Indonesia newly launched 35, 000 Mega Watt (MW) project on May 2015. The related infrastructure will indirectly provide jobs for at least 3 million people and provide the electricity to meet the domestic demand in the next five years. There are 210 power plants will be built under the program across Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, and other areas across Eastern Indonesia.
The Inaugural Indonesia Power Investment Summit 2016 will have more than 300 participants from both home and abroad to discuss hottest issues and challenges in Indonesia's electricity market. Key stakeholders from government agencies, state utility company, IPPs, contractors, financiers, and others concerned players will gather during the event.
We do look forward to welcoming you to Indonesia Power Investment Summit MAY 2016!