â€śHarnessing the Sun: Potential and Challenges
In the Indonesian Solar Power Marketâ€ť
Energy Nusantara hereby would like to share all the presentation materials from German-Indonesian Solar Energy Day that was held on 30 April 2012 in Ritz Carlton, Jakarta, Indonesia. Mr. Fuadi Nasution of Energy Nusantara was part of the organizing committee of this remarkable event.
The development of the solar power market in Germany is a success story. In not more than 10 years, German companies have developed some of the most and successful technologies worldwide, with every third solar panel in the world being manufactured in Germany. Con-sidering that Indonesiaâ€™s solar radiation is 50% higher than in Europe, the potential of the solar energy market in Indonesia is obvious.
Under the motto â€śHarnessing the Sun: Potential and Challenges in the Indonesian Solar Power Marketâ€ť, the one-day workshop will offer new insights on solar power development in Indonesia and facilitate know-how and technology transfer.
Indonesia is the most important economy in Southeast Asia. Rapid economic growth and increasing domestic demand require a reliable and sustainable energy supply for industry and households. So far, power generation is heavily dominated by the use of fossil fuels, leading to increased dependence on fuel imports.
Due to Indonesiaâ€™s geographical characteristics as the worldâ€™s largest archipelago country, decentralized PV electrification approaches will be in the focus of todayâ€™s event. In general this â€śGerman-Indonesian Solar Energy Dayâ€ť will focus on the identification and specification of needs and opportunities within the solar photovoltaic (PV) market in Indonesia. Indonesian know-how and German high quality technology are considered to be a promising combination in tapping the market for on-, off- and mini-grid solutions, hybrid systems and other innovative PV solutions.
The event will take place at Hotel Ritz Carlton, Mega Kuningan, in Jakarta on the 30th of April 2012. Within the framework of the â€žrenewables â€“ Made in Germanyâ€ś initiative the workshop is jointly organized by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fĂĽr Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and the German-Indonesian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (EKONID).
During the workshop the specific needs and opportunities for solar photovoltaic (PV) development in the country will be discussed. The event addresses high level participants from governmental institutions as well as the private sector. Qualified experts and professionals will share know-how from their respective field to address the potentials and challenges within the Indonesian solar market.
LIST OF PRESENTATION MATERIAL
Solar PV promotion programs in Indonesia
Dr. Sjachdirin, Sub-Head of Engineering and Environment, Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
Appropriate incentives scheme for Solar PV market development in Indonesia
Mr. Rahmat Gobel,Â Chairman, Indonesian Renewable Energy Society (METI/IRES)
Regulatory framework conditions for solar-energy in Germany
Mr. Jan Knaack, BSW/German solar PV association
Solar guidelines as a stimulation of solar project development
Mr. Robert BrĂĽckmann,Â Eclaeron GmbH/Renewable Energy Consultancy
Financing instrument for solar PV: Lessons learnt from Germany
Mr. BjĂ¶rn Thies,Â Director, KfW Indonesia
The Role of the state utility company in promoting Solar PV in Indonesia
Mr. Moh Sofyan,Â Renewable Energy Division Head, PT. Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN)
Experiences with PV-diesel-hybrid systems: a scalable, reliable & economical solution
Mr. Nils Szymczak, IBC Solar AG
Status of Solar power technology development in Indonesia and opportunities for cooperation with Germany
Mr. Andhika Prastawa,Â Director of Technology Center and Conservation, Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT)
Meeting Indonesiaâ€™s needs: Successful solar technology solutions
Mr. Nurachman,Â Secretary General, Indonesian Solar Module Producers Association (APAMSI)
PV Inverter technology for on-grid, off-grid and back-up applications
Mr. JĂ¶rg Fischmann,Â SMA Solar Technology AG
Customizing solar systems for maximized quality and performance
Mr. Olaf Fleck, Sunset Energietechnik GmbH
Ensuring efficiency and reliability in autonomous energy supply system
Mr. Stanley Wong, Phocos AG
Bringing solar projects on the ground: A case study from a project developer
Mr. Chayun Budiono,Â Director, PT. Gerbang Multindo Nusantara (GMN)
Bright Indonesia â€“ 4 pillars to achieve independent power and sustainable well-being
Mr. Alexander Kaub, Inutec Solarzentrum GmbH
Project planning and financing: Performance and budget optimization in an integrated approach
Dr. Gabriel Peter Salgo, Wirsol Solar AG
High-quality, longevity and profitability of projects: Thinking one step ahead
Mr. Thomas Steinke, Landmark Power Concepts GmbH
Worldwide sunny perspectives
Mrs. Jana Von Axleben, RERI PV.tv
How GIZ can support concrete project implementation
Dr. Rudolf Rauch,Â Principal Advisor, GIZ Indonesia