Renewable Energy for Electrification Programme (REEP) - 1000 Islands Project Dates: June 2020 - December 2024
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PROJECT OBJECTIVE

The project will start with selecting two typical island grids with good replication potential. In these two grids, REEP will demonstrate 23 per cent of renewable energy integration into the State Electricity Company (PLN) grids. REEP will install a monitoring system to prove the technological and economic feasibility of the renewable energy grid integration in these two grids.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Renewable Energy for Electrification Programme’s implementation strategy employs a holistic, bottom-up approach that takes into account the diverse aspects regarding technology, research and finance while observing the issues of renewable energy in Indonesia. The monitoring system will also be used for training purposes and capacity building of the stakeholders such as EBTKE, Directorate General of Electricity (DJK), PLN and private sector. After the completion of two pilot grids, REEP will continue with three other island grids in the scaling-up phase. Results from 5 island grids, including power system planning for the next 10 years will be incorporated in PLN’s electricity procurement business plan (RUPTL). Furthermore, the results will also replicate to more than 600 grids across Indonesia. REEP will also disseminate the results of pilot projects through trainings to PLN and private sectors. The training will include the know-how of creating business proposals.



CONSULTANTS

energynautics


Region/Location

BUDGET

USD 5,600,000

DONORS (OR FUNDING /CONTRIBUTING ORGANIZATIONS)
  1. BMZ-German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
PROJECT CONTACT PERSON

Name:Elisabeth Tinschert

Email: lisa.tinschert@giz.de

IMPLEMENTING AGENCY OR AGENCIES

CONTRACTOR

Direktorat Jenderal Energi Baru Terbarukan dan Konservasi Energi (DJ EBTKE)

SUPPORT SUBTYPE
  • Grant
  • Capacity Building
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Outside the islands of Java and Bali, and particularly in the less developed eastern regions of Indonesia, many people still have no access to electricity. The “1000 Islands” programme utilises small hydropower plants and solar mini-grids to contribute to environmentally sound and climate-friendly energy supply and thus to social and economic development in remote regions of Indonesia.


PROJECT OUTPUTS AND ACTIVITY
News and Updates
BUDGET

USD 5,600,000

DONORS (OR FUNDING /CONTRIBUTING ORGANIZATIONS)
  1. BMZ-German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
PROJECT CONTACT PERSON

Name:Elisabeth Tinschert

Email: lisa.tinschert@giz.de

IMPLEMENTING AGENCY OR AGENCIES

CONTRACTOR

Direktorat Jenderal Energi Baru Terbarukan dan Konservasi Energi (DJ EBTKE)

SUPPORT SUBTYPE
  • Grant
  • Capacity Building