To Reach Net Zero Emissions Target Definitely A Possibility for Indonesia
Indonesia’s Government is optimistic that it can achieve its aim to reach net zero emissions target before 2050. Achieving this by 2050 means Indonesia would have reached its target before 10 years.
The Government firmly believes that decarbonisation of the industry sector is achievable. This target is part of a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) and the IEA’s Energy Sector Roadmap to Net Zero Emissions.
Indonesia’s Remarkable Journey the Key To Reach Net Zero Emissions Target
From 2015 to 2022 alone Indonesia’s industrial sector GHG emissions level accounted for 8-20% of the total GHG emissions nationwide. Decarbonisation efforts alone have brought GHG emissions down by 53.9 million tonnes. That was just for 2022 alone. To keep these efforts going requires a massive and structured decarbonisation process.
With this clean energy target in place, Indonesia is poised for opportunities that will take it to the next development phase. By 2045, it is very possible that Indonesia will become an advanced economy.
Is Achieving Decarbonisation Possible?
To reach its net zero emissions target, Indonesia has to employ a four-pronged approach. It needs to shift to more environmentally friendly energy sources, electrification during the production process, use tools that will reduce the consumption of energy, and rely on CCUS (carbon, capture, utilization, storage) technology. CCUS tech alone is going to be a game changer.
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