The 2016-2025 Electricity Supply Plan (Rencana Umum Penyediaan Tenaga Listrik – “RUPTL”) has been set up by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Reousrces (MEMR) addresses demand forecasts, future expansion plans and electricity production forecasts, fuel requirements, etc.
Targets include a Fast Track Programme in terms of 35GW additional capacity between 2015 and 2019:
- RUPTL to install 80.5 GW total additional capacity between 2015 and 2025. 18.2GW will be constructed by State Electricity Company (PLN), 45.7GW by Independent Power Producers (IPPs) and 16.6 GW stays un-allocated.
- The RUPTL also plans for the 23% share from renewables (including Hydro, Geothermal and Solar resources) as set out by the 2014 National Energy Policy (NEP).
Indonesia plans to expand its generation capacity by 45% over the next decade. The private sector will contribute 57% of the total new capacity.
Planned power mix for 45.7GW allocated to IPPs is:
- Coal: 25.2GW
- Gas: 6.7GW
- Hydro: 6.8GW
- Geothermal: 5.1GW
- Others: 1.9GW
The unallocated 16.6GW has the following power mix:
- Coal: 1.7GW
- Gas: 9.3GW
- Hydro: 2GW
- Geothermal: 0.7GW
- Solar: 2.9GW