Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Indonesia: Government Expects 22% Renewable Energy Use by 2025

Indonesia revises upward target of renewable energy usage (Global Times)


The Indonesian government has set a higher target of renewable energy usage in a bid to expand the use of clean and sustainable energy. 

Indonesian Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan said Wednesday that the government expected a 22-percent usage of renewable energy by 2025, higher than the initial expectation of 19.6 percent. 

Indonesia has a huge amount of resources for renewable energy, including hydro, geothermal, crude palm oil, wind among others.