Kata Data | The Trend of Renewable Energy Development in Indonesia is Slowing, Threatening NZE Targets

The Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) states that the trend of renewable energy development is slowing, reaching only 0.97 gigawatts (GW) out of the targeted 3.4 GW in the fourth quarter of 2023. If this trend continues, Indonesia is at risk of not achieving its emission peak because the decarbonization of the power sector tends to stagnate, while emissions from the demand sector continue to rise.

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