Key View: We forecast non-hydropower renewables capacity in Indonesia to grow by an annual average rate of 5.0% between 2022 and 2031, to reach 7.4GW by 2031, with increasing upside risk particularly for the solar sector. This stems from a greater focus in the latest RUPTL 2021-2030, rising investor interests and developments in the solar sector over recent months, which could kickstart the industry in Indonesia.
Non-Hydropower Renewables Generation, By Type, TWh (2021-2031)
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