Antara News | Indonesia needs 14 GW renewable energy to reach 2025 target: IESR

Renewable energy’s share in the national energy mix is currently recorded at just 11.2 percent, far below the target of 23 percent, executive director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Fabby Tumiwa, said during an online discussion here on Tuesday. According to Tumiwa, solar energy has the highest potential among other energy sources as the technology could be developed quickly from the smallest household scale to the industrial scale.

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Warta Bromo | Pandemic and Momentum to Create Energy Resilience

In order to support the plan to reduce the impact of climate change due to the increase in greenhouse gases (GHG) as stated in the Paris Agreement, the East Java Provincial Government has formed a regional regulation on the general regional energy plan (RUED). According to Fabby, energy conversion from fossil to renewable is very important. Not only in the context of building national energy security but also as a commitment to reduce carbon emissions to zero emissions by 2050

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Cendana News | IESR : Indonesia Needs 14 Gigawatts of New Renewable Energy

Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) Fabby Tumiwa said Indonesia needs at least 14 gigawatts so that the 23 percent target can be achieved within four years. According to him, of all the technology available in Indonesia, only solar power plants can be developed quickly starting from a small scale by the household sector and large scale developed by the industrial and business sectors.

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