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    Indonesia to Build Coal Plants Despite $20b Deal on Clean Energy Transition

    Villagers playing volleyball in the Suralaya village with the Suralaya coal power plant in the background in Cilegon city, Banten Province, Indonesia. Ulet Ifansasti / Greenpeace

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    By Hans Nicholas Jong

    • The Indonesian government will still permit the construction of new coal-fired power plants, despite recently signing a $20 billion energy transition financing deal with industrialized countries.
    • The plants are accommodated in the government’s 10-year energy plan and covered by a…

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