|Policy status:||In Force|
|Policy Type:||Policy Support>Strategic planning, Regulatory Instruments>Other mandatory requirements|
|Policy Target:||Multi-Sectoral Policy|
|Agency:||Ministry of Energy, President of Indonesia|
Indonesia’s National Master Plan for Energy Conservation (RIKEN) sets a goal of decreasing energy intensity by 1% annually until 2025. In order to reach this goal, energy savings potentials have been identified as follows: industry – 15-30%, commercial buildings – 25%, households – 10-30%. Once these potentials were established, a plan was formulated to achieve them; the plan includes fiscal incentives (tax deductions and soft loans) together with other instruments such as training and educational programs as well as energy audits.
As of late 2014, a draft version of the RIKEN is awaiting approval. In the current draft master plan, Indonesia aims to reach energy savings of 17% in the final consumption of the following sectors by 2025:
Furthermore, Indonesia is targeting a 1% energy savings in the transformation sector by 2025 with the following:
The energy savings target of 17% is based on a business-as-usual scenario with an average annual growth of energy demand of 7.1% per year. In addition, there is a target to decrease energy intensity by 1% each year and also to improve energy elasticity.
|25 Energy Efficiency Recommendations Applied:||Cross-sectoral|
|Related policies:||Energy Law No. 30/2007 , Presidential Regulation on National Energy Policy (No. 5/2006) , Presidential Instruction on Water and Energy Savings (10/2005; 2/2008; 13/2011)|
Last modified: Fri, 20 Mar 2015 14:57:26 CET