Indonesia Renewable Power

27 Feb-01 Mar, 2017 - Jakarta

Le Meridien Jakarta

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Schedule at a Glance

27 Feb 2017 28 Feb 2017 1 March 2017

Pre-conference workshop

Optimal Thermochemical
Utilization
of your Agricultural Residues: Present & Future

Keynote Plenary Session 3rd Biomass & BioEnergy Asia Indonesia Renewables Power
3rd Biomass & BioEnergy Asia Indonesia Renewables Power

"Partnering Investment, Technology &
the FIT for Capacity Growth!"

Highlights:
  • Regulation Reforms in Feed-In Electricity Tariff (FIT) & Opportunities Arising
  • Enabling Renewables - PLN’s Snapshot & Projections
  • Navigating the Challenges in Land Access & Regulatory Uncertainty
  • Access to Project Financing & Investor’s Requirements for Bankability & Risk
  • Viability & Progress of Solar & Wind Energy in Indonesia
  • Developing Sustainable Hydropower Plant
  • Tapping on Distributed Energy & Energy Storage for Scalability
  • Technology Innovations to Accelerate Investment & Efficiency
Confirmed Speakers from:
  • PT PLN (Persero) 
  • PT Star Energy 
  • UPC Renewables 
  • Mayer Brown JSM
  • Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
  • PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance

Pre-Conference Workshop

Optimal Thermochemical Utilization of your Agricultural Residues: Present & Future 

27 February 2017 (10:00 am – 5:00 pm) 

(Separately Bookable)

  • Optimization of Dedicated Existing Thermal Assets Dealing with Agriculture Residues  (palm oil or sugar based, rice, etc)
    -  Current routes: improved dedicated combustion of biomass
    -  Future routes: pyrolysis and biochar, gasification
  • Optimization Through Biomass Upgrading: Upgrading Agri-Residues to Solid Bio-fuels
    -  Torrefaction, pyrolysis  and other ways to thermochemically valorize your residue streams
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13 Jan 2017
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Conference 

28 February – 1 March

USD1495 USD1195 USD1795 USD1495

Workshop

27 February

USD895 USD995

USD200 discount (per person) for payments made by MasterCard/Visa
Promo ends 13 January 2017

Workshop is open to conference participants only

News Feed

Indonesia to Boost Geothermal Power with synergy between state-owned PLN and Pertamina

Posted on : 21 Nov, 2016

 

Indonesian government is betting on renewable power to address its electricity needs. Recently, there have been reports of state utility PLN planning to acquire the state-owned Pertamina’s subsidiary Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE). The government plans to appoint a state-run energy firm that will look into geothermal development in Indonesia and meet the country’s energy mix target.

 

The acquisition is viewed to bring synergy between PLN and state-owned oil and gas company Pertamina and is likely to increase efficiency and eliminate duplication of investment between state-run energy firms.

 

Currently, Indonesia’s installed geothermal power plant capacity is only 1.5 GW. The acquisition will help PGE to make swift progress in geothermal development and meet the 7.2 GW target of installed electricity by 2025, or 23 percent of the total energy mix. The acquisition will also help eliminate competition and disputes over geothermal power prices.

 

The Small and Medium Enterprises Ministry has brought in financial consultant Danareksa to examine the technical aspects of the acquisition and final decision is expected by end of 2016.

 

More on geothermal power will be discussed at CMT’s Indonesia Renewable Power on 27 February- 1 March, 2017 in Jakarta.

 

For more information about the event, contact Ms. Grace Oh at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147.

 

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