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EV prices in Indonesia are still high and there are concerns about infrastructure, but serious policymaking and private sector support can boost consumer adoption

In 2015, the head of the Indonesian government’s Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology, Unggul Priyanto, said that electric vehicles in Indonesia should not be developed as an industry yet. “Even in developed countries, EVs are not yet commercially viable. I don’t think it can sell. We are also still facing difficulties in batteries and recharging stations,” Priyanto said.
The government seems to have changed its mind recently. It is putting together a roadmap for EV adoption, with a target of 2.2m electric cars and 13m electric motorcycles on the road by 2030, and plans t...

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