Indonesia Energy Solution

Our business is dedicated to supporting the government of Indonesia's policy to achieve net-zero emissions by 2060, while also meeting the nation's energy needs for sustainable economic growth. Through a diverse range of energy solutions such as renewable energy development, new generation energy production & value chain creation, carbon management, and transition energy system development, we aim to make a positive impact on both the environment and the economy.

While we currently have thermal power assets in our portfolio, our primary emphasis is shifting towards the development and enhancement of sustainable energy infrastructures. As such, we constantly explore business opportunities related to renewable energy power generation facilities (hydro, geothermal, wind, solar, and biomass), energy storage systems (battery, and pump storage hydro), and peripheral infrastructures which support these systems (transmission line networks).

To pave the way for a sustainable social energy system in the future, we aim to also develop businesses in the field of new-generation energy (like biomass-derived fuels, ammonia, and hydrogen). Moreover, we're committed to advancing carbon management initiatives to realise a carbon-neutral economy. Our focus also extends to creating value chains that optimise the utilization of renewable energy.

Given the continued importance of natural gas in the energy transition narrative and considering its relatively lower carbon impact vis-à-vis other conventional energy sources, we remain open to exploring opportunities in gas-fired power generation and associated infrastructure projects. This approach will work to ensure energy security and continuity, while concurrentlly advancing our sustainable goals.


Sumitomo Corporation Group developed the Muara Laboh geothermal power project with a generation capacity of 85 MW in Indonesia which has been in operation since December 2019