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, it is a great time to 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 webinar, K&L Gates’ Marius Toime and Mott MacDonald’s Philip Napier-Moore and Nonthi Cherdsanguan explore the key issues shaping the commercial, regulatory and technical investment landscape of Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest market.
The session covers:
- 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
This event is sponsored by K&L Gates Straits Law LLC, a Singapore law firm with full Singapore law and representation capacity, and to whom any Singapore law queries should be addressed. K&L Gates Straits Law is the Singapore office of K&L Gates, a fully integrated global law firm with lawyers located on five continents.