Indonesia introduces net metering scheme for solar PV systems

6 Dec 2018

The Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has issued a new regulation which enables residential, commercial and industrial solar photovoltaic (PV) installations to sell excess power to the domestic grid under a net metering scheme. It expects the new provisions to favour the deployment of PV installations with high self-consumption rates and drive the development of an additional 1,000 MW of PV systems across the country over the next three years. Once implemented, the net metering system could save up to 30% on energy bills for PV system owners.

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