Enel Signs MoU on Sustainable Power Generation in Indonesia With PT PLN Persero

Published on Friday, 3 June 2016

“Today’s agreement marks the beginning of an important partnership that recognises Enel’s commitment to develop an operational presence in Indonesia, the largest economy of South-East Asia. Together with PLN we are exploring opportunities in Indonesia across the range of power generation technologies. We are looking forward to start cooperating with this major player in a country with such an interesting outlook when it comes to its growing energy demand and abundant resources”

– Francesco Venturini, Enel Green Power CEO

Under the agreement, Enel and PLN will share useful information and experience both in renewables and conventional generation and will also be scouting for potential opportunities, especially in geothermal, hydropower, wind, solar photovoltaic for renewable energy and CCGT on the conventional front. Enel and PLN will also scout for potential opportunities in mini-grid technologies for the energy supply of remote areas and islands. The two players will implement the agreement through regular meetings, training, seminars, staff exchange, studies and research cooperation among other things.

PLN is an Indonesian government-owned utility, active in power generation and distribution. The company operates over 46,100 MW of generation capacity in the country.

In Asia, Enel owns a majority stake in BLP Energy, one of India’s leading renewable energy players. The company owns operating wind farms for a total capacity of 172 MW which produce annually about 340 GWh. Currently in Indonesia, Enel owns a minority stake in the mining company Bayan Resources.