Development of an Indonesian Technology Catalogue

Indonesia | March 2017 - January 2018

Ea Energy Analyses has supported the Indonesian National Energy Council (NEC) in developing a catalogue on Technology Data for the Indonesian Power Sector, containing descriptions as well as technical and financial data on several relevant power technologies in Indonesia. The project was implemented in close cooperation with the Danish Embassy of Indonesia, the Danish Energy Agency, and the Indonesian Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT)

The project was initiated with a workshop in Jakarta in the beginning of May 2017, where a great number of central stakeholders were present. The participants showed great interest in and agreement upon the relevance of the catalogue.

The data gathered is expected to feed directly in to future analysis done by governmental institutions, utility companies, universities and consultants, including the Indonesian Energy Outlook 2017.

Prior to the workshop, Ea attended and contributed to a Ministerial Business meeting between the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Mrs. Ulla Tørnæs and the Indonesian Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Mr. Ignasius Jonan. Among other things, the meeting announced an interactive wind map of Indonesia and a study of integration of fluctuating energy in power systems written by Ea Energy Analyses, and the Danish Energy Agency.

The framework of the project is that Indonesia and Denmark signed a Memorandum of Understanding on energy in 2015, leading to the initiation of a Government-to-Government Cooperation on Energy. The objective of the cooperation is to assist Indonesian government agencies and relevant stakeholders in developing policies, strategies and solutions to increase the electrification rate of the country and achieve long-terms goals for renewable energy and energy efficiency.

The catalogue was prepared by NEC, BPPT Engineering, and Ea Energy Analyses, in cooperation with the MEMR, PLN, Danish Energy Agency, and the Danish Embassy, and funded under the ESP3 program.