Katadata | Coal Demand for Coal Power Plant Continues to Increase, Reaching 130 Million per Year

Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Service Reform (IESR) Fabby Tumiwa, assessed that the need for coal supply for the coal power plant owned by the State Electricity Company is expected to continue to soar. Even in 2024, it is projected that the figure can reach 131 million tons per year. Currently, around 65 percent of Indonesia’s electricity supply still relies on coal. Thus, the need for black gold supply in the future will continue to increase if it is not anticipated immediately

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Koran Jakarta | Government Don’t Be Passive in Energy Transition

The Executive Director of the Institute for Essential and Service Reform (IESR), Fabby Tumiwa, said that international support was primarily needed for the transfer of clean energy technology and investment in the production side of technology to accelerate the energy transition. In addition, for early retirement funding for Coal Power Plants  with the Energy Transition Mechanism (ETM) scheme which targets the early retirement of PLTU of 9.2 GW in the next 10 years

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