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Indonesia

EnDev was operational in Indonesia for a full decade from 2009 to 2019. The Directorate General of New
and Renewable Energy and Mineral Resources as part of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
jointly with GIZ as EnDev’s implementing organisation in Indonesia have been able to improve the lives
of thousands.

Technologies used in this project

  • Biogas
  • Hydro mini-grids
  • Solar mini-grids

Country data

  • People with access to electricity: 295,607*
  • SME´s with access to electricity: 2,959*
  • SI´s with access to electricity: 3,832*
  • *Achievements until December 2019.

The closing of EnDev Indonesia in 2019 marked the maturity of new and renewable energy sub-sector in Indonesia. It shows through the achievement of high electricity ratio in Indonesia. It shows through the achievement of high electricity ratio in Indonesia, reached more than 98% in 2019, where renewable energy has an important role in benefits the communities in remote areas and local industrial growth.

F.X Sutijastoto; Director General of New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation

EnDev supported the Government of Indonesia to achieve its target for rural electrification through the installation of renewable energy mini-grids mainly based on micro-hydropower and solar PV.

EnDev supported 1,034 mini-grids with measures such as:

• Technical assistance and policy advise
• Capacity building through training, mentoring and workshops
• Encouraging entrepreneurial skills for rural business owners and mini-grid managers
• Promoting a sustainable monitoring approach and respective methods ,

All the supported mini-grids are community managed. The electrification component has been implemented in partnership with the Indonesian Government
especially with the Directorate of New and Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources that was established in 2010. In addition, EnDev Indonesia has collaborated with provincial governments, local communities, universities, companies, and NGOs.

A Decade of Supporting Rural Electrification Programme in Indonesia

While the EnDev mini-grid component has phased out in Indonesia, EnDev continues to engage in the mini-grid sector in several other countries.

EnDev’s activities have created a positive impact on the implementation of renewable energy-based mini-grid development. ©GIZ

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