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Antara | Jakarta’s “savings” for blue skies

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50 percent of air pollution in DKI Jakarta is contributed by the transportation sector, 30 percent from power plants and the rest is waste. DKI Jakarta has a potential source of electrical energy that relies on solar power, which is estimated to reach 6.8 to 22.9 GWh based on the IESR study in 2020. This shows that there is a potential for reducing carbon emissions from energy generation if it is transitioned to solar power.

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