The Power Of Collaboration: Suryalogix Explores Indonesia’s Unique Culture And Clean Energy


We Suryalogix have recently embarked on a visit to Indonesia with the aim of exploring potential collaboration opportunities in the renewable energy sector. Indonesia, being the fourth most populous country in the world and home to over 17,000 islands, presents a
great opportunity for renewable energy companies to invest in clean energy solutions to meet the country’s growing energy demands while reducing its carbon footprint.


During the visit, Our CSO Mr. Anil Suradkar had meetings with key stakeholders in the Indonesian renewable energy sector to discuss the potential for collaboration. The meetings focused on exploring opportunities in solar, wind, and hydro energy, among others.
SuryaLogix expertise in these areas could help Indonesia in its quest to achieve its ambitious target of generating 23% of its energy from renewable sources by 2025.


Indonesia has been experiencing a surge in demand for electricity due to its rapidly growing economy and population. The country’s energy mix is still heavily reliant on fossil fuels, with coal accounting for approximately 60% of its electricity generation. This has not only contributed to air pollution but also made the country vulnerable to fluctuations in global energy prices.

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During the visit, we were impressed by the innovation and creativity of the Indonesian people. From cutting-edge technology start-ups to traditional craftspeople, we saw first- hand how Indonesia is a hub of entrepreneurship and innovation. We were particularly
inspired by the commitment to sustainability that we saw in many of the businesses we visited. From eco-friendly packaging to sustainable farming practices, we were impressed by the dedication of these businesses to minimizing their impact on the environment.


In conclusion, SuryaLogix’s recent visit to Indonesia presents a significant opportunity for collaboration in the renewable energy sector. The potential partnership between the two entities could contribute to Indonesia’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and meet its
growing energy demands sustainably. With the Indonesian government’s commitment to renewable energy and Suryalogix’s expertise in the sector, this collaboration has the potential to transform the energy landscape in Indonesia and set an example for others.

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