Webinar Series IGNITION #14 Crisis Management – Sharing of Experience/ lnitiatives of the COVID 19 Pandemic by HAPUA / JEPIC

PLN Indonesia is delighted to invite you to “Webinar Series IGNITION #14 Crisis Management – Sharing of Experience/Initiatives of the Covid19 Pandemic by HAPUA/JEPIC”. This event will be held on :

Day / Date     : Wednesday/ March 31st 2021

Time                : 09.00 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. (Jakarta Time GMT +7)

Agenda            : Crisis Management – Sharing of Experience/Initiatives of the Covid19 Pandemic by HAPUA/JEPIC

Media               : Zoom Meeting, Meeting ID 912 0474 2271 Password: PLNterbaik

For further information, please contact Ms. Diah Karima, Manager of Expert Develompment (mobile : +62817821016; email: diah.karima@pln.co.id)

We look forward to meeting you at the webinar, don’t miss it!

Best regards,
Organizing Committee of The HAPUA Webinar Series 2021

 

The 1st HAPUA Webinar Series 2021: Road to AMI Implementation

PLN Indonesia is proudly hosting The 1st HAPUA Webinar Series 2021 under the theme of Road to AMI Implementation : Progress, Lesson-Learned, Pre-and-Post Implementation on 10th of February 2021 from 9 AM – 12 PM Jakarta Time.

Please kindly register through the link below to join via Zoom Cloud Meeting to get access for live interactive discussion.

http://bit.ly/AMIWebinarRegistrationHAPUA

Alternatively, this webinar could be followed through YouTube using the link below.

http://tiny.cc/HAPUA 

We look forward to meeting you at the webinar, don’t miss it!

Best regards,
Organizing Committee of The 1st HAPUA Webinar Series 2021

RECENTS: ASEAN POWER SYSTEM OPERATORS WORKSHOP 2019 : Variable Renewable Energy (VRE) Source Integration

HAPUA Working Group 5 Brenchmark Class : Culture Leap Program 2019

PT PLN (Persero) – Indonesia is pleased to host and invite all members of HAPUA Working Group 5 to attend Benchmark Class: Culture Leap Program 2019 that will be held on:

  • Day, Date  : Tuesday-Wednesday, 15-16 October 2019
  • Place          : Jakarta City, Indonesia
  • Theme       : “Embracing The Corporate Culture: How to Activate Values in Creative Way”.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the following officers:

  • Diah Karima (Ms. Rima) – PT PLN (Pesero)

Email : diah.karima@pln.co.id, diah.karima16@gmail.com
HP : +62-81-782-1016

  • Anindya Prasetyani (Ms. Anin) – PT PLN (Pesero)

Email : anindya.prasetyani@pln.co.id, anindyape@gmail.com

HP : +62-856-9338-7753

Thank you and see you in Jakarta!

The 8th Meeting HAPUA Working Group No. 3 – Distribution and Power Quality & Reliability and Its Projects Meeting

PT PLN (Persero) hosted The 8th Meeting HAPUA Working Group No. 3 – Distribution and Power Quality & Reliability and Its Projects Meeting from 23-25 April 2019 at Bali Dynasty Resort, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia. This meeting attended by 8 ASEAN Countries. The purposes of this meeting is to monitor the progress of three Projects and formulated Working Group Plan of Action to be considered in the next HAPUA Working Committee.

Mr. Indradi Setiawan, Head of Maluku – Papua Regional Operation Division of PT PLN (Persero) as Focal Point HWG 3 Indonesia in his opening speech encouraged all of the participants to have an active and productive discussions, so that depth analysis and details can be produced for all issues for feasible solutions to the development of all HAPUA Member Countries.

Together with The 8th Meeting HAPUA Working Group No. 3 and Its Projects Meeting, in the same week there are also several HAPUA agenda that be held in the same venue. The 13th Meeting of the HAPUA Working Group 1- Generation and Renewable Energy, attended by 8 ASEAN countries and The 3rd Workshop of the Feasibility Study for ASEAN Multilateral Power Trade attanded by 9 ASEAN countries.

