“Indonesia’s Largest Solar Farm: Key Opportunities and Challenges”


Keynote speech :
Sugeng Suparwoto – Head of Comission DPR RI VII
(The People’s Representative Council)

Op & Clos Statement :
Eddie Widiono – Founder Prakarsa Jaringan Cerdas Indonesia (PJCI)

Chrisnawan Anditya – Director for Various New Energy and
Renewable Energy of MEMR
Yalim Ozilhan – South East Asia Director of EDF Renewables
Daniel Mallo – Managing Director / Head of Natural
Resources and Infrastructure, Asia Pacific,
Societe Generale

Moderator :
Irwanda Wisnu W – Researcher of Fiscal policy Agency
Adhityani Putri – Indonesia Smart Energy Society

Background :
Indonesia has an ambitious target to reach 23% of renewables mix in the total energy production by 2025. To achieve this target, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources stated that it will require an investment of approximately 37 billion USD. However, the recent trends indicate that in 2021 the investment target will be underestimated due to the COVID-19 crisis and lower interest in developing Renewable Energy (RE) projects in Indonesia. Development of the largest solar farm in Sumba has been voiced to accelerate RE mix target and attract investors to participate, but the main question still remains: why is it so difficult to develop and finance RE projects in Indonesia as of today?  

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