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W Java to explore eleven geothermal spots

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The West Java provincial administration plans to conduct geothermal explorations in 11 points in West Java, Governor Ahmad Heryawan said.

The provincial administration was now conducting a preliminary survey at the11 locations.

Heryawan said the potential of the 11 points exploration of the geothermal energy were quite large.

As a first step, now the West Java provincial administration was currently conducting the geothermal pre-exploration at three points, namely in Papadayan, Cermai and Gede Pangrango mountains.

"For the mining working area at the three points will soon be tendered," the Governor said.

According to him, the provincial administration is waiting for a license from the ministry of energy and mineral resources (EMR) to conduct the pre-exploration at the three points of that geothermal energy.

"But the latest, we will conduct a geothermal preliminary survey at the eleven points," the governor Heryawan noted.

For the plan to make regional regulations on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Heryawan confirmed that the provincial administration planed to make the regulation.

According to him, the law-making process of CSR is still in the form of an academic paper.

It is planned that, through the regional regulations, the provincial administration would become a facilitator to coordinate among regions.

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