INDONESIA

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27.10.2020 , Dr. Abidah B Setyowati

Indonesia: Rich renewable resources, slow uptake

Indonesia is blessed with considerable potential for renewable energy generation, but so far has been slow to grasp it.

The transition is taking place, but more support is needed.

As an archipelagic country located on top of a ring of active volcanoes that hug...

13.09.2019 , Aloysius Damar Pranadi and Nadhilah Shani

Indonesian solar lessons from Vietnam

During the recent Jakarta Car Free Day on 28 July, Indonesia’s Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Ignasius Jonan, led a campaign called the...

22.03.2017 , On the occasion of World Water Day 2017

Group Washing Facilities: an efficient way to fight against bad sanitation

GIZ and UNICEF published a collection of exemplary designs for group handwashing facilities in schools entitled “Scaling up Group Handwashing in...

05.04.2016 , Asian Development Bank

Achieving Universal Electricity Access in Indonesia

Indonesia has achieved an impressive 84% electrification ratio, but faces significant challenges in reaching the remaining 16% of its households.Thi...
Fossil fuel subsidies are a prominent feature of many Asian economies, however they contribute to fiscal imbalances in many countries and restrict...
In a recently published report supported by The Rockefeller Foundation, Accenture Development Partnerships assessed the suitability of off-grid energy...

Country News

On Indonesia’s remote Sumba Island, poorer households can pay for solar home systems with goods or...

The objective of this deployment is to provide 20,700 people from a large fishermen community with...

The second phase of the Sustainable Energy Access in Eastern Indonesia-Electricity Grid Development...

New Energy Nexus aims to assist 10 to 15 companies – from the seed to the series A stages – in...

It is expected to cost over US$1 billion annually, but will help generate more than 20,000 jobs in...

The Indonesian government has announced plans to install rooftop solar panels on at least 800 public...

The total electricity produced from rooftop solar panels increased to around 4.92 megawatt as of...

The Indonesian government plans to install rooftop solar panels on at least 800 public buildings...

The feed-in tariffs will be divided into two stages. The first will offer renewable power plant...

The new provisions increase the size of systems eligible for net metering payments and reduce fees...

Both countries used feed-in tariffs – a policy tool whereby the buyer agrees to purchase renewable...

The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry has introduced regulations on licensing of rooftop solar...