English Version
| Tuesday, 16 January 2018 |
Indonesia Version

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 | 22:08
Pope Expresses Pain and Shame over Church Sex Abuse Scandal Pope Francis expressed his `pain and shame` on Tuesday, Jan.
16, over a sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church in
Tuesday, 16 January 2018 | 21:52
Victims of IDX Floor Collapse Undergo Surgery The administration of victims with no health insurance is
covered by IDX, health agency, and workers social security
insurance (BPJS).
Indonesia Needs Rp2 Quadrillion to Develop Renewable Energy
Indonesian Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Sudirman Said speaks during a session at the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Jakarta (4/21). AP/Achmad Ibrahim
Monday, 27 April, 2015 | 10:30 WIB
Indonesia Needs Rp2 Quadrillion to Develop Renewable Energy

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Sudirman Said said that Indonesia needs Rp2 quadrillion to develop renewable energy in the next 20 years.

"Indonesia was rich with natural resources 20 years ago and in the next 20 years, we need Rp2 quadrillion to develop renewable energy so we can meet the demands of the people,” said the Minister after inaugurating the use of city gas in Jambi on Saturday.

The minister also said that renewable energy includes hydropower, geothermal, solar power, and many others.

Therefore, he said that Indonesia must not depend on the existing fossil energy reserve but we must make the most of renewable energy.

"Indonesia’s natural gas reserve is only 0.2 percent from the global natural gas reserve. We already import oil. We’re also going to import natural gas. So we must not depend on the existing fossil energy reserve, but how to make the most of the renewable energy,” he added.

During the inauguration of the use of city gas in Jambi, Minister Said also said that the city's gas program aims to eliminate the use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and kerosene as energy as their prices are increasingly expensive.

"In the long run, we’re going to eliminate LPG canisters in the cities. However, in the villages, we’re going to do that gradually as we develop renewable energy.




via Facebookvia TEMPO ID


Disclaimer: The views expressed in the comments sections are personal responses that do not represent the editorial policy of tempo.co. Our editorial staff reserves the right to moderate or take down comments that contain harassment, intimidation and discrimination against ethnicity, religion, race, and inter-group relations.