The Indonesian Government last week introduced a new regulation setting the tariff framework for Indonesian renewable energy projects. Our strategic partner Baker McKenzie prepared a review of the new regulation.
Indonesia is increasingly starting to peak renewable energy investors’ interest. However, with unique opportunities come unique challenges inherent to the country. In our recent webinar, on Managing Risks in the Indonesian PV market, a number of essential technical and financial challenges were discussed that successful project managers cannot ignore.
In the last week of January 2017, the Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Ignasius Jonan issued the second ever comprehensive renewable energy regulation. In this article, Indonesian market insider Andre Susanto goes into the details of this new regulation.
We've compiled an overview of some of the most recent interesting headlines related to the Indonesian solar industry. Tempo.co reported on Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Ignasius Jonan's latest statement on the government's resolve towards reaching 23% of renewables in the energy mix by 2025.
The Indonesian government will likely reveal changes to its solar feed-in tariff (FIT) program in the first quarter of 2017 — potentially by the end of January — as it determines how to finance the scheme.
With strong economic growth levels expected to continue, ASEAN - the economic organization of 10 Southeast Asian countries - is fast becoming a major economic force in Asia and a driver of global growth.
Indonesia and the Philippines offer an attractive opportunity to develop solar. Demand for electricity is soaring in Southeast Asia’s largest nations, with high solar irradiance through the region. And as vast archipelagos with underdeveloped grid networks, there is potential to build decentralized systems. However, policy uncertainty has thus far weighed on development.
The solar market of Southeast Asia’s largest energy consumer has been relatively underdeveloped until now. A new decree from the energy ministry is set to change the situation and open the heavily government controlled solar market.