Indonesia´s need for Renewable Energy
With electricity consumption forecast to more than double by 2025, the energy demand in Indonesia is greater than ever. To boost national power output and control carbon emissions in the expanding power sector, the Indonesian government has introduced a number of measures to diversify supplies and promomote the development of alternative sources of energy. The National Energy Policy, adopted by the House of Representatives in January 2014, foresees renewable sources will meet at least 23% of Indonesia’s energy needs in 2025 and 31% by 2050. The effectively infinitive solar and wind energy is considered one of the most feasible solutions to Indonesia’s fast growing energy need.