PLN signs MoU with France-based hydrogen company; PLN ready to develop hydrogen power plant in Indonesia 

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The MoU was signed by PLN’s Director of Corporate Planning, Mr Hartanto Wibowo, and HDF CEO Mr Damien Havard.  Photo: PT PLN (Persero)

PT PLN (Persero), Indonesia’s state-owned electricity enterprise, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hydrogen de France SA (HDF Energy) to develop hydrogen technology in Indonesia on 18 April 2023.
This international collaboration is aimed at reducing carbon emissions of the electricity sector to contribute towards the 2060 Net Zero Emission Target.
During his speech, Mr Muhammad Oemar, Indonesian Ambassador to France, Monaco, Andorra and UNESCO, highlighted this cooperation between PLN and HDF as a way of addressing future increasing energy demand with renewable energy and innovative investment. French Minister of Foreign Trade Olivier Becht asserted France’s commitment to supporting Indonesia’s energy transition and expressed his strong support for HDF and PLN’s collaboration.
PLN’s President Director, Mr Darmawan Prasodjo, stated that both parties have mutual commitments to ensuring clean, reliable and affordable energy.
Through this collaboration, PLN intends to accelerate hydrogen technology development, while reducing dependency on fossil energy.
HDF is a France-based company that is a pioneer in hydrogen-to-power solutions.
HDF develops and operates high-capacity infrastructures to supply energy demand by utilizing renewable energy. — PT PLN (Persero)

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