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Enabling High Share of Renewable Energy in Indonesia’s Power System by 2030 Alternative electricity development plan compatible with 1.5°C Paris Agreement

This study aims to provide a methodology and projections of a higher renewable energy penetration to Indonesia’s power system. Renewable energy sources used as candidate power plants in this study were solar, wind, and biomass while for the geothermal and hydro power plants only consider the development of the ones that are already in the current RUPTL pipeline.

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Solar PV Pipeline Project Mapping in Indonesia

The results of this study indicate that the use of Solar PV in Indonesia has the potential to get out of the megawatt trap. Instead of being trapped in insignificant growth, the pipeline project shows that the demand for PLTS to supply energy in Indonesia is very high and has managed to reach the order of gigawatts.

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Climate Transparency Report 2022

This Summary Report is part of the Climate Transparency Report 2022. We also unpack Indonesia’s progress and highlight key opportunities to enhance climate action across adaptation, mitigation, and finance

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Indonesia Solar Energy Outlook 2023

ISEO 2023 provides an update on the progress of solar PV as the primary energy source in Indonesia’s energy transition, as well as its challenges and market opportunities. We hope this report can become a primary reference for policymakers, regulators, financiers, and the public to get insight into solar PV development in Indonesia. Let’s make solar PV a driving force in Indonesia’s energy transition!

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Indonesia Sustainable Finance Outlook (ISFO) 2023

The Indonesia Sustainable Finance Outlook (ISFO) 2023 is the Institute for Essential Services Reform’s (IESR) newest flagship research. It provides a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of sustainable financing in Indonesia, with a focus on the energy sector.

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Financing Indonesia’s coal phase-out

A just and accelerated retirement pathway to net-zero.
This research uses a structured methodology to develop a feasible plan and associated financing needs for retiring Indonesia’s coal-fired power plant fleet in support of national 2050 net-zero emissions and the global 1.5ºC target.

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