Techno-Economic Analysis of Indonesia Powe...
This study examines Indonesia's power generation plans, aiming for 23%, 28%, and 31% renewable energy by 2025, 2038, and 2050. Four scenarios are analyzed: BAU, CO (cost optimization), NP (national plan), and ZC (zero-carbon). The BAU scenario, based on PLN's 2019-2028 plan, lacks renewable targets and has the highest total power production cost of $180.51 billion by 2050. The CO scenario, with the lowest cost of $89.21 billion, aims to meet renewables mandates efficiently but may face practical challenges.