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Babel’s solar power plant development in ex-tin ore mining area

“There is an investor for the development of the solar power plant in an ex-tin ore mining area,” Bangka Belitung Islands Governor Erzaldi Rosman stated after a meeting with President Director of PT Ffaireness Indonesia Daya (FID) in Pangkalpinang, Wednesday.

Indonesia has 18.2 MW of solar under net metering

Most of Indonesia’s deployed capacity comes from industrial PV systems, at 7.7 MW, while residential PV installations stand at just 5.1 MW. The authorities introduced improved net metering provisions earlier this year.  

Indonesia’s 2020 fuel demand seen down 7 per cent, biofuel consumption set to rise

Total fuel consumption, which includes biofuel, will likely increase to 72.16 million kilolitres in 2021, the data presented to a parliamentary hearing by the ministry’s director general of oil and gas, Tutuka Ariadji, showed

Indonesia’s exploration costs stayed low in past two decades: minister

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia’s exploration costs over the past two decades remained low, constituting one percent of the world-class mining companies’ exploration costs, Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Arifin Tasrif stated while quoting S&P Global Market Intelligence data.

Indonesia says B40 biodiesel programme unlikely to proceed next year

JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia is unlikely to proceed with plans to raise the bio-content of its palm oil-based biodiesel to 40% next year as it struggles to fund the programme, an energy ministry official told parliament on Monday.

Towards achieving 1 million BOPD, 12 BSCFD production targets

Indonesia is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, which also drives up the demand for energy. The country has been a net oil importer since 2003, owing to the high domestic demand for energy and declining national oil production.

Bukit Asam’s coal-gasification project will be loss-maker: Study

A multibillion-dollar and flagship coal gasification project in South Sumatra might do more harm than good for Indonesia’s economy, the latest Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) report has found.

Pertamina, PLN synergize to build energy research center

Jakarta (ANTARA) – State-owned oil company Pertamina has synergized with state-owned electricity company PLN to build an energy research center to foster national energy resilience, independence, and sovereignty.

Indef commends increase in renewable energy’s share in energy mix

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Institute for Development of Economics and Finance (Indef) highlighted the significant increase in the share of renewable energy in the national energy mix during the past three years.

Ministry urging manufacturers to optimize waste management technology

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Industry Ministry is encouraging the manufacturing industry to improve production waste management to help achieve sustainable and environment-friendly national industry development.