Country:Indonesia
Year:2012 (June 2nd)
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2012 (June 2nd)
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Feed-in tariffs/premiums
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources, Multiple RE Sources, Power, Bioenergy, Hydropower
Policy Sector:Electricity, Multi-sectoral Policy
Size of Plant Targeted:Small, Small and Large
Climate Change Policy Targets:Energy Sector, Distribution/Storage, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable
Agency:Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
URL:http://prokum.esdm.go.id/permen/2012/Permen%20ESDM%2004%202012.pdf
Legal References:Ministerial Regulation No 04/2012
Renewable Energy Description:

Ministerial Regulation No 04/2012 on Electricity Purchase from Small and Medium Scale Renewable Energy and Excess Power introduces new differentiated feed-in tariff levels in Indonesia.

Tariff levels are differentiated depending on the installation type, its location and voltage of grid interconnection.

Following technologies benefit from the scheme: Biomass, biogas, municipal waste and hydropower plants below generation capacity of 10 MW.

The Ministerial Regulation does not specify how long eligible renewable plants will benefit from introduced tariff.  

State electricity company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PT PLN) is obliged to purchase electricity generated from renewable energy installations.

Renewable source

Voltage

Power plant capacity

Feed-in tariff level in Rp/kWh

Territorial bonus (F)

Biomass

medium

< 10 MW

975

Jawa and Bali Region: F = 1;

Sumatera and Sulawesi Region: F = 1.2;

Kalimantan, NTB and NTT Region: F = 1.3;

Maluku and Papua Region: F = 1.5.

low

1.325

Hydropower

medium

656

low

1.004

Municipal solid waste

medium

1.050

Jawa, Bali, and Sumatera region: F = 1;

Kalimantan, Sulawesi, NTB and NTT regions: F = 1.2;

Maluku and Papua region: F = 1.3.

low

1.398

Landfill gas

medium

850

low

1.198

 

 

Climate Change Description:

Ministerial Regulation No 04/2012 on Electricity Purchase from Small and Medium Scale Renewable Energy and Excess Power introduces new differentiated feed-in tariff levels in Indonesia.

Tariff levels are differentiated depending on the installation type, its location and voltage of grid interconnection.

Following technologies benefit from the scheme: Biomass, biogas, municipal waste and hydropower plants below generation capacity of 10 MW.

The Ministerial Regulation does not specify how long eligible renewable plants will benefit from introduced tariff.  

State electricity company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PT PLN) is obliged to purchase electricity generated from renewable energy installations.

Renewable source

Voltage

Power plant capacity

Feed-in tariff level in Rp/kWh

Territorial bonus (F)

Biomass

medium

< 10 MW

975

Jawa and Bali Region: F = 1;

Sumatera and Sulawesi Region: F = 1.2;

Kalimantan, NTB and NTT Region: F = 1.3;

Maluku and Papua Region: F = 1.5.

low

1.325

Hydropower

medium

656

low

1.004

Municipal solid waste

medium

1.050

Jawa, Bali, and Sumatera region: F = 1;

Kalimantan, Sulawesi, NTB and NTT regions: F = 1.2;

Maluku and Papua region: F = 1.3.

low

1.398

Landfill gas

medium

850

low

1.198

 

 

Related policies:Green Energy Policy (Ministerial Decree No. 2/2004)
This record supersedes:Tariffs for Small and Medium Scale Power Generation using Renewable Energy (No. 31/2009)
Related Documents:

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