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Japan is assisting Indonesia in its efforts to decarbonize its electricity sector

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A survey on power sector decarbonisation in Indonesia has been agreed upon by Japanese energy and grid players.

Under the terms of the agreement, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), TEPCO Power Grid, JERA, and Tokyo Electric Power Services would develop a suggested roadmap that incorporates the intended power source structure and power supply system while taking into account Indonesia's unique circumstances.

The agreement is with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), and the proposed "Data Collection Survey on Power Sector in Indonesia for Decarbonization" survey will take into account measures that JICA might put in place in Indonesia to assist the roadmap.


Indonesia's government presented a long-term strategy to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat in July 2021, which included measures to reach carbon neutrality before 2060.

The current agreement reflects JICA's evaluation of the four firms' considerable related experience and was reached as part of JICA's efforts to cooperate in the decarbonisation of Indonesia's power industry.

The project supervisor, TEPCO PG, will survey and investigate power development and demand assumptions in order to offer effective suggestions for carbon neutrality and power supply stability in the country.


TEPCO will research and investigate energy policies, regulations, as well as economic and financial issues linked to decarbonisation, and will contribute to the development of a suggested roadmap for decarbonisation of Indonesia's power industry, with a focus on institutional and financial factors.

JERA will attempt to fully leverage its experience in developing a decarbonisation plan for Japan in Indonesia, which is made up of many islands.
It will investigate low-carbon and decarbonized thermal power technology, as well as renewable energy sources.

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