JAKARTA (RambuEnergy.com) – The Indonesian Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry is inviting Poland investors to invest in the country’s energy sectors such as power, renewable energy and others.
Deputy Energy Minister Arcandra Tahar said at the Indonesia-Poland Business Forum on Thursday that Indonesia is willing to listen to the aspirations of the investors and help the investors including Polish business people to do business or invest in the country.
One of Polish company that is involving in a power project is Rafako, a subsidiary of PBG Group.
In June last year, the Indonesian engineering firm Rekayasa Industry, or Rekind, and Polish engineering, procurement and construction contractor Rafako, signed a partnership agreement to build a 2 x 50-megawatt power plant for Indonesian state-owned electricity company PLN, in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara.
The Rafako-Rekin partnership is expected to increase PLN’s power generation experience. This is in line with Rafako’s vision to connect Indonesia to the world and to help Indonesia meet its projected economic growth target.
On Thursday, Arcandra Tahar met with Polish business delegation led by Deputy Minister for Energy of Poland Grzegorz Tobiszowski. Grzegorz said that the Polish companies are interested to invest in Indonesia and is interested to follow the footpath of Rafako which is now involving in power plant project development in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. (*)