Navigating solar snags in Southeast Asia: Land, bankability and regulation – SORSEA 2017

The case for solar remains strong in Southeast Asia since power demand is still growing rapidly in many of its markets, but traversing the unique regulations and policies of each country and knowing which PV segment is most suitable remains challenging. Here are some of PV Tech’s key takeaways from last week’s Solar and Off-Grid Renewables Southeast Asia (SORSEA) 2017 conference in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Indonesia’s second renewables regulation alleviates PLN’s tariff dilemma

Andre E. Susanto, senior vice president and founder, PT Inovasi Dinamika Pratama, explains how the new regulation requires all renewable energy-based power plants to sell electricity at or below the state-owned utility PLN’s prevailing generation cost.

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