ILUSTRASI. Workers install solar panels for PV Rooftops at the PLN Bali Group. KONTAN/Baihaki/4/7/2022
Sumber: Reuters | Editor: Thomas Hadiwinata
KONTAN.CO.ID - JAKARTA, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Indonesia has issued a regulation to encourage renewable energy use in one of the world's biggest carbon emitters, including a plan to retire some coal plants early, a presidential decree said.
The world's largest exporter of coal aims to increase the proportion of renewables in its energy mix to 23% by 2025, but has only reached around 12% so far. Coal currently powers around 60% of the country's electricity needs.
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