Public-Private Partnership Programme on Energy Conservation
Policy measure

The Public-Private Partnership Programme on Energy Conservation is a government-funded energy audit programme that has been available to industries and commercial buildings since 2002 (APERC, 2010).


According to APERC (2010), “the government budget for the Energy Conservation Partnership Program - energy audit was USD 400 000 in FY2009”.

Implementation

Industries and commercial buildings participating in the programme are required to implement the recom¬mended energy saving measures identified in the energy audit (APERC, 2010).

Challenges

Misna (2010) identifies the following challenges:

  • Lack of competent energy auditors.

  • Lack of financial scheme for implementing the recommendations of energy audits.

Outcomes

“As of 2009, around 292 industries and commercial buildings had been audited in the program” (APERC, 2010). The following numbers highlight the average targets until 2014 and the energy saving potential of the programme:

  • Targeted number of industries and buildings: 185 (2010), 185 (2011), 200 (2012), 200 (2013), 200 (2014).

  • Energy saving potential (TWh): 0.33 (2010), 0.67 (2011), 1.02 (2012), 1.02 (2013), 1.02 (2014).

References

Misna, A. F., 2010. Energy Efficiency and Conservation in Indonesia. Regional Workshop on Strengthening Institutional Capacity to Support Energy Efficiency in Asian Countries. Bangkok, 24-26 March 2010. Available at: http://eeasia.unescap.org/PDFs/energy-efficiency-in-INDONESIA.pdf.


APERC (Asia-Pacific Energy Research Centre), 2010. Compendium of Energy Efficiency Policies of APEC Economies – Indonesia. Tokoy. Available at: www.ieej.or.jp/aperc/CEEP/2010/Indonesia_2010.pdf.