Since the beginning of 2016, Ea Energy Analyses has been working on several analyses of the Indonesian energy sector.
The focus has been on energy modeling and integration of renewable energy, development of an Indonesian technology catalogue and pre-feasibility study of a biomass power plant project in Java, the fifth largest and most populated island in Indonesia.
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we are working on.
As a part of a consortium with COWI, Viegand Maagøe and the Technical University of Denmark, Ea Energy Analyses is contributing with analyses for projects within five framework..
The 2019 Energy Outlook Reports for the Indonesian provinces of North Sulawesi and Riau concluded that both provinces have a large potential for renewable energy, providing a cost-efficient..
Under the auspices of the ‘Energy Country Program and Project’, the Danish Energy Agency provides technical assistance combined with policy dialogue in promotion of renewable energy, energy efficiency,..
The list of projects below illustrates the types of projects we have been working on.
In this project, Ea Energy Analyses took part in creating an updated technology catalogue for Indonesia by revising the previous Indonesian technology catalogue from 2017. The catalogue contains..
Along with some of the world’s greatest geothermal and hydropower potential, Indonesia possesses abundant resources of solar, wind and bioenergy. However, in the last five years the renewable..
In this project, Ea Energy Analyses has aided DSIF (Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance) in assessing the conversion of an Indonesian power plant from running on coal to running..
Ea Energy Analyses delivered a course on the Balmorel model, together with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), to 25 participants coming from Indonesia, Ethiopia and Egypt. In..
Ea Energy Analyses has developed three Energy Outlook reports covering the Indonesian provinces of North Sulawesi, Gorontalo, South Kalimantan and Riau. Each province is found to have a large potential..
Ea Energy Analyses delivered a four-week course on the Balmorel model, together with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), to 27 participants coming from Indonesia and India. In..
The Danish government has initiated a new stage of ‘government to government’ cooperation with Indonesia on energy and energy efficiency. The objective of the Strategic Sector Cooperation (SSC)..
The Danish government cooperates with Indonesia on energy planning, renewables integration and energy efficiency, in order to assist Indonesia in moving towards a more sustainable future energy system...
As part of the engagement between Denmark and Indonesia under the Strategic Sector Cooperation, the Danish Energy Agency and the National Energy Council chose Lombok as a pilot..
Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme, with the objective to support the Government of Indonesia in reconciling economic growth with sustainable development through improved..
In order to meet rising electricity demand, Indonesia has plans to increase its power generation capacity significantly in the coming years. Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an..
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..
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..
Indonesia has ambitious targets to increase the overall power system capacity and electrification within the country. As part of that ambition, Indonesia has formulated a goal of achieving..
Indonesia is working to develop and strengthen the current system of energy modeling in preparation of scenario analysis for 2050 with the aim of achieving a cost-effective breakthrough..