Energy snapshot

Indonesian energy use by sector, 2000 and 2015

Indonesia remains the largest energy consumer in Southeast Asia, making up over 36% of the region’s energy demand and consuming nearly as much energy as Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore combined and rapid economic growth has brought a sharp rise in electricity demand. Between 2000 and 2015, Indonesia’s GDP doubled and its demand for electricity increased by 150%. Between 2000 and 2015, energy use (total final consumption) grew by 36%, with oil (39%) and biomass (35%), the dominant sources. Indonesia’s largest consuming sectors in 2015 were the residential sector and industry and services, followed by transport.

Source: Energy Efficiency 2017

5 October 2017

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