Areas of cooperation
- Long term energy planning
- Integration of renewable energy into the electricity grid
- Energy efficiency
- Cooperation with local provinces about renewable energy mapping and analysis of socio economic effects
- Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP)
Indonesia’s energy transition - and how Danish experiences can contribute
Indonesia is experiencing economic growth, creating a new and higher demand for energy. Fulfilling the energy demand in a sustainable manner requires tapping into the renewable energy potential of Indonesia. Indonesia is home to plentiful renewable energy sources. As such, there is not a technical limitation to meet the power demand towards 2025 and onwards based on an increasing share of renewable energy. The Danish expertise lies in providing input on efficient transition measures based on best-practice examples from Denmark’s energy transition.
Cooperation between Danish and Indonesian authorities
The current phase of the programme runs until 2025. It is supported by the Danish Embassy in Jakarta helping the day to day work and dialogue with Indonesian partner institutions. Working with our partners across the Indonesian government allows for both horizontal and vertical dialogue and cooperation. Indonesian partners of the programme include the Ministry of Energy, Minerals and Resources; National Energy Council (NEC); The State Electricity Company (PLN) and Regional energy planning offices (Dinas ESDM).