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(GHGs) emissions by 26% with its self-financing, or 41% with addition of foreign aids, by year 2020.
This target will carry consequences for Indonesia to make an action plan and at the same time to
choose which low carbon technologies (LCTs) are employed in reducing its GHGs. This paper will
focus on introducing LCTs for energy sector of Indonesia. LCTs option for reducing CO2 emission
in Indonesia is suggested for both energy supply and energy demand sides. Energy technology for
supply side is prioritized for clean coal, geothermal and renewable energy technologies including
technologies for biomass, hydro, wind and solar. Prioritized energy technology for demand side
is applied to energy efficiency for industries, residential and commercial buildings. Besides, soft
technologies such as energy audit, energy rating and labeling are also proposed. For public bus
transportation and taxi, a cleaner fuel of gas as a substitution to fossil fuel or gasoline is highly
suggested to be used. Transport demand management is also proposed to be improved, like using
intelligent transportation system (ITS) and mass rapid transport system (MRTS)
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