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Cooperation Indonesia - Denmark, Make it Real, Simple, and Workable
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES
REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
PRESS CONFERENCE
NUMBER: 00156.Pers / 04 / SJI / 2017
Date: November 29, 2017

 

Cooperation Indonesia - Denmark, Make it Real, Simple, and Workable

 

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) in cooperation with the Danish Embassy in Jakarta organized the Clean Technology Roundtable Discussion at Raffles Hotel Jakarta on Wednesday (29/11). The discussion was a series of Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen's country visit to Indonesia. The discussion also involves representatives of governments and businesses from both countries, and is divided into energy forums and environmental forums.

In his speech, Rasmussen expressed the desire of Denmark to help Indonesia in the utilization of energy sources from EBT. "The current intergovernmental cooperation indicates that it will have an impact on Indonesia's cost-effective utilization of a large EBT source, and Denmark will be happy to help," Rasmussen said.


"I hope we will soon start cooperation in the energy and environmental sectors that will have a positive impact on Indonesia, Denmark and the world," Rasmussen added.


In the discussion, ESDM Minister Ignasius Jonan stated that Indonesia remains committed to the New mix and Renewable Energy (EBT) energy targets of 23% by 2025. "Indonesia is always committed to the energy mix (from EBT) of 23% by 2025. This not an easy job or easy goal, so far we have achieved less than 50% of that commitment and we will keep trying to achieve as much as we can, "he said.


According to Jonan, in discussions between these two countries, should not only discuss the general picture, but should make the discussion real. "Today's event should not only be a big picture or a milestone." My advice is to make it real, simple, and workable, "he said.


Jonan also advised that there are four things that must be considered to invest in Indonesia. "There are some things from hydro energy that must be considered, first is the size (capacity) the second is the location, the third is the tariff, and fourth is your decision to choose local partner. We will not direct who you should cooperate, but you choose your own local partners, "explained Jonan.


"I understand that Denmark has 40% of the wind energy source, this is huge, we have just started 3 projects for wind energy, 2 in South Sulawesi and 1 in South Kalimantan I get information from Ambassador (Denmark for Indonesia) that in Denmark, the tariff for wind energy is less than USD 4 cents / kWh.In Indonesia there are still many who do not believe that EBT energy prices can be cheaper than fossils, so if PLN's partners are ready with size plans, and tariffs, I can commit, "he added.


As is known, the wind power IPP tariff in Denmark, ie under USD 4 cents / kWh for onshore and under USD 6 cents / kWh for offshore. Denmark operates 40% of the total power plant with wind power. Renewable energy will continue to be more efficient and dominate competition with other energies.


Jonan again emphasized that this meeting should result in a real implementation, not just discourse. "So let's move forward as directed by President Jokowi yesterday that the implementation of the cooperation must be real, not only limited to meetings," said Jonan.


After the remarks from Jonan and Rasmussen, the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding "Economic Modeling of Load Dispatch" between PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara and Danish Energy Agency Embassy of Denmark.


Cooperation Indonesia - Denmark
Denmark is an important partner for Indonesia, and collaboration between Indonesia and Denmark has grown well, especially in the EBT sector. Previously, Indonesia and Denmark have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on October 22, 2015 ago. The MoU is a Cooperation in Clean Energy, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation.
In an effort to build renewable energy, Indonesia can learn from Denmark because the country has been successful in building renewable energy. By 2015, wind energy has contributed 42% of electricity production in the country. So far, the cooperation with Denmark has produced the Indonesia Wind Energy Potential Map which was launched in May 2017.


Tuesday (28/11) yesterday, the President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo has held a bilateral meeting with Rasmussen and has signed the Plan of Action 2017-2020 for closer cooperation. In the energy sector, Indonesia and Denmark will work together on developing energy projects, such as large-scale renewable energy projects and through Danish investment in Indonesia.


Head of Communication, Service Bureau
Public Information, and Cooperation
Dadan Kusdiana

 

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Head of Communications Bureau, Public Information Service and Cooperation
Dadan Kusdiana (08121002705)
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