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Electricity energy production in Indonesia is still mostly generated by coal-fired power plants (PLTU) but PLN pledges greener future ahead.
Expert says the challenge of constructing a nuclear power plant in Indonesia is not the lack of technology but the political willingness.
Government claims electrical energy supply is sufficient to meet current demands and pledged not to raise electricity rates for now.
Indonesia will soon have its first floating Solar-Powered Power Plant, and is said to be the largest Solar-Powered Power Plant in Southeast Asia.
Indonesia's state-owned power company PLN has implemented digital breakthrough for 53 power plant units.
State-owned power company PLN signed an agreement with Pertamina Hulu Rokan for the sales and purchase of electricity and steam.
The presidential regulation on tariffs for electricity has many incentives. Transparency is the key to avoiding moral hazard.
The power plants are part of the 35,000 MW mega power project.