Pengembangan Teknologi Energi Terbarukan di Indonesia
lndonesia has abundant renewable energy sources reaching an estimated amount of about 162.3 G We comprising of geothermal, solar, wind, snall hydro and the biomass. Despite of the huge potential of these clean and environmentally friendly energy sources, its utilization up to now has been very limited to about a mere 3-4 %. Our previous experiences in implementing pilot projects on renewable energy technology have lacked their focus on productive uses on these energy sources especially to accelerate the growth of rural industrialization. Therefore, in the future, the develpment of renewable energy technology in the future should then be directed toward their productive uses tp provide more job opportunities in the village, help in increasing added value of natural resources available in each provinces which could result in poverty reduction and ultimately improve the quality of life of our community at large. The recent publication of National Energy Management Blue Print (2005-2025) by the government can be used as basis for national energy planning but should be further improved by including the most probable road map of energy resources development including market opportunity of renewable technology energy based on the kind of locally available energy sources. Accordingly more realistic energy management Blue Print can be created which could ensure equitable and sustainable regional development in lndonesia.