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Our work in Indonesia

With over 264 million people, Indonesia is the fourth most densely populated nation in the world and growing. It's an emerging global economic force where fossil fuels dominate the current power mix, and the country has a 2060 net zero target.

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Fossil fuels accounted for 78% of installed capacity in Indonesia in 2021. Our mission is to accelerate change towards zero carbon grids at scale, and so RE100 is expanding its policy advocacy activities into new priority geographies – including Indonesia. 

In 2022, RE100 team members spent a few weeks in Indonesia to understand how and where RE100’s unique value proposition could best be used to accelerate the country’s energy transition. 

With 96 members reporting operations in Indonesia, we are searching for our first Indonesian headquartered member.

In Indonesia, we work in collaboration with our local partner, the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR).

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RE100 team members in Indonesia.

RE100 membership 

One of the key levers of influence for RE100 is our members. It’s important to build the domestic demand signal, to unlock the widespread systemic change needed to achieve a net zero future. RE100 is searching for new members from Indonesia. Is your company interested in joining RE100? Start the process by contacting us here.

Recent work in Indonesia

This World Economic Forum report from November 2022, in collaboration with RE100, Accenture and Kamar Dagang dan Industri Indonesia (KADIN), details six ways the regulatory and policy environment in Indonesia must be unlocked to accelerate the uptake of renewable electricity in the country.

This report from September 2022 by RE100 looks into the relationship between high electricity consuming countries in the G20, and the pace of progress in renewable electricity deployment, corporate procurement and investment opportunities – including how Indonesia plans to secure 51% of its electricity requirements from renewables by 2030. 


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