The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through its Indonesia Clean Energy De...
ICED II and USEA successfully held Utility Executive Energy Partnership (UEEP) Reverse Visit to Indo...
On January 18, 2018, the first U.S. – Indonesia Energy Day took place. The event was co-hosted by Mi...
What is ICED?
The Indonesia Clean Energy Development II (ICED II) project began in 2015 and is the second phase of the United States for International Development (USAID) clean energy program in Indonesia. ICED II works with national and regional government agencies, the national utility (PLN), private sector project developers and suppliers, banks and financial institutions, and other stakeholders in opening the market for renewable energy projects and technologies in Indonesia.
Indonesia warms up with lithium-ion battery innovations
The development of electric vehicle (EV) technology in Indonesia is still in its infancy and hindered by the conflicting plans of decision makers. Until they come out with more workable plans, researchers are working on one of the most vital components: the battery. Even major EV players the United States, Europe and Japan, which Indonesia …