Indonesia has four energy standards for buildings (Standar Nasional Indonesia/SNI), which cover the building envelope, air conditioning, lighting and building energy auditing. In 2005, Indonesia adopted laws that mandated for all buildings to consider energy conservation but has fallen short of enforcing compliance with the existing standards. Subsequent revisions of the laws mandated energy saving requirements for large commercial and certain other types of buildings.
Exact Start Year
Start Year Range
2000 - 2009
Revision Schedule Explanation
Until now, there are at least four SNI related to energy efficiency that have been issued, which are related to lighting systems, air conditioning system, building envelope and energy audit procedure. As the sustainability issues mainstreaming in national policy, the Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) is currently finalizing National Guidelines on Green Building, with energy efficiency as one of the important requirements. in 2012, DKI Jakarta has issued the first mandatory green building regulation.
|Existing Code Coverage|
The local government implements the code, sometimes with help of third-party assessors.
|Compliance Checking on Design|
|Compliance Checking on Construction|
|Compliance Checking on Pre-Occupancy|
|Air Tightness testing|
|Commissioning before occupancy|
|Commissioning after occupancy|
|Compliance Software Residential|
|Compliance Software Non-Residential|
|Penalties for non-compliance|
Refusal of Functional Feasibility Certificate for existing building in Jakarta
|Incentives and Recognition program for compliance|
Indonesia has a voluntary environmental rating tool that contains components on energy efficiency. The rating system was developed by the Indonesian Green Building Council but is recognised by the national government. The rating system is known as Greenship.
|Compliance Rate monitoring|
|Compliance Rate Publicised|
|Compliance Lessons Learned|
|Compliance Energy Use Statistics|
|Compliance Rate in %|
Other awareness raising
ASHRAE run courses & provide resources; DANIDA providing an EE clearing house
Information is not available on capacity building to support code implementation. Indonesia does have other, less targeted training that relates to energy efficiency. Efforts are underway to train local professionals. ASHRAE administers educational seminars, training courses and exchange of best practices. International Development Agency of Denmark, is helping design the voluntary Jakarta municipal building standards and mandatory building codes and incentive programs for retrofitting.
|Building Materials Ratings|
Under Government Regulation No. 70 year 2009, energy users with energy consumption of 6000 tonnes of oil equivalent per year in buildings as well as industries are required to appoint an energy manager, preparing a energy conservation program, conducting an energy audit and implementing its recommendation, and reporting the result of the implementation energy measures to the government.