Indonesia’s path toward using entirely renewable energy sources by 2060 includes banning the sales of fossil-fuel vehicles and operating a nuclear power plant.
Environmentalists have slammed a move by the Indonesian government to let a three-year moratorium on new permits for oil plantations to lapse.
For millions of villagers in Indonesia’s remote areas, a 12-hour-per-day erratic electricity supply is the norm.
Indonesia’s moratorium on new oil palm plantation permits is set to expire as the industry awaits clarity on whether the government will extend the policy.
A consortium of Indonesian companies, regulators, and one university has begun a series of tests on an aviation fuel containing a small share of biofuel derived from palm oil.
For millions of villagers in Indonesia’s remote areas, a 12-hour-per-day erratic electricity supply is the norm. With students studying by candlelight at night and health centres not running at full capacity, these communities face an uphill struggle to improve their well-being.
The Indonesian Palm Oil Producers Association (GAPKI) has urged the government to help increase the competitiveness of palm oil products, as palm oil remains the country’s most important export commodity, the GAPKI chairman stated at an industry conference.
Australians in Indonesia living through COVID-19 ‘disaster’ as government hints at repatriation flight
The Department of Foreign Affairs says it’s working with Qantas to facilitate a repatriation flight for stranded Australians in Indonesia.
Indonesia aims to sell only electric cars and motorcycles by 2050 to replace vehicles powered by combustion engines, the country’s energy minister said on Monday, as the Southeast Asian country seeks to reduce its carbon emissions.
Indonesia’s EV plans will open new trade and commercial opportunities for Australia’s services.
Indonesia’s energy and mineral resources ministry has raised the country’s target to generate electricity from new and renewable energy (EBT) from 30pc to 48pc, which includes co-firing coal with biomass.
Indonesia says it will begin retiring coal-fired power plants for good — while still continuing to build more than a hundred new ones, in the latest mixed message from one of the last coal-friendly countries in the world.
Indonesia Battery Corp. and a consortium led by South Korea’s LG Group are set to soon begin building a $1.2 billion electric vehicle battery plant, the Indonesian investment minister says.
Top thermal coal exporter Indonesia is planning to retire its coal-fired power plants gradually, in a phased move towards becoming carbon neutral, Read more