Singaporean solar developer Sunseap has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Batam Indonesia Free Zone Authority (BP Batam) – which is the public authority responsible for the management, development, and construction on the island of Batam in Indonesia – for the construction of a 2.2 GW PV floating project at the Duriangkang Reservoir in the southern part […]
Indonesia’s potential to generate energy from the earth’s crust could solve its power problems and fire its ailing economy. But the country needs to do more to lure investors.
Indonesia is interested in investment opportunities in Cambodia in the agriculture, agro-industry, renewable energy, construction and real estate sectors.
Energy insurance business in Indonesia is considered to hold good prospects with ongoing production activities and a projected increase in consumption. Insurance protection business is also considered to be boosted by a production target of 1m barrels of crude oil per day.
Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Airlangga Hartarto, on Tuesday said he met with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and several ministers to discuss a number of issues, including investment and green energy.
JAKARTA — The rapid development of electric vehicles looks set to overtake the biofuel infrastructure that Indonesia is investing heavily in, and could render the country’s alternative-fuel model redundant, new projections show.
Denmark and Indonesia share the same ambitions to create a clean energy transition and the Government of Denmark and the government of Indonesia have committed to upscale the two nations’ energy partnership program INDODEPP over the next five years, the Embassy of Denmark in Indonesia shared in a recent update.
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian government is encouraging the conversion of biogas into bio-compressed natural gas (CNG) for use as a primary energy substitute for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), a senior official has said.
Indonesia, the second-biggest coal exporter in the world, is now taking more steps to reduce its dependency on “black gold” as it starts to consider clean energy.
GLOBAL decarbonisation will likely weaken Indonesia’s coal exports in the medium to long term, but this could be mitigated by a pickup in exports of base metals, Citi economists said in a July 6 note.