Indonesia Regional Energy Transition TU Delft
Dutch Principal Investigator: Prof. K. Blok, Delft University of Technology
Co-applicants: Dr.ir Jaco Quist, Dr.ir Olivier Hoes
Planned period: 1 October 2020 – 1 October 2023
This research project aims to develop a strategic green energy implementation plan (i.e. wood biomass and small-hydro) for Bali and Kalimantan which ensures regional economic growth for both regions and minimizes carbon emissions and that will be endorsed by a broad group of stakeholders
Regional Development Planning and Ideal Lifestyle of Future Indonesia
By Utilizing Advance Green Energy Technology and Trans/Inter-disciplinary Approaches
Energy is important in supporting economic development. Thus, a reliable, sustainable energy supply must be considered. Indonesian energy policy requires 25 per cent of electricity to be obtained from new renewable energy. Bali, Indonesia’s gateway for tourism, and Kalimantan, the proposed location of Indonesia’s new capital, need a clean, reliable energy supply. Considering geodynamic, geographical, political, and sociocultural constraints in both regions, the study focuses on developing a strategic green energy implementation plan. This is done through co-creation with relevant actors. The implementation plan and pathway will reduce CO2 emissions and ensure regional economic development and resource trading beneficial to both regions.
Technical potential of renewables in Indonesia
Indonesia is a country with huge renewable energy potential, essentially to enable the Net Zero 2060 ambition.
Cooperation for the Indonesia Energy Transition
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Renewable Energy Webinar
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