Opportunities for Energy Sector, Indonesia


Indonesia government targets coal to be the main energy source at more than 60% of the target energy mix. Currently, the supply of electricity at an affordable cost is a potential constraint to the government, which is promoting private sector investments to reach its power generation targets

Source: PwC, Power in Indonesia, Oct 2015


Electricity Supply in Indonesia

Despite relative abundance of cheap natural resources such as coal, electrification rate is amongst the lowest in the region.



Installed Capacity Versus Population

Growing population undergoing urbanization and industrialization but installed capacity for electricity remains disproportionately low



Rising Demand for Electricity in Indonesia

In East Kalimantan in East Indonesia alone, projected production s expected to more than double to 6,702 GWh from 2014 to 2022

geographical segmentation