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Microgrid Technologies for Remote Indonesian Islands - TECH-IN

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Grant and period

Project period: 2021 - 2024.

TECH-IN is sponsored by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and supported by Danida Fellowship Centre.

Project No- 20-M06AAU



It is predicted that Indonesia will double the amount of energy per capita by 2025 in comparison to 2015, and the target is that 23% of primary energy supply should come from renewables in 2025. Therefore, to cope with this challenge, Indonesia is assisting in promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency in the so-called Indonesian Energy Revolution. In Indonesia, many islands primarily generate their electricity from diesel and coal-fired power plants and to decrease the dependency on fossil fuels, the strategic sector cooperation (SSC) on energy was initiated in 2016 between the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) and relevant Indonesian authorities, Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) and the National Energy Council (NEC).

The potential of MGs deployment will be investigated for grid-connected and islanded applications by considering two case studies: Lombok and Medang Islands.

The outcomes of this project will foster the ‘Indonesian Energy Revolution’ together with potential decision-makers and stakeholders including the Indonesian energy authorities, transmission grid operators, market players, and potential investors.

Microgrid System at Moyo Island, Sumbawa - Nusa Tenggara Barat

Wind Energy Bantul in Indonesia

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Wind Energy Bantul in Indonesia

Tech-IN will have a direct contribution to the SDG goals
Participants in the TECH-IN project