The Republic of Indonesia's (Indonesia) National Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMN) projects an annual economic growth rate of at least 7% by 2014. This current growth trajectory will have direct and significant implications on the energy sector. To ensure the sustainability of Indonesia's long-term growth trajectory, it is imperative that newly employed sources of energy be low in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), as well as domestically sourced to bolster the country's energy security. The Government of Indonesia has confirmed these priorities by committing to lowering its carbon emissions by 26% using domestic resources by 2020 relative to business-as-usual, or up to 41% using international climate funds, as stipulated in the Presidential Decree No. 61, Indonesia's National Action Plan for GHG Emission Reduction (RAN-GRK).
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