Swedish energy to Indonesia

Swedish energy to Indonesia
This week the government signs a new energy deal with Indonesia. The aim is to open the doors to more trade and according to Energy Minister Ibrahim Baylan there is great potential. The minister is leading a delegation of Swedish companies visiting the country.
“Indonesia needs to invest in its energy sector, both to meet the Paris Agreement and to deal with environmental problems and a growth in demand for energy. Sweden has come a long way in its restructuring and many of our solutions can hopefully contribute, as well as leading to new business opportunities,” says Ibrahim Baylan. He also says that Indonesia is one of the priority countries for Sweden’s export strategy.
Around 20 Swedish companies are joining the delegation including Ericsson, ABB and ÅF but also a number of smaller players, including solar panel manufacturer Exeger.

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