Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), a think tank based in Jakarta, Indonesia, has been working intensively to promote the acceleration of low carbon energy transition in Indonesia, through evidence-based policy advocacy. IESR also has been contributing significantly to promote energy transition discourse in Indonesia and has been working with national and local governments, associations, and civil society organizations. Since 2022, IESR is supporting the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) in formulating the early coal retirement roadmap and as mandated by the Presidential Regulation 112/2022 and with the agreement of the Ministry of Finance (MoF), and Ministry of State-Owned Enterprise (MSoE). Now, the draft of the regulation is being finalized and might be stipulated at the end of 2023 or early 2024.
With on-grid CFPP being retired naturally retired or early retired, there are opportunities to utilize existing infrastructures for the CFPP (e.g. the substation and transmission infrastructure to evacuate the electricity, the land) to integrate renewable power plants instead. If the feedstocks allow, the CFPP major component could be retrofitted and utilized as biomass power plants instead. To better understand this opportunity, IESR would like to carry out the mapping out of the renewable alternatives for all the on-grid coal fired power plants in Indonesia.
Proposals will be accepted until 22:00 WIB on Monday, December 4, 2023. Proposals received after that date and time will not be accepted. Please submit proposals to IESR’s Energy Transformation Project Manager at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org (Program Officer, IESR). Please include “RFP Response – Mapping Renewables Alternative for On-grid Coal-Fired Power Plants in Indonesia [Company Name]” in the subject line.
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