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Indonesia plans to increase the share of renewable energy in its energy mix through several strategies.
The New and Renewable Energy Bill must accelerate the endeavor to abandon fossil-based energy sources such as coal.
State-owned energy company Pertamina booked US$1 billion net profit in 2020, the equivalent of Rp14 trillion.
Indonesia has long had plans to build nuclear power stations.
Pertamina CEO says gasification can utilize coal and turn it into alternative energy.
Indonesia needs to groom almost 3,000 personnel in the nuclear science and technology field to realize the Indonesia onward goal, says minister.
Indef has asked the government to issue derivative regulations of the Omnibus Law that guarantees environmental sustainability.
The presidential regulation on tariffs for electricity has many incentives. Transparency is the key to avoiding moral hazard.
The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry allows private enterprises to build electric vehicle recharging infrastructures.
European battery makers are gearing up to take advantage of massive "green" stimulus packages unveiled since the coronavirus pandemic.
Luhut Pandjaitan inaugurated a waste management facility using a refuse-derived fuel (RDF) system in Cilacap, Central Java, today, July 21.
The government will inject Rp2.78tn to the Oil Palm Plantation Fund Management Agency for B30 project. Most of these funds will go to large companies.
Starting this week, all employees in the Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry building are getting rapid tests for Covid-19.
Govt should review the prices of industrial fuels, electricity and gas for businesses given the huge impact of the COVID-19, says Apindo.
The main cause of the drop in the coal business is the further decrease in coal reference price to USD 61.11 per ton.
The construction of waste-to-energy power plants in 12 cities has the potential to cause losses for the government and PLN.
Jokowi has invited Australia to cooperate in developing renewable energy and work hand-in-hand in conserving the environment.
Slovenia became the latest country on Tuesday, January 14, to declare a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
Energy Ministry's Directorate General of Oil and Gas has decided to cut back on Pertamina's crude oil import quota for 8,000 barrels per day.
The Solar Power Plant (PLTS) in Cirata Reservoir is claimed to be the largest PLTS in Southeast Asia with investment value of IDR 1.8 billion.