Today, renewable energy accounts for a small but growing portion of Indonesia’s electricity portfolio. The Government of Indonesia (GoI) has announced a mid-term target for increasing the share of renewable energy in the total energy mix to 23% by 2025. This means that massive new investment in renewable-based power generation capacity is to be developed, energy fund and various programs have been initiated towards renewable power growth:
Construction of 35,000MW additional power generation capacity & 25% of it (8,750 MW) should be based on renewables (needs USD 30 Billion of total investment) B20 biofuel mandate in 2016, particularly in the transportation & power plant sectors Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme released to enhance the development of (mini and micro) hydropower plants, geothermal, solar photovoltaic power plants, biomass & biogas power plants, and municipal solid waste (WtE) power plants. Rural electrification development based on renewable energy (the Bright Indonesia Program)
Total energy demand in Indonesia is growing by around 7-8% per year, outpacing economic development and population growth. Yet, more than 30 million people (12% of Indonesia’s population) still lack access to electricity. These people mostly live in rural areas and outer islands. Transportation and geographic constraints are main reasons why it is difficult to provide electricity access to these area using the conventional power generation methods.
Renewable energy and power projects are not only tools for improving energy security and adapting to climate change, but also increasingly recognized as investments that can provide direct and indirect economic advantages to countries like Indonesia, by reducing dependence on fuel imports, improving air quality and safety, propelling economic growth and job opportunities.
Held in conjunction with 3rd Biomass & BioEnergy Asia, key players and stakeholders in Indonesia and regional renewable power sector (wind, biomass, hydro, geothermal, solar) will join us at CMT’s Indonesia Renewable Power, in Jakarta to discuss the opportunities, the dos and don'ts and provide much needed insight and analysis into FiT and financing for your projects.
Key highlights include the pre-conference workshop on Optimal Thermochemical Utilization of Your Agricultural Residues: Present & Future, and up to 10 hours for networking and discussion with your prospective partners.
Find Answers, Clarify & Discuss the following:
- FiT schemes updates for renewable power (Wind, Solar, Hydro, Biomass, Geothermal, Waste-to-Energy)
- GoI & PLN’s roles in enabling renewable power generation capacity growth
- Navigating through key challenge – LAND ACCESS
- Evaluate effectiveness of FiT per technology & per region
- Financing Options for Renewables Projects
- Improved incentives to mitigate exploration risk in geothermal power projects
- Case studies on Utility-Scale Wind & Solar Power Plants in Indonesia
- Contracting models/options for Solar projects
Confirmed Speakers from:
- PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) Persero
- Mayer Brown JSM (Singapore) Pte. Ltd
- International Finance Corporation (IFC)
- PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
- Societe Generale Asia Limited
- OPIC (Overseas Private Investment Corporation)
- ReEx Capital Asia
- P.T. Star Energy
- ENGIE Lab Singapore
- Pinsent Masons
- Owl Energy
- Asia Green Capital Pte Ltd
- UPC Renewables Indonesia