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Katadata | Coal Dependency Holds Back Indonesia’s Energy Transition

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Then the hydropower energy, the potential which is up to 94.5 GW, but only 6.1 GW has been utilized. In addition, according to research by the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Indonesia’s geothermal energy potential is 29.5 GW, but only 2.3 GW of which has been exploited.

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