- Dissecting the upcoming 2017 RUPTL
- Trends of marine power plant and gas-peakers; will PLN buy more?
- New regulation on PPA and what to anticipate in future power projects in Indonesia
- Outlook of coal-fired power generation in Indonesia with regard to current coal reserves
- Coal supply for power generation; are Indonesian domestic users facing shortage on high-grade coal?
- Where to source high grade coal?
- New ruling on electricity tariff from coal-fired power plants; what has changed and its implications?
- Projects tender update and progress on 35,000 MW
- PLN current tender and procurement policies
- Understanding PLN's gas and LNG importation policy
- Who will be allowed to import LNG?
- Can IPP and non-IPP companies import LNG?
- Regassification terminal development; where PLN will build them?
- LNG import scheme?
- Main challenges in developing gas & LNG infrastructure
- LNG terminal necessity in Indonesia
- Utilization of CNG for power; how to make it work?
- LNG/CNG for power development; gas allocation policy for power generation
- CNG ships and terminal feasibility
- Transmission buildup in Kalimantan; will Indonesia export power massively to Malaysia?
- Renewable feed-in-tariff regulation amendment; when?
Ignasius Jonan, Minister of Energy & Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia
Luhut B. Pandjaitan, Minister for Maritime Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
Sofyan Basir, CEO, PT PLN (Persero)
Jarman, Director General of Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia
Rida Mulyana, Director General of Renewable Energy, MEMR
Supangkat Iwan Santoso, Director for Procurement, PT PLN (Persero)
Ginanjar, President Director, PT Jawa Satu Power
Mohamad Rasul, President Director, Sumber Segara Primadaya -- Sumber Segara Primadaya is developer of 562 MW coal-fired power plant in Cilacap, Indonesia
Priamanaya Djan, President Director, PT Priamanaya Energi -- Priamanaya Energi is developer of 2x135 MW in South Sumatera, Indonesia
Edgare Kerkwijk, Managing Director, Asia Green Capital
Anung Dri Prasetya, Director, PT Bukit Asam - Bukit Asam is developer of the 1860 MW coal-fired power plant in South Sumatera
Fazil Erwin Alfitri, President Director, Medco Power Indonesia - Medco Power is developer of multiple gas-fired power plant with total capacity more than 250 MW
Zainal Muttaqin, CEO, Cahaya Fajar Kaltim -- Cahaya Fajar Kaltim is developer of the 2X25MW coal-fired power plant in Embalut, East Kalimantan
Orhan Remzi Karadeniz, CEO, Karpowership
And many more
Indonesia Power Generation & IPP Summit is the country’s most influential conference & exhibition dedicated to advancing sustainable, reliable and competitive power generation business in Indonesia. The event continues to set the agenda for a discussion on the future of power generation business, technology and sustainability. Our conferences are carefully researched and designed to pinpoint opportunities for growth and profitability, and provide attendees with access to the best thinking, best practices, and innovations.
The Summit bestows a unique opportunity for those in the power generation sector to sit with their counterparts, corporate executives and government officials to address an issue critical to the future of this country’s power supply. The summit will gather opinion leaders from government, business and investors for a frank and forward-looking discussion about Indonesia’s electricity economy, its prospects for growth and the challenges it will face. Book your seat now.
Building a Better Scheme to Power Indonesia
Over the past 20 years, Indonesia has witnessed a tremendous leap on its power generation business. Although electricity demand remains robust and resources ample, a substantial increase in supply is not looking promising, while consumer’s thirst keep going up. It is inevitable for the country to add 5 Gigawatts every year at least, to maintain its economy running as expected, but policy certainty, clarity and stability has been deterred investments in the country’s power sector. Yet, the opportunities laid ahead are still interesting to dig in.
Indonesia Power Generation & IPP Summit 2017 will bring together senior representatives from the power developers, the smaller independents and national power companies with executives in the energy, utility and renewable sectors; together with policy makers, economists and academics to discuss and resolve the future of the power generation & IPP business; its regulations and framework, and provide some clarity on what it will look like 15 years from now.
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Indonesia Power Generation & IPP Summit is professionally managed and hosted by APLSI (Indonesian IPP Association) & Petromindo. APLSI is an association which its members are Indonesian power generation companies and is aimed to voice reform and improvement in the electricity sector. Petromindo is a long-standing event organizer in Indonesia which has tremendous experiences in wide range of energy-related events. Petromindo houses for wide range of energy and electricity-related information featuring local, regional and international databases with unmatched expertise and in-depth market knowledge.