The Jakarta Post
The combined potential of key renewable technologies in Indonesia stands at a remarkable 400GW. Solar is likely to be the largest driver of this growth, with a maximum viable installed base of 200GW, up from less than 0.2GW today. Wind could provide up to 61GW of potential installed capacity, up from 0.1GW today. Yet to leverage this huge untapped renewable energy potential does come with notable challenges for operators and green energy investors.
BCG’s Alex Dolya and Marko Lackovic took a deeper dive into the renewable landscape here, including what some barriers are and what can be done to tap on this valuable natural resource for the nation.