Renewable Energy Prospects: Indonesia


Along with some of the world’s greatest geothermal and hydropower potential, Indonesia also possesses abundant resources for solar, wind, ocean and bioenergy development. In addition to power generation, these sources could support heating, cooling and transport applications. As this REmap country study shows, Indonesia’s renewable energy target for 2050 could be achieved as soon as 2030, given the right policies and investments starting today. Beyond power generation, energy end-uses require closer attention for the full potential of renewables to be achieved. At the same time, a sustainable supply chain needs to be in place to support the expanding use of modern bioenergy

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