Tag: renewables in indonesia

Regulatory environment is the key barrier for renewables in Indonesia: IRENA

Despite being smaller in comparison to other sources of energy, renewable capacity expanded by more than 50% from 6.9 GW in 2010 to 10.6 GW in 2020. This is mostly due to the nearly doubled installed capacity of geothermal and hydropower. Given that it has not yet fully used economies of scale, Indonesia confronts higher renewable generation costs than the world average, particularly for geothermal, solar, and wind energy.

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Indonesia’s Energy Support Measures: Report

As the country has committed to reaching net-zero emissions by 2060, this inventory report of energy support measures in Indonesia explores whether the current fiscal policies are aligned with this goal. The first of its kind, the inventory identifies and quantifies support measures available for various energy types—including coal, oil and gas, renewable energy, biofuels, and electric vehicles—between 2016 and 2020.

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