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Renewable energy fuelled power generations are not many developed by private
sector in Indonesia. The incentive provided by Indonesia government is not enoughÂ to encourage private sector to develop renewable energy fuelled power generation.Â Credit carbon as an additional revenue from Clean Development Mechanism is utilizedÂ in Ranteballa Hydro Power Plan development. This project contributes to reduce greenÂ effect gas generated in South Sulawesi grid system. This paper describes the calculationÂ of emission reduction generated from the Ranteballa Hydro Power development, andÂ also the evaluation regarding emission carbon produced in the recent five years. BPPTÂ has a role of CDM facilitator in this project development, and has a collaboration withÂ CDM in vestor, Chugoku Electric Power and the owner of the project PT Fajar FuturaÂ Energi Luwu.Â Key words : green house gasses, global warming, hydro power, emission factor, emission
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