Working Paper

Charging Indonesia’s vehicle transition: Infrastructure needs for electric passenger cars in 2030

Indonesia’s requirements for implementing a robust electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure by 2030 supports the country’s overall transition to electric cars and achieve its environmental and energy security goals. This study analyzes Indonesia’s requirements for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure to support its transition to electric cars. The paper explores the necessary charging infrastructure to meet the government’s 2030 target of 2 million EVs, assessing the number and types of chargers needed, their optimal locations, and investment costs.

The paper uses a model incorporating Indonesian-specific data and global trends and provides detailed projections and policy recommendations to support the effective and efficient deployment of EV charging infrastructure.

Charging infrastructure
Batteries and fuel cells