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Indonesia coal outlook - electrifying domestic demand

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20 November 2018

Indonesia coal outlook - electrifying domestic demand

Report summary

The government's push for electrification is poised to accelerate the growth of domestic coal consumption despite several initiatives encouraging renewable energy. This may result in reducing export tonnage in the medium to long term. In this insight, we discuss: • The pace of the electrification programme and the impact on coal demand. • How Indonesian coal's declining calorific value is affecting domestic consumption.

Table of contents

    • Indonesia’s electrification programme to drive domestic coal demand
    • Trends contributing to increase in coal consumption for power generation
    • Potential risks

Tables and charts

This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Existing power plants that are 100 MW and above
  • Upcoming power plants projects that are 100 MW and above
  • Indonesia's declining coal quality
  • Coal consumption of power plants in Indonesia (yearly basis)

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