Track: Modeling and Simulation
Solar and wind energy have grown rapidly, with cost reductions occurring on a regular basis. However, in Indonesia, this technology accounted for less than 5% of installed capacity. According to the National Energy Policy, the national renewable energy share should reach 23 percent by 2025 and 30 percent by 2050. West Java's desenly populated province benefit from the abundant of renewable energy sources, one of which is the large wind potential along the border coastline. This research will attempt to discuss renewable energy from wind power, including policy, supporting infrastructure and wind potential in West Java. The research will also estimate the future demand for electrical and the use of renewable energy, as well as analyze the wind energy development scenarios. As a result, the challenge of developing wind energy in Indonesia will be a concern for promote in this zero-emission energy.