Mataram City located on Lombok Island and is the capital city of West Nusa Tenggara Province. The provincial government is based in Mataram City and with a population of 468,509 it is the most populous area in WNT. The city has an electrification ratio of 100% mostly stemming from coals and diesel plans and less than 1% of the power comes from non-PLN distributors. The city government is planning to develop Waste-to-energy power plants using its own solid waste. Through 100% Renewable City and Region Roadmap project, Mataram City is expected to develop a clear energy development plan and strengthen multilevel governance for sustainable energy.
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