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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF NEW, RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY CONSERVATION

Delivered By :

Maritje Hutapea

Director of Various New and Renewable Energy

Presented at The Seanergy Conference 2017Le Havre, March 22nd, 2017

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

I. National Electrification Ratio

II. National Energy Policy 5

III. Renewable Energy Potential 8

IV. Marine Energy Cooperation 10

V. Draft Roadmap of Marine Energy Development in Indonesia 15

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

I. NATIONAL ELECTRIFICATION RATIO National electrification ratio was 91.16% in 2016. There are 2 provinces (NTT and Papua) havingelectrification ratio lower than 70%.

Indonesias electrification ratio is still low (91.16%)compared to other ASEAN countries.

Target of electrification ratio: 97.35% by 2019 (RPJM)and 100% by 2024 (RUKN)

ELECTRIFICATION RATIO IN ASEAN COUNTRIES

NATIONAL ELECTRIFICATION RATIO IN 2016 (%)

Per

sen

(%

)

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

II. National Energy Policy

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

23%

25%30%

22%5%

46%26%

23%

166MTOE

~ 400 MTOE

Oil

Gas

Coal

NRE

NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY(Government Regulation No. 79/2014)

New and Renewable Energy

OilGas

Coal 20152025

2015 2025

Total Installed Capacity 55,53 GW 115 GW

Energy Consumption 0,75 TOE/capita 1,4 TOE/capita

Electricity Consumption 910 KWh/capita 2.500 KWh/capita

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2015 2025

Total Installed Capacity 55 GW 135 GW

NRE Power Plant Capacity8,7 GW

(15,7%)

45 GW

(33%)

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+ 80 GW (NRE+ FOSSIL)

+ 36,3 GW (NRE)

for 10 years

2025Geothermal 7,2 GW

Hydro 21 GW

Bioenergi 5,5 GW

Solar Power 6,4 GW

Wind 1,8 GW

Other NRE

(include marine

energy)

3,1 GW

Totall 45 GW

Target 2025 : NRE Power Plant

8,6610,8

11,7312,94

15,8118,48

24,66

29,28

35,74

41,01

45,04

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025

Geothermal Bioenergy Hydro Mini Hydro

Solar Wind Ocean Total

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

No.Renewable

Energy SourcesMethod of Appointment

Tariff

Local Grid BPP > National BPP Local Grid BPP National BPP

1. Solar PV Auction in capacity quota with minimum 15 MW Maximum 85% x Local Grid BPP 100% x Local Grid BPP

2. Wind Auction in capacity quota with minimum 15 MW Maximum 85% x Local Grid BPP 100% x Local Grid BPP

3. Hydro

Reference Price Maximum 85% x Local Grid BPP 100% x Local Grid BPP

Direct Selection Price determined by direct selection process

a. Capacity 10 MW: Capacity Factor minimum 65%b. Capacity > 10 MW: Capacity Factor depends on local grid system requirements

4. BiomassReference Price (for 10 MW or less) Maximum 85% x Local Grid BPP 100% x Local Grid BPP

Direct Selection (for more than 10 MW) Price determined by direct selection process

5. Biogass

Reference Price (for 10 MW or less) Maximum 85% x Local Grid BPP 100% x Local Grid BPP

Direct Selection (for more than 10 MW) Price determined by direct selection process

6.MunicipalWaste

Reference PriceMaximum 100% of Local GenerationBPP

Mutual agreement between PLNand IPP

7. Geothermal Reference Price Maximum 100% x Local Grid BPPMutual agreement between PLNand IPP

BPP = Production Cost of ElectricityLocal Grid BPP and National BPP will be determined by the Minister based on the proposal of PT PLN (Persero)

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

III. Renewable Energy Potential

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8,80 GW (2% Based on potential)443,2 GW

Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

INDONESIAN MARINE ENERGY POTENTIAL

TYPE THEORETICAL (MW) TECHNICAL (MW) PRACTICAL (MW)

