Indonesia International Convention & Exhibition (IIGCE) Photo Competition 2016

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Application Deadline: August 5th 2016

The growing interest in geothermal energy, its importance in future energy supply and the need to accelerate its development make it very compelling to host a comprehensive industry forum which promotes and advances broader collaboration and innovation amongst geothermal’s stakeholders. To meet this objective, INAGA’s Annual Scientific Convention will host The 4th Indonesia International Geothermal Convention and Exhibition (IIGCE) 2016, to be held from 10 – 12 August 2016 at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC).

Theme of Photo Competition IIGCE 2016 : “Innovative Breakthrough to Achieve 7000 MW Geothermal Development by 2025”
Regulation & Submission
1. The competition is open for three categories: Journalist (please attach media ID card),
public (please attach ID card (KTP), and student (please attach student card).
2. Category as follow– Landscape, Human & Natural Resources and Geothermal
Exploration & Production.
3. Each participant may submit up to three photographs for each category. Each image
must have a title and location of which it was taken.
4. Entries may be submitted by email to
and shall include Photo Competition Registration Form.
5. Photographs must be in digital format. No print or film submissions will be accepted for entry into this competition.
6. All digital files must be 1 MB or bigger, must be in JPEG or JPG format, and must be at
least 300dpi.
7. Photographs should be a minimum of 2,500 pixels wide (horizontally) or a minimum of 2,500 (vertical), by a pixel/ inches ratio of 300.
8. Photographs must have been taken within one (1) year before the date of entry and
may nor have previously won any award in any other competition.
Submission Deadline– August 5th, 2016
Winning photographs will be displayed during IIGCE event from August 10th-12st, 2016
at Jakarta Convention Center
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