Indonesia not quitting coal, but eyes more renewable energy
Adisti Sukma Sawitri
The Jakarta Post
For a low-powered country like Indonesia where electricity is still a luxury, the coal way is often the only way.
It is the cheapest source of energy as the country’s mines produce the fourth largest stocks of coal
But even that is not enough. The government’s target to generate 35,000 megawatts (MW) of power will only bring energy consumption per capita to 1,200 k...
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