Energy

PLN Seeks To Lead Private-Aimed

PLN is eyeing a lead role in the 2,500 remote villages electrification program, a project initially aimed at the private sector. The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry is working on a ministerial regulation that would allow private companies to set up off-grid power plant projects in remote villages, 2,376 of...

TITAN PARTICIPATED ON NATIONAL ELECTRICITY DAY EXHIBITION ON 28 – 30 SEPTEMBER 2016

Commemorated Indonesia’s National Electricity which held every year on 27th of October, Titan Infra Energy participated on the National Electricity Day exhibition event organized by Masyarakat Kelistrikan Indonesia (MKI) on 28 – 30 September 2016 at Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). Opened by Indonesia’s Vice President Mr. Jusuf Kalla, said...

Indonesia Targets 5.3% of GDP Growth in 2017, After Achieving 5.18% in Q2 2016

The economic growth of Indonesia in Q2 2016 shows significant improvement compare to Q1 at the same year. The growth recorded faster than expected 5.18% in first quarter due to higher commodity prices and stronger consumption. National Development Planning Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro said that Indonesia has to make extra effort...

Indonesia Will Have Its Largest Coal-Fired Power Plant

Indonesia will go ahead with construction of what is set to be its largest coal-fired power plant in Batang, Central Java next year, a senior government official has said, downplaying opposition from environmental groups and the local community. Developers have struggled to acquire the approximately 200 hectares of land needed...

Should Indonesia Build Nuclear Power Plant Immediately?

The Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Learning Education, Mohamad Nasir, said Indonesia must immediately build a nuclear power plant to meet the electricity needs of 60,000 megawatt by 2025. “A nuclear power plant must be given serious consideration,” he argued as reported by Antaranews. He pointed out that the trend...

Indonesia Has Sufficient Number of Nuclear Experts

The Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Mohamad Nasir, said Indonesia has a sufficient number of nuclear experts to develop the technology. Indonesia has several universities which have study programs in nuclear science and engineering, the minister pointed out here on Tuesday. “The Bandung Institute of Technology has engineering...