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ELECTRIC MOBILITY : FUTURE INDONESIA TOWARD ZERO EMISSION BUSES IN THE CITIES

Date: Nov 11,2021
From: INAPA 2022

ELECTRIC MOBILITY : THE READINESS INDONESIA TOWARD ZERO EMISSION

 

Global automobile sector is advancing towards an Electric Vehicle (EV) revolution and Indonesia considered EV as a priority on the Indonesian investment list. Indonesia has an ambitious plan to become a major player in the global EV market and has created $ 17 billion roadmap for this particular sector. Indonesia holds more than 22% of the world's nickel reserves, and the government's commitment to reducing carbon emissions (29% by 2030) and growing public interest in clean vehicles make Indonesia an ideal environment for electric vehicle manufacturers.   

In order to accelerate the spread of electric vehicles, the Indonesian government makes a roadmap for electric vehicle development by 2030. The goal is to reach 600,000 electric vehicles production by 2030 for four or more wheels and a maximum of 2.45 million for two-wheeled vehicles. “The production of electric vehicles is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 2.7 million tons for four-wheeled vehicles or more and 1.1 million tons for two-wheeled vehicles.

ASEAN is a promising electric vehicle (EV) market. The Asia Pacific low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV) market is expected to reach 71.8 million units by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.6% during 2018-2025. The massive development of electric vehicle in Indonesia was attracted Top Automotive Companies to set up electric car factories in Indonesia like Toyota, Mitsubishi, Hyundai and Honda. Especially for Hyundai - apart from building an electric car factory in Indonesia - also formed a consortium consisting of Hyundai Motor Company, KIA Corporation, Hyundai Mobis and LG Energy Solution to cooperate with PT. Indonesian Battery Industry or Indonesia Battery Corporation (IBC).

The IEA`s The Role of Critical Minerals in Clean Energy Transitions report states that Indonesia has a great opportunity as a first class player in the world`s EV industry. Indonesia could dominate the hub for EVs that supply the needs of the ASEAN region by 2030 because it has significant sources of nickel, cobalt, and copper, which are essential for the manufacture of EV batteries. According to the IEA, Indonesian nickel accounts for about half of global production growth over 2025.

 

Indonesian's COVID-19 Update

Covid-19 in Indonesia experienced an improving trend. Covid Positivity Rate has fallen below 1% which is lower from the WHO's benchmark standard of 5%.  Indonesian government has shortened the quarantine period for fully vaccinated foreigners to 3 days. In the near future, quarantine should also be removed for entry into Indonesia.  

 

Exhibition, a great platform for Re-imaging and Re-branding

EV Indonesia 2022 is a sub-event of INAPA that focused on electric vehicle, technologies, component and EV Manufacturing solution. This show will be held from 23 - 25 March 2022, at JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta (hybrid event). EV Indonesia 2021 presents an opportunity to feature the latest trend and technology for Electric Vehicle Manufacturing solutions including battery, electrical powertrains, component, IT Systems, material, equipment and services. It will be notably serving as one of the ASEAN’s most prospective one-stop platform for automotive industry.

INAPA 2022 & EV Indonesia 2022 will be held in hybrid (physical & online). Hybrid exhibition is a perfect platform that combines physical and virtual exhibitions. It has a wider reach as it can accommodate global markets only by digital and make it easier for visitors to interact or connect with exhibitors through digital platforms.

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