Pondera and Pertamina develop wind power in Indonesia

Pertamina NRE and Pondera Development BV, based in the Netherlands, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop wind power plants in Indonesia.

Both parties agreed to focus on a collaboration in the development of wind farms in several regions as part of the MoU. Strategic, technical, and commercial cooperation are all part of the collaboration.

Indonesia has a lot of potential for wind energy. According to a study by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources’ Research and Development Agency (KESDM), several locations in Indonesia have potential for wind power plant development, including the southern coast of Java, South Sulawesi, Maluku, and East Nusa Tenggara, with average wind speeds of 8 m/s in June, July, and August.

Wind power plants are expected to reach 255 MW by 2025, according to the National Energy Mix (BEN).

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