Solar, Energy Storage and EVs: An Update on the Opportunities and Challenges of Indonesia's Energy Transition
With the Indonesian government recently introducing its biggest regulatory bonanza in decades, the 'Omnibus Law' and its regulations, we will take a closer look at the implications for investors and the broader prospects for Indonesia’s energy transition, with a focus on solar, energy storage and EV charging infrastructure.
In this session, K&L Gates’ Marius Toime and Mott MacDonald’s Philip Napier-Moore and Nonthi Cherdsanguan will explore the key issues shaping the commercial, regulatory and technical investment landscape of Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest market.
The session will cover:
- The 'Omnibus Law' and its implications for Indonesia's solar, energy storage and EV sectors;
- Investor opportunities and structuring considerations, and how to accelerate the investment case;
- New innovations and technologies for solar, energy storage and EV charging infrastructure: key highlights and opportunities for Indonesia's energy sector; and
- Summary of key technical challenges and recommendations for solar, energy storage and EV charging infrastructure development in Indonesia.
- Raja Bose, Partner, K&L Gates