ESC’s environmental experts – Rafeldy Noviar, Atep Hermawan, and Dea Amelia – embarked on a 20-day expedition aboard a vessel along the Indonesian territorial water to assess the current state of coastal and marine environmental conditions before construction begins for the proposed development of a 3.2 GW solar farm.
Once completed, the project will position Australia as a leader in decarbonising the Indo-Pacific region. Since 2020, ESC has been working closely with Sun Cable and regulatory authorities in Indonesia to develop the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental & Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) to secure regulatory approval for the construction and operation of the project.
With its vast experience in gaining regulatory approval for green energy projects across Asia, ESC is helping Sun Cable stay on track to begin the construction of AAPL in 2024. The essential work ESC is doing contributes to accelerating the shift toward the use of renewable energy sources.
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