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CNBC Indonesia | The Fate of New Renewable Energy Amid Indonesia’s Dependence on Coal

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Electricity observer who is also the Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Fabby Tumiwa said that the existence of coal supply constraints shows that Indonesia is still dependent on coal. The portion of the coal mix or coal power plant which reaches 65% of the total generating capacity, there will be an increase in coal demand until 2030

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