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Abstrak :

Indonesia is the largest archipelago country in the world. It has more than 17,660 islands with more than 220 million populations which distributes in only 6000 islands. Due to this condition, Indonesia has been facing the difficulty to electrify the whole area, especially rural villages that located in the hilly area and even in separated and small islands. In the beginning of year 2000, over than 10 millions Indonesian rural families still can not take pleasure from the electricity, while in other places in the world; such developed countries; electricity is not luxury anymore. It is more than necessity that everyone can use it without exception.


With the comparisons analysis between energy potential of renewable energy in Indonesia, development technology of renewable energy, energy-institution and long term planning of renewable energy are the key factors of the development renewable energy in Indonesia.


Nowadays, development of the renewing energy in some villages in Indonesia only as transition energy. These renewable energy are developed and promoted by some institute or institutions without co-ordination, that make some of those project overlapping. The analyses of those potential and their development through a better co-ordination among institutions with professional teamwork are required to make a plan in using renewable energy in national level.


Investment, technology, maintenance, service, management and economic are still some problem prone areas of development of renewable energy in Indonesia. Detecting and addressing all those problems with harmony with the local technology -is the appropriate approach to the development of renewable energy in the villages of Indonesia.


Since 1979, Indonesia executed SHS installation. The strategy for implementing renewable energy systems especially photovoltaic in Indonesia is determined into three phases as follows: The first phase is a demonstration program, the second phase is a multiple demonstration program and then the third phase is the dissemination program. The significant steps of those phases of SHS implementation of in Indonesia use strategies as follows (Dasuki., A.S, Proceeding, 1999):

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