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House of Representatives (DPR) hoped new and renewable energy bill could be completed this year as targeted.
The New and Renewable Energy Bill must accelerate the endeavor to abandon fossil-based energy sources such as coal.
Bappenas Head Suharso Monoarfa confirmed that his side had completed the master plan for the new capital city construction project.
Pertamina's electric vehicle charging station located in Fatmawati starts operating today, Dec. 10.
Tangerang city administration through its Environment Agency encouraged several industries to use refuse-derived fuel as an alternative to coal.
Former minister Ignasius Jonan predicts that five industries will potentially see exponential growth after the Covid-19 pandemic.
ESDM Ministry estimated the use of B40 products, a mixed fuel of 30 percent biodiesel and 70 percent diesel fuel, would not be ready until mid-2021.
Indef has asked the government to issue derivative regulations of the Omnibus Law that guarantees environmental sustainability.
Former finance minister Chatib Basri said global investors were starting to consider environmental issues in financing.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani stated that the world was facing two biggest challenges that will not only affect the economy, but also the population.
Indonesia is preparing a presidential regulation on renewable energy pricing, in a bid to gain investors' trust in the clean energy sector.
European Union (EU) plans for an environmentally-friendly economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
PLN is in the midst of preparing to exponentially grow supporting facilities for electric vehicles (EV) in 2020.
BPPT partners with Japanese firm Kyuden Mirai Energy Company Incorporated and Awina Sinergy Internasional for renewable energy researches.
House deputy speaker Fadli Zon said that the Industry 4.0 revolution will be nothing without basic infrastructures such as electricity.
All regional governments in Indonesia are urged to encourage community members to use renewable energy sources to meet their electricity needs.
Musi Banyuasin (Muba) Regency in South Sumatra is set to supply biofuel energy as a commitment to support the 35,000 megawatts power project.
Coordinating Minister Luhut said that the government had taken measures to reduce the deficit on the oil and gas sector criticized by Jokowi.
President Joko Widodo or Jokowi expressed his rejection should the country's power plants continuously depend on fossil energy.