Expertise: Renewable energy

SSEK Recognized as Leading Firm for Indonesia in Chambers Global 2024

SSEK Law Firm was recognized as a leading law firm in Indonesia for corporate law and M&A, and projects and energy in the Chambers Global 2024 guide to the world’s leading firms and lawyers. Four SSEK lawyers received individual recognitions:   Ira A. Eddymurthy – Corporate/M&A Dewi Savitri Reni – Corporate/M&A Michael D. Twomey – SSEK Recognized as Leading Firm for Indonesia in Chambers Global 2024

SSEK Named Leading Law Firm for Multiple Practice Areas in New Legal 500 Rankings for Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm is recognized as a Tier 1 firm for four practice areas in the 2024 Legal 500 Asia Pacific directory of the leading law firms and lawyers in the region, underlining SSEK’s position as one of the elite law firms in Indonesia. SSEK received a top-tier ranking for:   Corporate and M&A IT, SSEK Named Leading Law Firm for Multiple Practice Areas in New Legal 500 Rankings for Indonesia

SSEK Contributes to Publication on Navigating the Net Zero Transition

SSEK Law Firm senior partner Ira A. Eddymurthy, senior associate Aldilla S. Suwana and associate Raisya Majory contributed the Indonesia chapter to a new publication, “Navigating the Net Zero Transition: Spotlight on Southeast Asia, Japan & the Republic of Korea.” The publication was the initiative of international law firm King & Wood Mallesons. “Navigating the SSEK Contributes to Publication on Navigating the Net Zero Transition

SSEK Again a Recommended Firm for Indonesia in Asia Pacific Green Guide

For a second consecutive  year, SSEK Law Firm is a Recommended Firm in the Asia Pacific Green Guide. Asia Pacific Green Guide 2024 is published by The Legal 500 to showcase key firms engaging with sustainability across the region. SSEK is one of only three firms recognized from Indonesia. The Asia Pacific Green Guide features SSEK Again a Recommended Firm for Indonesia in Asia Pacific Green Guide

Renewable Energy Consumption, Policy and General Regulation – Indonesia

Until mid-2020, the share of renewable energy in Indonesia’s total primary energy supply had only reached 10.9 percent. Coal-fired power plants still dominate the supply of electrical energy in Indonesia, while renewable energy power plants account for 14.69 percent of the total national installed power generation capacity. Hydropower and geothermal power account for a majority Renewable Energy Consumption, Policy and General Regulation – Indonesia

Upscaling Carbon Markets Across APAC – SSEK Contributes Indonesia Overview to New Report

Asia Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA) has released a white paper on “Upscaling Carbon Markets Across APAC,” the first report of its kind focused on the Asia-Pacific region. SSEK foreign legal advisor Michael S. Carl and senior associate Aldilla Stephanie Suwana contributed an overview of Indonesia to the report. “Upscaling Carbon Markets Across Upscaling Carbon Markets Across APAC – SSEK Contributes Indonesia Overview to New Report

Climate Regulation – Indonesia

Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Climate Regulation 2024 Climate Regulation is a quick reference guide covering the main climate regulations, policies and authorities; national emission levels, limits and emission reduction projects; emission allowances and trading; energy and non-energy sector regulation; renewable energy consumption, policy and general regulation, including carbon capture and storage; climate matters Climate Regulation – Indonesia

Renewable Energy – Indonesia

Mondaq Renewable Energy Guide The Mondaq Renewable Energy comparative guide provides an overview of some of the key points of law and practice, including utility-scale renewables projects, distributed generation projects, taxes and incentives, financing structures, competition, disputes and more. Download Mondaq Renewable Energy – Indonesia.

Indonesia Renewable Energy Update: Overview of Carbon Trading for Power Plants

Presidential Regulation No. 112 of 2022 on the Acceleration of Renewable Energy Development for Electricity Supply set in stone Indonesia’s energy transition strategy. Not long after that, at a G20 event, the Government of Indonesia declared its participation in Just Energy Transition Partnership as a platform to finance the decommissioning of Coal-Fired Power Plants. In Indonesia Renewable Energy Update: Overview of Carbon Trading for Power Plants