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The use of electricity in Indonesia with energy sources from fossils still dominates compared to other energy sources. Of the total power plant capacity in the country today, coal-fired steam power plants (PLTU) still dominate, namely 24,883 MW or 48% of the total domestic generating capacity of 52,231 MW. Fossil as a non-renewable fuel is produced continuously and will certainly run out. Development of renewable alternative energy is needed and the amount is not limited to being a renewabledoi:10.20884/1.mib.2020.37.2.1147 doaj:580d51d01b5e46ea82a3a73fcaf8025a fatcat:ev7nylgrcnafblmobxppdb4qpi