If Indonesia can adopt international best practice for renewable energy (RE) planning, procurement, contracting, and risk mitigation, then the financial costs of RE development will decline accordingly. Until now the government has not adequately taken into account the dependency of RE costs on the broader regulatory and commercial environment. The implementation of an appropriate subsidy mechanism should therefore be part of a broader inter ministerial electricity policy reform program. Read the full report by ADB on Renewable Energy Tariffs and Incentives in Indonesia.
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