Building Sustainable Indonesia - Opportunities in Green Buildings, Solar and Energy Efficiency

Monday, 9 March 2020
AYANA Midplaza Jakarta, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 10-11, Jakarta 10220, Indonesia

This workshop will be discussing recent trends and opportunities for sustainable buildings and renewable energy in Indonesia. The materials in the workshop will cover the technical, policy and commercial aspects of these technologies and their adoption. The workshop will highlight the latest technologies, business models and best practices, with the Singapore government and industry stakeholders sharing case studies in implementation.

By the end of the workshop, the participants should be able to have:



08:30 - 09:00


09:00 - 09:10

Welcome Remarks & Introduction to Workshop
- Overview & objectives

09:10 - 10:00

Panel discussion: Market Opportunities for Green Buildings and Renewable Energy

-Government Initiatives and Regulations

-Overview of sustainability trends in Indonesia

-Market opportunities for green buildings and renewable energy

- Singapore’s experiences and efforts to becoming sustainable



1. R. M Soedjono Respati, Chairman, Indonesian Energy Conservation and Efficiency Society (Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia, MASKEEI)

2. Directorate General of New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM)

3. Iwan Prijanto, Chairman, Green Building Council Indonesia (GBCI)

4. BCA

Moderator: Christophe Inglin, SEAS Vice Chairman, Managing Director, Energetix Pte Ltd

10:00 - 10:30

Tea / Coffee Break

10:30 - 11:15

Introduction to Climate Change and Low Carbon Technologies
- What technologies are involved?
- What is the current status of technology
- What are the developmental aspects of technology
- Low Carbon energy generation sources overview


Nilesh Jadhav, Director, Qi Square Pte Ltd

11:15 - 12:00

The Future of Green and Smart Building

12:00 - 13:00


13:00 - 13:45

Building Energy Efficiency Technology Roadmap

-R&D pathways to improving energy efficiency within the building stock via technology improvements and policy recommendations

-Technological focus areas integral to building energy efficiency

-Sharing of case studies


Vincent Low, Chairman - Energy Efficiency Committee, SEAS & Vice President, G-Energy Global Pte Ltd 

13:45 - 14:30

Solar Photovoltaics - Introduction
- What is PV and how does it work?
- Comparing PV technologies – what is suitable for the city?
- Due diligence on PV manufacturers


Christophe Inglin, SEAS Vice Chairman, Managing Director, Energetix Pte Ltd

14:30 - 15:30

Solar Financing and Business Models
- Calculating PV energy yield and simple payback periods
- Urban PV design
- New technology enables new business models.
- Fundamental research supports new technology
- PV business innovation example


Christophe Inglin, SEAS Vice Chairman, Managing Director, Energetix Pte Ltd

15:30 - 16:00

Case Study - Microgrids


Tianhe Qin, Head - Microgrid, Eigen Energy

16:00 - 18:30

Business Matching & Networking

About the Speakers

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Christophe Inglin

SEAS Vice Chairman
Managing Director, Energetix Pte Ltd

Mr Christophe Inglin has over 23 years of experience in the field of photovoltaics. He is currently the Managing Director of Energetix Pte Ltd. He is also on the council of SEAS as vice-chairman. Christophe holds a BSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Surrey in England, and an MBA from INSEAD in France.

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Nilesh Jadhav

Director, Qi Square Pte Ltd

Mr Nilesh Y. Jadhav is a passionate clean energy professional, industry influencer, entrepreneur, expert trainer and facilitator. Nilesh is a Singapore Certified Energy Manager (SCEM) and has over 20 years of diverse industry experience. He is also a published author of the book titled ‘Green & Smart Buildings: Advanced Technology Options’ and has written several other recognised research papers. His award-winning start-up venture ‘Qi Square’ uses scientific modelling and data-driven tools to optimise green building performance and operations in the long-run using the ‘Digital Twins’ concept. 

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Vincent Low

Chairman – Energy Efficiency Committee, SEAS
Vice President, G-Energy Global Pte Ltd

Vincent Low is the Co-Founder & Vice President of G – Energy Global Pte. Ltd. (Singapore). He is also a Qualified Energy Service Specialist (QuESS) accredited by National Environment Agency(NEA) & Building Construction Authority(BCA) and Certified Green Mark Professional (Cert. GMP) accredited by Building and Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore. G-Energy Global has been involved in the energy and system performance for clients in Singapore and Southeast Asia. He is also the Deputy Chairman for Energy Efficiency Committee (Sustainability Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS).

