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The wind energy market in Asia is developing at a rapid pace. Taiwan, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam are now seriously focusing on (offshore) wind energy. Many Western companies are becoming active in these regions. Recently, the Indonesian government also indicated that it wants to take steps to omit coal as an energy source. Sustainable energy sources, including wind energy, are on the rise.

Indonesia’s wind potential

his year the first commercial wind farm in Sulawesi, the 75 MW Sidrap project of UPC Renewables, was opened by President Joko Widodo. Various onshore wind farms are being developed and constructed. If we look at the enormous economic growth of the country, the structure with its 17,500 islands and the wind supply, the potential of offshore wind is enormous and may add up to 13.5 GW. It is not so much the question IF but more WHEN this potential will be harvested. The first developments in this direction have started already.

WindDays Summit

Are you curious about the possibilities for Dutch businesses and more specifically for your company? As a side program of the State visit of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima and the trade mission headed by ministers Kaag, Van Nieuwenhuizen and Bruins, we are organizing a 2-day program that focuses on the potential of offshore and onshore wind in Indonesia for international stakeholders.

The comprehensive program offers opportunities for matchmaking with local companies and also includes introductions by Indonesian and Dutch representatives of the governments as well as from the business community. An exhibition space will also be created around the conference. Parts of the wind program will concur with the trade mission program on 10 March in Jakarta (e.g. kick-off meeting and trade dinner).

The specific side program for wind energy starts on Tuesday afternoon 10 March at lunch time and ends on 11 March at the end of the day. It will take place at the Kempinski Hotel in Jakarta. The preliminary program of the WindDays Summit can be found here*)

Are you interested to join?

The program is suitable for companies active in development, consultancy, investments & finance, turbine manufacturing, (offshore) installation & transport, ports & logistics, training & education, and suppliers with regional wind businesses who want to expand their activities to Indonesia. In view of the synergies with the maritime/marine & offshore industry, companies can choose to attend part of the program and/or attend with multiple staff members.

Dutch companies who are interested to participate in the trade mission & WindDays summit, can register through RVO via the link: before 19 December 2019

Instructions for completion of the registration form:

  • For the question regarding “sectorprogramma” choose “Maritiem & Integraal kust- en waterbeheer”
  • For the question regarding “reden(en) om deel te nemen aan deze missie?” choose: (h) other, WIND”

If you need help to fill out the form, it goes without saying that we are happy to provide assistance. For further information, sponsorship and/or other participation options in the WindDays Summit, please contact Daniëlle Veldman, NWEA,, +31 6 54 73 29 61


*) final program and line-up to be established subject to the final number of participants