United States-based NuScale Power and ThorCon Power are planning to construct new nuclear power plants (PLTNs) in Indonesia despite the current lack of approval from the Indonesian government.
Bandar Lampung, Lampung (ANTARA) – Currently, the electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem in Indonesia is supported by 48 electric motorbike companies with a production capacity of 1.43 million units per year, Industry Ministry Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita has informed.
Jakarta. Iceland is seeking to partner with Indonesia as the latter tries to harness its largely untapped geothermal potential. Icelandic Ambassador to Indonesia Stefán Haukur Jóhannesson presented Monday his letters of credentials to President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, thus formally starting his ambassadorship in the geothermal-rich country.
Indonesia is set to release its investment plan for the “Just Energy Transition Partnership” (JETP) next month, aiming to ease the costs of decarbonisation for developing countries. The plan will mobilise $20bn through a mix of grants, loans, and private investments, with half of the funds coming from developed economies led by the US and […]
While hydropower is never much featured (or discussed) in Indonesian media, it is actually the biggest source of renewable energy for Indonesians. Based on data from Indonesia’s Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry, the nation’s hydropower-fueled power plants had a total installed capacity of 6,688.9 megawatt (MW) at the end of 2022.
Jakarta (VNA) – Indonesia has secured a 2 billion USD worth of investment commitment in the renewable energy sector at the Indonesian-Europe Business Forum (IEBF) held recently in Jakarta, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Indonesia is competing against countries like Thailand and India to develop its electric vehicle industry, and provide a viable alternative to China, the world’s foremost EV producer. The country hopes its access to raw materials and industrial capacity will allow it to become a competitive base for EV makers and allow it to build up […]
Jakarta. Indonesian coal miners are at risk of losing their jobs as the nation shifts towards clean energy, which involves the early closure of coal mines. A recent Global Energy Monitor report estimates that around 30,000 workers in the coal sector could face potential layoffs from 2020 to 2040.
In a landmark development, PT PLN (Persero) has joined hands with Trina Solar, Sinar Mas, and Agra Surya Energi to establish a joint venture for renewable energy manufacturing. The joint venture agreement marks a pivotal moment in PLN’s transition into the emerging renewable energy sector.