Putrajaya, Malaysia: Official signing of agreement to develop a high-speed hydrogen-powered multi-purpose rail network between Jakarta and Ceribon seaport, Indonesia.
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Bandung, Indonesia: Governor Danny Setiawan of West Java Province signed an important economic development program with Caedz on June 7. The program is part of the Project Indonesia Initiative. The Initiative will involve the construction of the largest economic corridor development in the world based on clean, green, and renewable infrastructure. The economic corridor development will serve not only to combat human-induced global warming by improving the environment and legislating ecologically-and-socially-balanced practices but also construct badly needed infrastructure and creating thousands of jobs. The corridor stretches more than 180 km long covering four regencies, including Greater Bandung, Sumedang, Majalengka and Cirebon.
The hub of this economic corridor will be located at the new township of Kertajati Aero City, the first teleport economic zone city in Southeast Asia. The international airport in the provincial capital of Bandung will be relocated to Kertajati Aero City and 5 separate toll highway based on zero-emission-infrastructure running parallel from Bandung to Cirebon passing through Kertajati will also be constructed. The Cirebon Seaport Harbor will also be expanded and upgraded and a bullet train system has been planned as part of the corridor transportation system. The entire economic corridor development is projected to cost over US$100 billion and will be funded entirely by private investment.www.klik-galamedia.com
Caedz has been commissioned by the Indonesian Authority to develop an economic plan based on implementing the President's Vision for Change. This plan will be called Project Indonesia Initiative and West Java Province is chosen to implement the program. As part of this program, solutions to the epidemic municipal waste problem and critically energy shortage throughout Indonesia will be addressed immediately. The Leuwigajah Landfill in Cimahi, a suburb of Bandung will be its first project under the Initiative.
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A RM50 billion International Health City (IHC) will be built in Johor by middle of 2006, the first of its kind in South-East Asia. The large-scale project will be developed by a multinational consortium known as Nusantara Eco Trust Group (NET) comprising several Malaysian and foreign-based companies. Among those in the consortium are AJM Planning Urban Design Group, Core Competencies Sdn Bhd, IBS Technology Sdn Bhd, Ridaa Associates Sdn Bhd, Sigma Olio Sdn Bhd, PT CRN International and PT Putrabakti Energy. In a statement, the consortium said it plans to host more than 100 companies focused on developing and promoting biotechnology, healthcare and eco-tourism.
About 4,000ha will be acquired for the eco-synesis urban city development project in the south of Johor. This eco-city will be a major player in the regional health and eco-tourism scenario. Together with the country’s current reputation for providing the region’s most competitive priced healthcare, the eco-city is expected to attract many eco-tourists, it said.
NET said being an intelligent city, it will use the latest technologies and advances in information, computer, telecommunications and directly linked to 30 other eco-urban cities around the world. It said the eco-city will also function as a regional centre for clinical medicine, medical and health research, and higher learning institutions plus research and development initiatives in fields such as biotechnology and stem cell research. NET has appointed CAEDZ LLC, a Silicon Valley-based conglomerate to assist in the planning, building and financing of the IHC project.
The company is involved in the construction of 30 of the 300 eco-synesis urban cities worldwide envisioned and planned by the United Nations. As part of its commitment to help build eco synesis development in the South-East Asia region, CAEDZ has signed a memorandum of understanding with Limkokwing University to establish the region’s first centre for Eco Urban Research.