Climate change and environmental conservation are pressing issues that transcend industries and countries. Indika Energy has committed to a net-zero carbon emission goal by 2050

Our Approach and Effort

As a leading player in the Indonesian energy sector, we have a responsibility to forge a path that diverges from business-as-usual and toward a sustainable future. We understand that to continue providing the energy driving Indonesia’s development while helping the country meet its emissions goals under the Paris Agreement, the adoption of clean technologies in both thermal production and power generation will be critical.

This is the reason we invested in decarbonization measures and technologies, relentlessly pursue efficiencies in energy and water use, and work to minimize our environmental footprint.

Our Targets and Achievements

We have a mid-term goal of boosting our non-coal streams to 50% of our business by 2025; and a long-term goal of reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. These are the some of the other steps we are taking toward greater environmental sustainability.

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    Scope 2 GHG Emissions
    (in Kilo TonCo2eq)

    We started measuring Scope 2 GHG Emissions in 2021
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    Scope 1 GHG Emissions Intensity
    (in TonCO2eq/ Ton Coal Production)

    Reduced by 26.8% from 2020 (0.031 TonCO2eq/ Ton Coal Production)
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    Scope 1 GHG Emissions
    (in Million TonCo2eq)

    Reduced by 11.5% from 2020 (1.35 Million TonCo2eq)
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    Total Weight of Reused and Recycled Waste
    (in Kilo Ton)

    Increased by 26.7% from 2020 (2.85 Kilo Ton)
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    Energy Intensity
    (in Gigajoule/ Ton Coal Production)

    Reduced by 6.1% from 2020 (0.41 Gigajoule/ Ton Coal Production)
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    Total Energy Consumption
    (in Million Gigajoule)

    Increased by 13.7% from 2020 (18.42 Million Gigajoule)
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    Reclamation Area (in Hectare)

    Increased by 11.5% from 2020 (4,532 Hectare)
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    Water Withdrawal Intensity
    (in Megaliters/ Kilo Ton Coal Production)

    Increased by 7.9% from 2020 (0.080 Megaliters/ Kilo Ton Coal Production)
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    Total Water Withdrawal
    (in Megaliters)

    Increased by 13.7% from 2020 (3,399 Megaliters)

Environmental Program

Our environmental programs cover a range of activities across the full scope of our Group and our value chains. We strive to go above and beyond regulatory requirements for all environmental indicators

Energy and Emissions

As Indonesia’s leading diversified energy company, we have a key role to play in leading the transition to a low-carbon economy, which is critical to addressing climate change. We have already taken a number of actions to support these objectives, including measurement and reduction of GHG emissions, more efficient energy use, utilization of renewable energy sources, and reforestation.

Building the electric highway

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3D Effects

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Water and Effluents

Access to clean water and sanitation is a basic human right, and we aim to minimize our water-related impacts and protect the water sources in the areas where we operate. From rainwater collection to reuse of water, constantly innovate to use less. Our water treatment process is strictly monitored to ensure acceptable standards of water quality.

Bringing water, bringing life

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Wise Water Use

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Waste Management

Waste generation is an inevitable part of the mining process and power generation, but it does not have to be an insurmountable one. Through good solid waste management practices, efficiency measures, and recycled material use, Indika Energy is constantly seeking ways to reduce its waste footprint.

Waste Not, Want Not

In 2020, we reused or recycled more than 2,500 tons of waste, representing a significant…

Biodiversity and Land Use

Keeping Indonesia’s forests standing protects endangered species, mitigates flood risk, and helps fight climate change. That’s why our biodiversity monitoring and impact mitigation measures never stop, from pre-mining to the operational stage to post-mining and reclamation. Throughout the process, we work with third parties to ensure full transparency and accountability.

21,000 Mangroves for a Sustainable Indonesia

Sustainability is a core element of what Indika Energy does. Not only ensuring business activities,…

Providing Sanctuary for Threatened Fauna

The island of Borneo, known in Indonesia as Kalimantan, is home to countless species of…

Mangrove Cultivation and Restoration

Mangroves are an important coastal ecosystem, and Indonesia is home to the largest extent of…

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