latest up 09/2021

Nuclear Power

Indonesia has a greater depth of experience and infrastructure in nuclear technology than any other country in Southeast Asia. A 10 MWe experimental nuclear power reactor is planned to be built at Serpong, near Jakarta. Conceptual design has been completed by Russia.

Hydro Power

Indonesia’s technical hydropower potential is estimated at around 75,000 MW, with untapped resources concentrated on the islands of Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi. Total energy demand in Indonesia is expected to increase by 8.7 percent each year up to 2024.

Wind Power

The approximate wind power potential in Indonesia is estimated at around 9 500 MW. However, Indonesia is lagging behind its potential, with an installed capacity of around 1.2 MW. A database with the wind energy potential of each region is available from the National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN

Solar Power

Indonesia has the potential to generate 207 gigawatts (GW) of solar power, but only around 0.09 GW or less than 0.1 percent has been utilized. The National Energy Policy (KEN) aims to increase solar power generation to 6.5 GW in 2025 and 45 GW in 2050.

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