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Indonesia, Hungary step up renewable energy cooperation

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo received Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban as well as dozens of business delegates at a reception party held at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta on Monday, during which Indonesia welcomed an investment plan from a Hungarian company to build a solar power plant in Central Tapanuli, North Sumatra.

The two countries expressed a commitment to boost bilateral cooperation amid Indonesia’s ambitious target of 23 percent of total power provided by renewable sources by 2025. Currently, only 6 percent of the nation’s energy comes from renewable sources. 

Bringing renewable energy  to life in Indonesia: Solar  and beyond

The cost of solar modules was originally very high back in the 1970s, US$76 Watts-peak (wp), but they have become much more affordable quite recently (less than $0.50/wp in 2015) thanks to several decades of research and development. 

While upfront costs tend to be relatively high for a solar system, the levelized cost of electricity of utility-scale solar power plants ($0.13/kWh by 2020) is rapidly approaching that of conventional coal-fired power plants ($0.10/kWh, according to the US Energy Information Administration). 

Govt to sign clean energy contract worth R47 trillion

Nusa Dua, Bali (ANTARA News) - The Indonesian government has signed several agreements with investors to develop clean and renewable energy projects worth Rp47.2 trillion.

Energy and Mineral Resources Minister, Sudirman Said told the press on the sidelines of the Bali Clean Energy Forum (BCEF) on Thursday that the projects included a geothermal power plant with a capacity of 765.5 megawatt (MW), a solar power plant with a capacity of 150 MW, and liquid natural gas receiving terminal, with a capacity of 125,000 cubic meters, which will create 18,300 jobs.

Renewable Energy Market Assessment Report: Indonesia

Existing Renewable Energy Market 
Today, renewable energy accounts for a small but growing portion of Indonesia’s electricity portfolio. Most renewable energy comes from the hydropower and geothermal industries, but growth in other sectors is likely. Presidential Decree No. 5 mandates an increase in renewable energy production from 7 percent to 15 percent of generating capacity by 2025. To accomplish that goal, 6.7 GW of new renewable energy capacity must be installed in the next 15 years based on current growth projections.7 Geothermal and biomass have been slated for the most growth, but opportunities exist in every renewable energy technology.

West Sumatra Solar Power Plants (SPP) Target DEVELOPMENT UNIT 3000

Between the news, 6 November 2011

West Sumatra government targeting of 1000 units solar power plants (SPP) on a small scale in the province in the implementation of the medium-term regional development plan (2011-2015). Local Government target in 2013 is to build 600 SPP.  In 2014, they increase SPP into 700 and in 2015 hopefuly it will reach 1000 Solar power plant. Besides the development of SPP, West Sumatra provincial government is also targeting the construction and rehabilitation of micro-hydro power plant or the power of the river as much as two units annually.

TEKNOLOGI BIOGAS: Aplikasi Proyek Di Jatim Terbesar Se-Indonesia

MALANG -- Penerapan teknologi biogas sebagai sumber energi terbarukan di Jawa Timur saat ini mencapai 5.000 unit atau terbesar dari total 8.000 unit di seluruh Indonesia.

 Hari ini (Rabu, 6/2/2013) Nestle Indonesia meresmikan kubah biogas ke-5.000 yang dibangun untuk peternak sapi perah anggota koperasi mitra Nestle Indonesia di salah satu rumah peternak di Pujon, Malang, Jawa Timur.

Sea, Alternative Energy Sources

Seputar  Indonesia, 26 September 2011

There is a huge demand of electricity outside java According to the Member of National Energy Board , Indonesia will have a lot of energy that could be used to fulfill the needs of energy national scale, one of them  is the potential of renewable energy from the sea. There are 3 potential sea area could be developed in Indonesia, ocean thermal energy, ocean waves and ocean currents. Total national marine resources reach 727,000 Mw. if calculated based on the profit , marine energy use in several areas will be more efficient and cheaper than the use of oil or coal.

Renewable Energy, Real Solutions for Indonesia

Greenpeace Organisation, June 28, 2012

Geothermal potential in Indonesia is approximately 29 000 Gw.  Hydropower is estimated at 75,000 Mw. Since January 2009, the Village of Cinta Mekar, Subang, West Java, build and manage micro-hydro power plants of 120 Kw. Moreover, until recently, Kasepuhan Ciptagelar, Banten Kidul, West Java, has 9 pieces of pikohidro and micro hydropower plant (25 KW micro hydro-power, 500-watt powered pikohidro). And Mansinam island, West Papua, with Greenpeace and local community build solar power plants and wind plants for 1 Kw for lighting for the community

Program Listrik 10 Ribu MW Pakai Energi Terbarukan

INILAH.COM, Jakarta - PT PLN menyebutkan, saat ini pihaknya telah melakukan pengembangan proyek pembangkit listrik 10.000 mega watt (MW) tahap dua (Fast Track Program-2/FTP-2) sebagai wujud rasio elektrifikasi nasional.

FTP-2 ini akan dikerjakan dengan mengutamakan energi baru dan terbarukan (EBT) sebagai konsumsi bahan bakar PLN. Direktur Konstruksi PLN, Nasri Sebayang meyampaikan, pengembangan proyek ini antara lain bakal mengembangkan PLTA sebesar 1.753 MW, PLTP 4.925 MW, PLTU 3.025 MW, PLTG 280 MW, dan PLTGB 64 MW.

Prioritaskan Panas Bumi dalam Pengembangan Energi

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com — Pengembangan energi terbarukan mesti menjadi prioritas pengelolaan energi nasional. Hal ini seiring perkembangan ekonomi, kebutuhan listrik Indonesia yang meningkat pesat rata-rata lebih dari 7 persen per tahun, dan sebagian besar dipasok dari sumber energi fosil yang makin terbatas.  

Direktur Konservasi WWF Indonesia Nazir Foead menyampaikan hal itu dalam siaran pers pada acara peluncuran Laporan WWF Indonesia berjudul "Menyalakan Cincin Api: Sebuah Visi Membangun Potensi Panas Bumi Indonesia", Kamis (5/7/2012) di Jakarta.

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