifli, President Commissioner,
Jabar Rekind Geothermal
- Hernan Darnel Ibrahim, National Energy
Council; Board Member, International
Geothermal Association
- Senior Representative, International Finance
- Senior Representative, Timet

Why Attend GeoPower Indonesia & Philippines?

- Meet and influence key policy figures central
to the growth of the geothermal sector
- The only conference focused specifically on
the second and third largest geothermal
markets: maximise your presence in the
world’s most exciting geothermal region
- Address crucial challenges of streamlining
project development, including land tendering
and PPAs
- Be the first to hear about forthcoming
project opportunities
- Hear developer case studies first hand and
learn from their experiences - what makes a
successful project?
- Make the local and international partnerships
that will consolidate your business’ standing
in Indonesia and the Philippines
- Focus on the factors that will make your
project attractive to investors
- Latest addition to the highly successful
Global Geopower Series


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