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Iwan Prijanto

Chairman, Green Building Council Indonesia (GBCI)

Since October 2018 Iwan has been appointed as Chairperson of GBC Indonesia. Iwan is also the Chairperson of Ikatan Ahli Bangunan Indonesia (IABHI) and serves as CEO and Principal strategic master planner at PT DEX Solusi Transit, a sustainable urban development company specialized in infrastructure and urban redevelopment and public domain facilities.

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R.M Soedjono Respati

Chairman, Indonesian Energy Conservation and Efficiency Society (Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia, MASKEEI)

R.M. Soedjono (Jon) Respati is a senior and long-time activist in Clean Energy Development. He is currently Chairman of the Indonesian Energy Efficiency and Conservation (MASKEEI), a position he has been holding since 2014. The organization is in partnership with the government promoting national efforts in energy efficiency and conservation in all sectors of the economy. MASKEEI holds conferences, workshops, seminar, discussions and capacity building programs dedicated to promoting and finding solutions in energy efficiency and conservation issues.

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Tianhe Qin

Head – Microgrid, Eigen Energy

Tianhe Qin has 5.5 years in Renewable Energy, specializing in engineering and project management for both local and regional projects. She has 3.5 years of technical experience specifically in off-grid sector in South East Asia, managing engineering team for design and execution of multiple projects across Indonesia. Tianhe also led technology team in developing software and hardware solution suite for microgrid monitoring and management optimization.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, NTU in 2014.

Organisers & Supporting Partners

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The Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) represents the interests and provides a common platform for companies in Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Carbon Management, e-mobility, smart grids and Financial Institutions to meet, discuss, collaborate and undertake viable projects together. The Association is a non-profit, non-government business association, and its mission is to assist its members in achieving sustainable growth locally and regionally through business and market development. SEAS plays a strategic role in supporting and promoting Singapore’s vision to be a global centre for sustainable energy, where products and solutions are developed and exported. For more information about what the association does and its services, please visit

Enterprise Singapore

Enterprise Singapore

Enterprise Singapore is the government agency championing enterprise development. Our vision for Singapore is a vibrant economy with globally competitive Singapore enterprises.

International Enterprise Singapore and SPRING came together on 1 April 2018 as a single agency to form Enterprise Singapore. Our mission is to grow stronger Singapore companies by building capabilities and accessing global opportunities, thereby creating good jobs for Singaporeans.

We work with committed companies to build capabilities, innovate and internationalise. We also support the growth of Singapore as a hub for global trading and startups. As the national standards and accreditation body, we continue to build trust in Singapore's products and services through quality and standards.

Visit for more information.

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Green Building Council Indonesia

Green Building Council Indonesia (GBC Indonesia) is an independent organization established in 2009 by professionals in design and construction industry who are concerned about green building practices. The main focus of GBC Indonesia is to pursue the socialization and transformation of sustainable green principles, particularly in building construction industry in Indonesia.

In organizing its activities, GBC Indonesia collaborates with all building stakeholders, including professional, government and private sectors. GBC Indonesia have 4 main programs, there are: market transformation, training & education, green building certification and stakeholder engagement.

GBC Indonesia is an Established Member of World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), where the head quarter is in Toronto, Canada.



MASKEEI (Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia) or IECES (Indonesia Energy Conservation and Efficiency Society) is an organization comprised of individual and organizational members whose common vision and mission focuses on achieving national energy security and resilience for sustainable growth in Indonesia through the implementation and practice of Energy Conservation and Efficiency measures MASKEEI/IECES represents the interests of those who care for promoting, developing and conducting efforts in energy conservation and efficiency in receiving the deserved attention and proper response from the government and society. MASKEEEI provides a platform for promoting ECE throughout Indonesia, through various efforts and activities involving business players, policymakers, academics, energy professionals, energy consumers, and other relevant stakeholders.

Formally established in 2014, MASKEEI's had its roots from the Forum Komunikasi Masyarakat Hemat Energi (FKHME, The Communications Forum for the Energy Saving Society), an organization established in 2001 with the purpose of promoting energy conservation and efficiency with a national campaign of awareness raising program. Recognizing a potential in recent socio-economic development in Indonesia, an existence of momentum to advance and reactive earlier efforts of FKHME, and a desire to become stewards in guiding the nation toward energy security and resilience for sustainable development, the founders of FKHME along with many new supporters declared MASKEEI on June 4, 2014, as the new name of FKHME at the EDTKE CONEX - a Conference and Exhibition of the New and Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation, organized by Directorate General of New Energy, Renewable and Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resource (EBTKE/ESDM) in Jakarta.