The HAPUA Council Members Joint Statement 2018

We, the Heads of ASEAN Power Utilities/Authorities, reiterate our commitment to contribute to strengthening ASEAN energy security and enhancing capacity building in the region, while taking necessary actions to preserve the environment and address climate-related challenges. We are specifically committed to:

  1. In pursuit of the integration of the ASEAN Power Grid (APG) to support optimal use of resources and economic integration, conduct a review of the lessons learned from the Phase 1 of the Lao PDR–Thailand–Malaysia-Singapore Power Integration Project (LTMS PIP) and assess the implementation plans for Phase 2 to include Singapore as well as the Lao PDR-Thailand-Myanmar power integration project;
  2. Towards establishing the market mechanism, institutions and interconnection infrastructure needed to advance multilateral electricity trade, complete the Feasibility Study for ASEAN Multilateral Power Trade in 2019 and synergise with the two other major APG studies, namely the studies on the ASEAN Power Grid Generation and Transmission System Planning Institution (AGTP) and the ASEAN Power Grid Transmission System Operator Institution (ATSO) as well as the ASEAN Interconnection Master Plan Study (AIMS III);
  3. Contribute to the achievement of the ASEAN renewable energy (RE) target of 23% by 2025, by among others examining the flexibility of the generation, transmission and distribution systems to respond to the increasing scale of RE penetration and strengthening programs on energy efficiency and conservation as well as exploring ways to deploy smart grid and digitisation technologies;
  4. Address the challenges to the utility industry arising from the convergence of power and telecommunications by embarking on technical, commercial and safety studies on the use of existing fiber optics in the power systems for telecommunications; and,
  5. Continue to enhance the competency of ASEAN Member States on the efficient production, delivery and consumption of electricity through collaborative trainings and providing avenues to share expertise and best practices.

Strengthening the Secretariat function as the Bridge of HAPUA

(Yogya/27 Feb) Indonesia hosted the HAPUA Country and Working Group Secretariat Gathering in Yogyakarta on 27 – 28 February 2019. The program was initiated by PT PLN (Persero) and attended by 7 ASEAN countries. This was the first program that gathered all Secretariats in order to strengthen their function as communicator to various HAPUA programs. The program produced the draft ToR of Secretariats, logo and video profile to be then used as the image branding of HAPUA. These initiatives will be proposed to the next HAPUA Working Committee in Singapore.
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Hot Martua Bakara, HAPUA Secretary-In-Charge welcomed the initiative to conduct the program. Bringing the theme “the bridge of HAPUA”, this program intended to strengthen the personal relations and communications among the Secretariats as the “bridge” to decision makers in the power utilities/authorities in ASEAN. “I hope that we can have same vision and mission in achieving our common interest for supporting energy sustainability of ASEAN regions, “said Bakara.
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Datuk Wira Roslan, Chief Corporate Officer Tenaga Nasional Berhad Malaysia second the importance of Secretariats as connector and resource persons. “To strengthen HAPUA, Secretariats must enrich themselves with adequate and comprehensive knowledge of the current issue faced by its organization and on regional level. HAPUA could better face challenges by strengthening the role of Secretariats, through being an important & vital link internally and externally,” said Datuk Wira.
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With the spirit of ASEAN solidarity and congeniality, Secretariats were also exposed to the hospitality of Yogyakarta through cultural dinner, visiting Borobudur temple, and Village Economic Hall / Balkondes Ngadiharjo that run by PLN CSR program. This program was also expected to promote Yogyakarta as the international tourism destination.

RECENT: 3rd Workshop Feasibility Study for Establishing Multilateral Power Trade in ASEAN Workshop – Presentation of Full Study and Draft Recommendations

3rd Workshop Feasibility Study for Establishing Multilateral Power Trade in ASEAN Workshop – Presentation of Full Study and Draft Recommendations that will be held on:

  • Day, Date     : Wednesday, 24 April 2019
  • Place             : The Bali Dynasty Resort, Bali, Indonesia

The 3rd ASEAN REGIONAL TRAINING ON RE GRID INTEGRATION

3rd ASEAN REGIONAL TRAINING ON RE GRID INTEGRATION that will be held on:

  • Day, Date         : Wednesday-Thursday, 27 February-01 March 2019
  • Place                 : Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Organised by   : ASEAN-German Energy Programme (AGEP)

RECENT: 2nd Workshop of the Feasibility Study for ASEAN Multilateral Power Trade

Workshop on Implications of Multilateral Power Trade for Regulators (2nd Workshop of the Feasibility Study for ASEAN Multilateral Power Trade) that will be held on:

  • Day, Date  : Wednesday-Thursday, 20-21 February 2019
  • Place          : Thailand