An article by Satria Sambijantoro and Hendarsyah Tarmizi, The Jakarta Post.
The Indonesian Renewable Energy Society (IRES) invited similar organizations from other members of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) to establish a renewable energy forum within the 21-member economies as part of its plan to support the organization’s agreement to set up a renewable energy development initiative.
Rachmat Gobel, IRES chairman said in Nusa Dua, Bali, on Wednesday, that the forum, which would consist of energy related companies, users and consultants, would become the government’s partner in promoting the use of renewable energy in member countries.
The governments would have a reliable partner to explore ways in promoting the use of renewable energy and seek solutions in coping with technology and financing problems, Rachmat said after the closing of a three day conference on clean, renewable and sustainable energy.
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