October 1, 2013
The new quest in the renewable market is global enterprise dynamic and evolving. The work of renewable enterprise is predictive on size, population but need for power solutions under time tables of politics and policies. The focus of “Indonesia to boost renewable energy technology cooperation” is driving opportunities to define a nation’s energy mix.
Indonesia is called, the Republic of Indonesia and its capital is Jakarta. Indonesia is a “sovereign state in Southeast Asia, Oceania and an archipelago comprising approximately 17,508 islands. The government is structured as Presidential system, Constitutional republic. with a reported by the World Bank.
The importance of energy and power solutions coupled by technology are to meet the population of 246.9 million (2012) (World bank) with a Gross domestic product of 878 billion USD (2012) with a changing population growth rate of 1.2% (2012)per annum.
Antara News reported “Marzan A Iskandar of the Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT) said, “Indonesia has big renewable energy potential. What remains to be done is to combine it with command of technology.” The government has established renewable energy targets of 17 percent by 2025 by Presidential Regulation No. 5/2006 .
Many nations have untapped resources under utilized and often exported. The is a correlation on energy and technological growth which nations seek to manage their demands. Indonesia has life expectancy of 69.32 years reported in 2011 and power solutions are required to manage this effect.
Iskandar stated, “Indonesia had big geothermal energy potential as a source of renewable energy, reaching 29 thousand megawatts. Of the potential, only about 1,343 megawatts have been exploited,” he pointed out. Geothermal is viewed to be one of the solutions to overcome Indonesia`s need for energy because it has a stable capacity for a time span of 20 to 30 years. He predicted that there would be an increase by at least five percent in the development of renewable energy up to 2025.
The work of energy development is a mix of policy, process and investment to guide and shape power and technology solutions to respond to demand for secure opportunities to advance infrastructure and socioeconomic development.