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Indonesian firm in tie-up to build country's first tidal power project

Declining costs of renewable electricity and new push by Jakarta to develop renewables are changing picture

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A well-connected Indonesian marine renewable energy company and OpenHydro, a unit of French state-owned naval defence company DCNS, aim to be the first to plug into the vast untapped tidal energy potential of the world's biggest archipelago.

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A WELL-CONNECTED Indonesian marine renewable energy company and OpenHydro, a unit of French state-owned naval defence company DCNS, aim to be the first to plug into the vast untapped tidal energy potential of the world's biggest archipelago.

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