JAKARTA (RambuEnergy.com) – China’s Golden Concord Limited (GCL) has expressed its interest to invest in solar power development in South Sumatera, Indonesia.
On Tuesday (Jan. 10), South Sumatera governor H. Alex Noerdin received a courtesy call from GCL board of executives to discuss the plan.
They discussed about setting up a cooperation to develop solar power plant in Tanjung Api-Api Special Economic Zone (SEZ), South Sumatera.
GCL was represented by President of GCL Company Fei Zhi, Vice President GCL Company Huang Yue Yuan and Roger Goh, Startegy Invesment GCL Company Steven Jiang, International Business Department of GCL Company Cloud Jia, as well as CEO of PT DEX Indonesia Indea Putra.
Golden Concord Holdings Limited (GCL) an integrated energy company, specializing in clean and renewable energy. It is one of the largest photovoltaik producer in the world.
“Tanjung Api-Api is a strategic spot, easy to access from anywhere, including Singapore,” Alex Noerdin told local media.
“We will follow up this cooperation and will soon sign an MoU (memorandum of understanding),” said Alex.
The government has set target that renewable energy will contribute 23% to the country’s energy mixed by 2025, from less than 5% at present. Solar power is expected to contribute to reach this target. (*)