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I Pt Agus Surya Adi P I Nyoman Satya Kumara I Gusti Agung Pt Raka Agung


The development of electric vehicles in Indonesia began in 1997 by the Indonesian
Institute of Sciences (LIPI) but since 2013 has slowed down. Presidential Regulation 55/2019
strengthens the development of electric vehicles in Indonesia which followed by several
supporting regulations. Currently, the development of electric vehicles, both in terms of research
and industry or commercial products, is getting better. This paper reviews the current status of
electric bicycles and electric motorcycles in Indonesia which are commercially available. The
research was conducted by through online survey during 2020-2021 which produced a
database of electric bicycles/motorcycles. Currently, there are 64 electric bicycles and 44
electric motorcycles. These vehicles use either two or three wheels with electric drive capacity
between 180 W to 4200 W. The most common electric motor used is BLDC at 87%. The electric
bike/motorcycle has speed ranges between 20 km/h to 70 km/h with battery capacity of 5,2 Ah
to 70 Ah with milage ranging from 15 km to 200 km. The information presented will help
stakeholders to get a quick overview of the development of electric bicycles/motorcycles in the
country and serves as benchmark for developing electric bicycles or motor to meet domestic


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AGUS SURYA ADI P, I Pt; SATYA KUMARA, I Nyoman; RAKA AGUNG, I Gusti Agung Pt. STATUS PERKEMBANGAN SEPEDA LISTRIK DAN MOTOR LISTRIK DI INDONESIA. Jurnal SPEKTRUM, [S.l.], v. 8, n. 4, p. 8-19, jan. 2022. ISSN 2684-9186. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 15 july 2024. doi:

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