Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme (ESP), where the third phase ran from 2013 to 2017. The overarching objective of ESP3 is to support the Indonesian government in simultaneously achieving economic growth and improved environmental management.
In order to meet the country’s rising electricity demand, Indonesia has plans to increase its power generation capacity significantly in the coming years. The objective is to develop the energy sector in a cost-efficient manner and at the same time achieve the country’s envisioned renewable energy goals. In this regard, Indonesia is working to develop and strengthen the current system of energy modelling, and to prepare a scenario analysis for 2050.
During 2016, Ea delivered expert knowledge in modelling power systems using the Balmorel and BalmorelLite models, with the aim of developing energy modelling skills in the Indonesian administration. Following this engagement, Ea assisted Indonesia with several 2050 energy scenarios that were based on updated demand-side models. The scenarios were made in close cooperation with the NEC modelling team and the Danish Energy Agency.
Additionally, Ea provided:
The project ran from May to December 2017. The report can be found on this page.