Partnerships for implementing energy efficiency and climate technologies

At more than 240 million inhabitants and with steady growth rates of over 6%, Indonesia is a highly promising market, whose industry sector is the driving force for the economic development and wealth of the country. Simultaneously, due to the fact that most power plants and industries in the country are still equipped with low-efficient technologies excessively emitting GHG, the industry sector is also an important contributor to Indonesia’s emission levels, which hence offers manifold opportunities for improvements.  

PAKLIM invites companies to cooperate closely in developing pilot projects that will allow private partners to realize their own interests in terms of e.g. launching innovative technologies in the Indonesian market, greening their supply chain, or implementing sustainable CSR measures, while at the same time contributing to the development of NAMAs (Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions) in the Indonesian industry sector (i.e. GHG reductions through an increase in energy efficiency, fuel switching, and/or major process modifications).  

The core of this approach is to bring German and international technology providers together with industrial firms in Indonesia who need and are interested in energy efficiency and/or climate technologies. The goal is to realize joint pilot projects starting from the planning to the implementation of the respective technologies, linked with possible financing programs/ instruments.  

Who should join forces with PAKLIM

Technology providers interested in entering the Indonesian market and applying innovative technological business models for industrial enterprises and/or industrial estates, preferably in the areas of:

  • Process heat/ heat recovery (CHP), co-generation
  • Efficient boiler and motor systems
  • Automatisation
  • Fuel switching
  • Renewable energy applications
  • Recycling, efficient material use

National and international companies already active in Indonesia and interested in:

  • Investing and jointly implementing innovative technologies and energy efficiency measures in their own production sites and supply chains.
  • Using their CSR funds and experiences for building new climate change business models and with this to help the local community and to become climate ‘champions’.

The focus of project implementation is on those industry sectors with particularly high energy intensity and great importance for the Indonesian economy. Specifically these are:

  • Cement
  • Iron and steel
  • Pulp and paper
  • Petrochemicals
  • Textiles


  • Networks and contacts to Indonesian ministries, public authorities and NGOs
  • Country-specific and intercultural know-how and expertise
  • Local project planning and management structures
  • Coordination, mediation, cooperation skills
  • Sustainable / “green” value chains


Markus Francke: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.