WAVES 141,472 7,985 1,995

CURRENT 287,822 71,955 17,989

THERMAL 4,247,389 136,669 41,001

TOTAL 4,676,683 216,609 60,985

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IV. Marine Energy Cooperation

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Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) is collaborating with several countries to developmarine energy in Indonesia :

Indonesia - France

On 11 March 2016, Directorate General of New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation(DGNREEC) and Agence France de Developpement/AFD (France) signed the ImplementingAgreement on the Tidal Energy Project in Indonesia. AFD is now doing Pra FS and assessing 10-15 potential sites and will select 2-3 most suitable locations for Tidal Power Pilot Project.

The steering Committee has been set-up for the cooperation. The First Steering Committee Meeting was held on 22 june 2016 in DGNREEC, Jakarta. AFD side

presented the initial assessment progress and will hold further coordination with other relatedparties, such as PT PLN (Persero), Research and Development Center for Electricity & NREEC ofMEMR (P3KEBTKE), Research and Development Center for Marine Geology of MEMR (P3GL)and Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries regarding further data collection.

The Second Steering Committee Meeting was held on February 21, 2017 also in DGNREEC,Jakarta. AFD presented the progress of the study step 2 and is coordinating further with P3GL andother related parties to select 3 locations to be brought to the step 3.

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

Indonesia - UK

On 27 Juli 2015, Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs and UK Government signed MOU

on Maritime Cooperation Activities.

Both countries have agreed to collaborate on various maritime issues, including capacity

building, maritime research and energy and mineral resources development.

UK through Gordon Robert University supported Indonesia to prepare Roadmap of Marine

Energy Development.

Indonesia and UK are also planning to establish SEAMEC (South East Asia Marine Energy

Centre) as the Center of Excellence of marine energy research and development in

Indonesia.

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

Indonesia - Austria

Austria dan MEMR signed MOU on Hydropower in 2014. Austria (Andritz Hydro) is interested to developTidal Energy power generation in Indonesia. Austria is starting to identify the suitable location particurlarly in NTT to develop tidal current

project.

Indonesia - Netherland

On 22 April 2016, the Ministry of Public Works and Housing, Tidal Bridge PV and the Governmentof East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Province signed Head of Agreement (HoA) on Building BridgesEquipped with Sea Current Turbine Power Plant in The District of East Flores Sea.

An 800 metres Pancasila Palmerah Bridge will be built by the Ministry of Public Works andHousing, connecting Flores and Adonara Island in East Flores regency and will be integrated withbuilt-in marine current turbines to generate electricity.

Pra FS for marine current project has been finished. The initial capacity of the marine current power generation is planned to be around 30 MW in 2018

and will be raised gradually untill reach 80 MW by 2020.

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

Preparing Roadmap of Marine Energy Development

The Roadmap Concept comprises of : Site Preparation Regulation Marine Energy Industry Development Capacity Building Targets Setting Financing Scheme

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Energy and Mineral Resources for Peoples Welfare

Benefit : Many areas with low electrification ratio have high marine energy potential. On

the other side, those areas are known have economic potential such as fisherieswhich need cool storage.

Challenges :

Production cost of marine energy is still relatively higher than other renewableenergy (such as solar PV, wind, hydro, etc);

The marine energy resources located in remote areas that difficult to accessespecially from PLNs grid connection.

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esdm untuk kesejahteraan rakyat 2013

Sekretariat Direktorat Jenderal EBTKE

www.ebtke.esdm.go.id

Jalan Pegangsaan Timur No. 1 Menteng Jakarta Pusat 10320 Telp/Faks : 021-31924540

MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF NEW, RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY CONSERVATION

Tidal Energy Projects in Indonesia (TEPI)

Supporting the emergence of first tidal

farms in Indonesia

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AFD at a glance

Established in 1941, Agence Franaise de Dveloppement (AFD) is the bilateral Development Bank of France.

AFD promotes economically, socially and environmentally sustainable develo

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