Overview, Trends, Challenges and Opportunities for New Zealand SMEs in Renewable Energy Engineering, Construction and Consulting sectors

Indonesia has been slow out of the blocks in developing renewable sources of energy, but the nation’s natural potential is enormous. What is more, energy demand in Southeast Asia’s largest economy is quickly rising. Electricity consumption is forecast to more than double by 2025, fuel consumption is set to rise even faster. Aside from the obvious positives such as reducing Indonesia’s carbon emissions and meeting or even surpassing its Paris Agreement commitment, as well as finally breaking the nation’s dependence on coal, renewables could bring off-grid power to the tens of millions of Indonesians who still have no access to a reliable electricity supply and, instead, rely on expensive, polluting power from diesel generators.

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