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One crucial problem faced by Indonesia is the dependence on fossil energy reaching to 93,3%, while the share of renewable energy is only 7,7%. This causes two implications. Firstly, Indonesia is at the situation of insecurity energy due to the limitation of the availability of fossil energy. Since 2004, Indonesia is net importer oil country. Secondly, the use of fossil energy creates CO2, a component of green house gases stimulating global warming and climate change. One strategy to deal withdoi:10.1051/e3sconf/20187302002 fatcat:33pt3bw6onanxou6gokjlb2yka