AESI appoints new board, aims to fill 7-10 GW clean energy gap

Jakarta- The Indonesian Solar Energy Association (AESI) inaugurated its 2024-2027 board on Thursday, May 30, 2024, with Mada Ayu Habsari taking over as chairperson from Fabby Tumiwa.

AESI plays an important role in accelerating the development of the renewable energy mix through solar energy in Indonesia. The Director General of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Eniya Listiani Dewi, stated the importance of AESI’s support in achieving the 23 per cent clean energy mix target.

“The government needs AESI’s contribution to fill the shortfall of around 7-10 Giga in achieving this target,” she said.

In her statement, Mada Ayu Habsari emphasized the importance of collaboration in running the association. “We strive to embrace various parties, both within and outside AESI, to grow together in the development of solar power in Indonesia,” she said.

In addition, AESI also highlighted the importance of financial transparency and open communication in their new leadership. “We want to be a platform for members, especially the younger generation who are ready to take a role in clean energy development,” Mada added.

With a board composition that covers various sectors, AESI is determined to be the main pillar in Indonesia’s energy transition towards cleaner and more sustainable resources. With high spirit and commitment, AESI is optimistic about bringing Indonesia to a brighter future through solar energy. (Hartatik)

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