Currently, the growth of energy consumption in Indonesia has reached to 7% per year, while the usage of cooling – such as refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) increases by 15 % per year in the industrial, commercial, and private sector. It means that energy inefficient appliances are commonly used. On the other hand, it is estimated that energy consumption from the RAC in commerce and industry can be reduced by 15 – 30 % through the implementation of modern technology. The implementation of green cooling technology bears opportunities to further support energy security, decouple emissions from economic growth and thereby supporting Indonesia’s ambitious of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions reduction targets.
NAMA Strategy Development
Integrating GHG mitigation and sustainable economic and social benefits in the Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning sector
Enabling sustainable investment in the cooling sector through the promotion of economic incentives
Guide and train cooling system managers and investors on sustainable refrigeration and air-conditioning
Green Cooling Partnerships
Inviting innovative commercial and industrial players to pilot efficient and clean cooling technologies