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Indonesia wants to develop a $4 billion polysilicon industry, which could pave way for the tropical country to produce more solar panels.
The Indonesian government promises to almost triple the share of renewables in its energy mix in the next three years. That would reverse an investment climate in which fossil fuels saw 3 times more capital than renewable energy between 2016 and 2019.
Indonesia’s oil reserves will run out in about 10 years, assuming no new reserves are discovered. Indonesia actually has alternative energy capacity which is more sustainable, even abundant. Unfortunately, the level of utilization is still very minimal.
The second phase of the Sustainable Energy Access in Eastern Indonesia-Electricity Grid Development Program supports efforts by PLN to expand electricity access and improve service reliability in nine provinces in the outer regions of Kalimantan, Maluku, and Papua.

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