Indonesian government finalises new rules for renewable electricity

As per Indonesia’s energy ministry, the government is finalising a draft regulation aimed at simplifying pricing for electricity from renewable sources and to encourage more investment in the sector.

The government aims to have 23 per cent of Indonesia’s energy coming from renewable sources by 2025, up from around 9 per cent in July, but progress developing renewable power projects has been slow. Authorities currently forecast only 2,500 MW of additional renewable power capacity by 2025, while around 10,000 MW are needed between 2019-2025 to reach the energy mix target.


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