Limited availability of information on the wind data, its energy potential, and ambiguous permitting processes and regulation are deemed key challenges in unlocking investment for wind energy power development in Indonesia. ETP provides assistance to identify barriers and assess and develop derisking measures, including collecting area-specific wind-speed data, land, road and grid access, and other risk areas, including the permitting processes and recommended solutions and pre-feasibility study for promising sites. The final report will assess the feasibility and development maturity of wind sites and list various potential sources of funding and the preferred financing mechanism.
The energy sector in Indonesia follows various plans and frameworks established through the National Energy Policy (KEN), the National Energy Plan (RUEN), the National Electricity Plan (RUKN) and the Electricity Business Plan (RUPTL). Despite their interconnected nature, these plans often exhibit misalignments in their content and targets. ETP is assisting the Government of Indonesia to ensure all relevant energy policy frameworks are aligned with each other as well as the NDC and NZE 2060 Roadmap targets.
ETP is supporting the Indonesian State Electricity Company (PLN) by helping to design a modern control center capable of limitless variable renewable energy integration to the grid. In partnership with PLN, ETP prepared multi-disciplinary specifications for the control center equipment, business plan, training and related infrastructure, as well as integration and commissioning strategies for the Main Control Center and its Disaster Recovery Center. This creates a reliable, efficient and economical operation of the Java-Bali electric power system, with a direct impact on 160 million people across Indonesia's most populated Java-Bali island.
ETP is conducting a study on the financial implications of the government's early retirement program of coal-fired power plants. The study reviews the financial sustainability of the energy sector, the macroeconomic implications of the transition, including an impact on the related subsidies, electricity tariff, fiscal conditions, the financial impact on the State Electricity Company (PLN), as well as financing possibilities for investments.
Under this intervention, ETP supports the Indonesian Institute for Energy Economics (IIEE) to train school teachers and students of 24 schools in East Java to build awareness of energy conservation measures. This initiative also brings a competition to schools to win Energy Efficiency and Conservation Awareness Awards on implementation of energy savings.
ETP in cooperation with the Climate Policy Initiative and in partnership with Danfoss aims to deploy a credit guarantee mechanism to demonstrate the bankability of energy efficiency investments in businesses across Indonesia.
Studies for the National Energy Policy and Plan
Studies for the National Medium and Long Term Development Plans (2025-2029/2045)
Integrated Power System Plan to Support National Electricity Plan and Electricity Business Plan
Regulatory Impact Assessment on the Energy Transition
Wind Power Investment Roadmap
Floating Solar Potential Assessment
Solar Irradiance Map in Java
Preparing the Carbon Market Mechanism for State-Owned Enterprises
Energy Service Insurance for De-risking EE Investments Business Plan and Capacity Building
Construction Supervision of the Upgrade of the Main Electricity Control Center
Improving Transparency over the Electricity System Through Control Center Mirroring Facility
Study on Indonesia Super Grid to Enhance RE Penetration
Roadmap of EV Ecosystem Integrated with Battery Industry Supply Chain
Energy Efficiency Measurement and Verification Capacity Building
Energy Transition Finance (incl. PPA design) Capacity Building
Energy transition campaign (targeted to selected regions, young generation, and journalists)
Clean Energy Finance Training