Jakarta (ANTARA) – Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Arifin Tasrif inaugurated the Merakes gas field development project, with an investment value of US$1.3 billion, in East Sepinggan, off the coast of East Kalimantan, on Tuesday.
JAKARTA — Indonesia says it will begin retiring coal-fired power plants for good — while still continuing to build more than a hundred new ones, in the latest mixed message from one of the last coal-friendly countries in the world.
The Indonesian government is working on amending the country’s tax law, which will include a new carbon tax scheme aimed at increasing state revenue from several industries.
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM), Arifin Tasrif, on Monday revealed several long-term strategies for achieving the carbon neutral or net-zero emissions target in the energy sector by 2060.
Indonesia’s energy and mineral resources ministry has raised the country’s target to generate electricity from new and renewable energy (EBT) from 30pc to 48pc, which includes co-firing coal with biomass.
PT Geo Dipa Energi (Persero) has signed two agreements, together with the World Bank and PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero) (SMI), on May 31, 2021. The agreement is a Project Agreement between Geo Dipa and the World Bank, as well as a Subsidiary Agreement between Geo Dipa and SMI. We previously reported on the funding having […]
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian Embassy in Oslo has partnered with the International Center for Hydropower to offer capacity building training from Norway to Indonesian professionals in the hydropower sector.
Indonesia aims to increase the proportion of renewable power in its 2021-2030 national electricity plan to at least 48%, from 30% in the 2019-2028 plan, a senior energy ministry official said on Friday.
COP26 president designate Alok Sharma has been on a three-day visit to Indonesia, as part of a tour of Southeast Asian countries, to discuss how the country can achieve net zero emissions and transition from coal power to renewable energy.
Indonesia’s latest climate ambitions have been welcomed by experts. But work lies ahead to clean up the country’s murky renewables policy environment and remedy shortcomings in its energy plans.