Denmark Interested to Develop Wind Energy in Indonesia

Dheri Agriesta    •    19 Oktober 2016 16:26 WIB
energy
Denmark Interested to Develop Wind Energy in Indonesia
Illustration (Photo: MI/Furqon)

Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Danish Ambassador to Indonesia Casper Klynge visited Vice Presidential Office on Wednesday (10/19).

Klynge talked about renewable energy with Vice President Jusuf Kalla. He said Denmark is interested to develop wind energy sector in Indonesia. 

"We see wind power potential in South Sumatra," said Klynge after the meeting.

"We also eye Kalimantan, Java and Sumatra," he continued.

Klynge explained Denmark is experienced in wind energy sector. The country produces most of its electricity from wind turbines.


(WAH)