Renewable energy saves gas prices

Renewable energy saves gas prices
Renewable energy saves gas prices

JAKARTA – The Global Energy Monitor (GEM) report reveals that Southeast Asia is capable of meeting energy growth through competitively priced renewable energy and low carbon emissions. The average cost of electricity generation (power cost) in Southeast Asia is currently around US$70-95/megawatt/hour (MWh) and wind power is around US$105-135 US dollars / MW, compared to gas 80 to 120-125 US dollars / MW. Energy demand continues to rise in all parts of Southeast Asia as economic growth grows, but improving gas production is not a long-term solution. Satisfying the need for cheaper renewable energy, protects the Southeast Asian region from unstable gas prices and will be a more environmentally friendly line, and

He proposed that countries in the Southeast Asian region could massively develop green energy such as solar and wind power, as both energy sources should be able to become more affordable energy sources. in the future.

According to the report, the development of solar and wind power in Southeast Asia, if successfully built, is expected to be able to generate electricity of 450 terwatts per day (TWh) per year. This amount is equivalent to 2/3 of the electricity demand in this region by 2030. Furthermore, GEM highlighted that the development of domestic renewable energies equipped with energy storage batteries could be an alternative for Southeast Asian countries to escape the pressure of gas price movements in the global market.

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