Electric Motorcycle Charging Infrastructure Road Map for Indonesia

Publication | October 2022

This report examines how Indonesia can spur a shift to electric motorcycles by developing its motorcycle charging infrastructure.

  • US$32.00 (paperback)

Motorcycles are a major component of road transport in Indonesia with more than 120 million estimated to be in use. While the number of motorcycles operating in the country has steadily grown in recent years, the proportion of electric motorcycles remains very low. A shift away from fossil-fuel-based motorcycles will provide considerable benefits for Indonesia by reducing air and noise pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, and reliance on fuel imports. The report draws on best practices from other countries to provide a roadmap and policy recommendations for Indonesia to develop its motorcycle charging infrastructure.


  • Electric Two-Wheeler Definitions
  • Introduction and Background
  • Focus of the Report
  • Climate Change Background
  • Asia’s Experience with Electric Motorcycles
  • Electric Two-Wheeler User Categories
  • Motorcycle Classification and Comparison
  • Conversion of Gasoline Motorcycles and Battery Standardization
  • Electric Motorcycle Projections
  • Electric Motorcycle Charging Systems for Indonesia
  • Grid Impacts
  • Reusing and Recycling Battery
  • Proposed Policies and Actions
  • Outline Road Map for Electric Motorcycles in Indonesia
  • Appendixes

Additional Details

  • Energy
  • Clean energy
  • Transport
  • Indonesia
  • 128
  • 8.5 x 11
  • TCS220426
  • 978-92-9269-474-6 (print)
  • 978-92-9269-475-3 (electronic)
  • 978-92-9269-476-0 (ebook)

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