In this short article, Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) as lead structuring banks, and Latham & Watkins (L&W) as international legal counsel to the lenders, present an overview of the project financing of the Sarulla geothermal energy project in Indonesia and describe some of its notable functions. By Jackie B Surtani, Lazeena Rahman and Don Purka of Asian Development Bank, Yuichiro Robert Yoi of Japan Bank for International Cooperation, and Joseph Bevash, Clarinda Tjia-Dharmadi and Andrew Roche of Latham & Watkins.
The attendees listened to Roger Price tag from Innovation Capital talk about their investee company Windlab Systems and how it has changed from a technologies provider into an international wind farm developer. Importantly Roger also explained how VCs invest in men and women and businesses and that technology is just an enabling element. Wind farms appear unsightly, usually spoiling places of all-natural beauty. They can also be noisy and disruptive in other strategies.
The fundamental drivers of cleantech are unchanged, despite the delay in some of the carbon connected schemes. It for that reason feels just a matter of time till the efficiency of the listed cleantech sector reflects this promise. And perhaps there won’t be a ‘silver bullet’ that solves everything, but a series of incremental improvements that result in enough cost savings. We can hope, anyway.
On April 24 this year, OMDC unilaterally rescinded its operating contract with PGMC, citing violations of environmental laws, particularly excessive extraction of minerals. OMDC then reassigned its operating partnership rights to a newly formed corporate entity, the CitiNickel group. With a current launch of what continues to be the world’s largest tidal power plant, the country is also a leader in wave hydropower – creating enough power for roughly 1,000 properties.
Just appear at the sloppy workmanship on the CHOO CHOO project and on the new right lane of H1 in between Pearl City & Waipahu exit. It is like a washboard and had holes in the concrete road surface about a month following the lane was opened. Holes are now being patched with asphalt. Senator Kidani has been notified. The Sydney Cleantech Network will hold events each couple of months. If you would like to be informed of future events or are interested in pitching please email scn@.