Energy management principles:
Energy is managed on the basis of utility, rationality, fair efficiency, value added improvement, sustainability, people welfare, IIving environment preservation, national tenacity, and integrity principles by prioritizing the national capability.---[T]he objectives of energy management are:
a. the achievement of independence in energy management; b. the security of domestic energy availability, both from domestic and overseas sources. c. the availability of energy sources from domestic and/or overseas as referred to in point b for: 1. the fulfillment of domestic energy needs; 2. the fulfillment of domestic industrial raw material needs; and 3. the increase of state currency; d. the security of optimum, integrated, and sustainable management of energy resources; e. the efficient utilization of energy in all sectors. The achievement of increased access of poor people and/or those who live in remote areas to the energy to realize that people welfare and prosperity in fair and evenly distributed way by: -
1. providing assistance to increase the availability of energy for poor people; 2. building energy infrastructure for under-developed regions in order to reduce the inter-regional disparity. g. the achievement of energy industrial capability development and domestic energy services to be independent
and improving the professionalism of human resources. h. the creation of employment opportunity; and i. the preservation of the living environment functions sustainability.---Energy resources of fossil, geothermal, big scale hydro and nuclear energy sources are controlled by the state and utilized for the maximum welfare of the people. New energy resources and renewable energy resources are arranged by the state and utilised for
the maximum welfare of the people. ---People, either individually or in group, can have the role in: a. the composing of national energy general plan
and regional energy general plan and b. energy development for public interest.---The provision of energy can be done through: a. inventories or energy resources; b. increasing of energy reserve; c. composing of energy balance; d. diversification, conservation, and intensification of energy source and energy; and e. security on the smoothness of provision, transmission, and energy sources and energy saving.
National policy structure:
(1)The government composes the design of national energy general plan based on national energy policy.
Energy institutional structures:
The President established a National Energy Council. [...] (2)National Energy Council has the tasks of: to design and formulate the national energy policy to be stipulated by the Government by the approval from DPR as referred to in Article 11 paragraph (2). To determine the national energy general plan [...].
M&E of policy implementation:
Energy sources consumers and energy consumers who do not perform the energy conservation are given
disincentive by the Government and/or regional government.