インドネシアにおける再生可能エネルギー導入:2025年までに23%実現可能とエネ鉱省大臣は言及(Wednesday, October 4, 2017)

  • 2017.10.06 Friday
  • 11:16

BT Development Strategy: The Price Must Be Affordable and the Target Is Achieved
  Wednesday, October 4, 2017

 

JAKARTA - Directorate General of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (DG EBTKE) of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) notes that the total potential of renewable energy (EBT) in Indonesia currently reaches 441.7 GW. From that figure, 2% or 8.8 GW is the installed capacity of EBT power plants operating until 2017.

On various occasions, the Government stated that the development of electricity infrastructure including those originating from EBT, is a priority in order to provide electricity for the people equally at affordable prices.


Incoming investment is expected to be followed by an economical selling price, resulting in an affordable electricity tariff for the community. At the same time, EBT mix targets should also be achieved. "As long as the tariff suits us, the government is very encouraged that we can achieve the 23% energy mix target by 2025, including in electricity and in transportation," said ESDM Minister during a review of the Sidrap 75 MW Bayu Power Plant (30 / 9), which is planned to start operating in the first quarter of 2018.


In achieving the 23% EBT target by 2025, the Government has developed various strategies. In the geothermal field, for example, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources has stipulated Regulation No. 36 on Preliminary Assignment Preparation (PSP) and Assignment of Preliminary Surveys and Exploration (PSPE)


Through this Introduction and Exploration Survey (PSPE) Assignment mechanism, the Government may assign the Business Entity to conduct geological, geochemical, geophysical and / or integrated evaluation activities up to the drilling of the exploration wells to obtain information on Geothermal reserves estimates.


The existence of the PSPE mechanism will help potential geothermal investors to ensure geothermal reserves, obtain more comprehensive economic value calculations, future risk-for-future mitigation, and greater opportunities for project finance by delivering more bankable data and information.


In addition, several other breakthroughs that have been made to increase investment in the geothermal field are:
1. Assignment to SOEs, based on Law No. 21 of 2014 on Geothermal;
2. Fiscal incentives, such as tax allowance and tax holiday, as well as non-fiscal incentives;
3. Simplification of licensing, among others One Stop Integrated Licensing (PTSP) at BKPM, time cuts and types of licensing;
4. Exploration drilling by the Government and Geothermal Fund; and
5. Auction of Geothermal Working Areas in Eastern Indonesia. (AI)

 

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