Indonesia’s Power Generation & Renewable Energy Market Update:


Electricity Demand – Electricity demand has grown at an average of 7.1% per year since the end of the 2000s from 134.6 TWh in 2009 to 202.8 TWh in 2015. 75% Indonesia’s power consumption from Java and Bali islands.

The 35,000 MW Programme – These program aims to add 35 GW of power capacity from 2015 to 2019. The 35,000 MW Programme requires USD 73 Billion of investment in generation, transmission and distribution.

The Sumatera Island PV Project Plant by PT. PLN (Persero) – PT. PLN (Persero) intends to select a Project Sponsor to develop the Sumatera Solar PV Plant Project with total capacity 167.58 MWp. 

PLN’s Power Development Plan 2016-2025 – Additional generation capacity totals 80.5 GW over the period 2016-2025 or an average increase of 8.1 GW per year. More capacity is needed to meet the target of 25% of RE sources in the electricity mix by 2025.

Boosting utilization of Renewable Energy, PT. PLN (Persero) signs PPA with 53 IPPs in 46 scattered locations with total capacity over 400 Mwp (2 August 2017).






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