Indonesia has enormous potential in the field of renewable energy, but, only 6-7% of the potential sources are already being exploited as yet. This small amount of exploitation has had an impact on the electricity shortages faced by Indonesia to date. The government is well aware of this situation, and continues to increase potential utilization of renewable energy in overcoming electricity shortage problems in Indonesia.
Early in 2017, the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) issued Regulation of the Minister of ESDM No. 12 of 2017 concerning the Exploitation of Renewable Energy Resources for the Supply of Electricity. Hopefully, the issuance of this regulation will increase the utilization of renewable energy.
HPRP Partner, Hendra Ong and Associate Lawyer, Abraham Sylvester Harryandi, have prepared a comprehensive article regarding the new regulation and the investment potential in the renewable energy based power plant in Indonesia.
Please download the article here: CAPTURING THE INVESTMENT POTENTIAL IN RENEWABLE ENERGY BASED POWER PLANTS IN INDONESIA
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