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At the 72nd National Electricity Day Conference and Exhibition that takes place on September 28-30, 2017 at the Jakarta Convention Center, “We are showcasing our solutions to support the digital transformation of the energy sector in Indonesia,” stated Bernaud Stuckart, Head of the Power and Gas Division of PT Siemens Indonesia. Siemens' strategic goal is to help the energy sector in Indonesia to overcome challenges with technology and solutions along the entire energy conversion chain that increase efficiency and reduce costs – from the utilization of fossil resources for power generation and transportation to improvements in consumption as well as localization.
To help ensure an efficient and reliable power supply, the SGT-400 – a modularized gas turbine can generate 12 megawatt electricity with the opportunity to convert it into combined cycle. It is very easy to install and suitable for Indonesia’s industrial sector, oil & gas sector, as well as to be installed in remote areas. The SGT-400 Gas Turbine package can be locally manufactured with 75% local content without the core engines. In the field of power generation services, My Advisor can help optimize rotating equipments such as turbines and compressors by identifying potential improvements like power increase and emissions reduction to reduced operating cost through greater efficiency.
A reliable power supply is a key factor in a country’s economic stability. Siemens adds a new dimension in power grid reliability and efficiency by showcasing the Process Bus based on SIPROTEC for the digital substations technology. From conventional protection technology to the process bus that offers many advantages for protection technology. With over 100 years of experience, the Siemens protection relay and control technology offers a reliable, proven, dependable and durable technology for all areas.
Siemens have been present in Indonesia since more than 160 years ago. Our technologies help to support Indonesia’s infrastructure in energy, manufacturing, transportation, as well as healthcare. Over the past 20 years, Siemens invested more than EUR 200 million in Indonesia. More than 11% of the country’s power is generated with Siemens technologies. We invest significantly in high quality training and education to increase value-add of our facilities in Indonesia for the production of power plant components and medium-voltage switchgears, protection & control panels. Today, these factories have excellent quality standard to produce reliable products at a competitive price. Not only these factories are doing export worldwide, they also provide an excellent foundation to support local content of the government’s fast track projects.
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EuroCham Indonesia was present in the 4th Asia-Europe Transport Ministers’ on 26-28 September 2017 in Bali, Indonesia. The ASEM Meeting discussed "Bridging Europe–Asia through Integrated Transport Connectivity–Synergizing Regional Strategic Plan: Towards Modernized Transport Connectivity and Greener Urban Transport." EuroCham Indonesia was visited by The Indonesian Minister of Transportation, Budi Karya Sumadi; the EU Commissioner for Transport, H.E. Violeta Bulc; and Brunei Darussalam Minister of Transport. The meeting was attended by 38 countries and 5 international organisation (ASEAN Secretariat, Asia-Europe Foundation, European Union, UNECE and UNESCAP). There were 15 Transport Ministers attending with total delegation of 251 people.