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Our Distributed Power Service has updated its Indonesia country report. 

Gas engine installations in Indonesia declined from about >400 MWe in 2019 (peak year) to about <100 MWe in 2020. Market decline is mainly a side-effect from the COVID-19 pandemic (downward pressure on GDP growth, electricity demand, government finances, and construction sector growth). The Indonesian market will remain a key global market nentheless and we expect recovery late-2021 onwards, as Indonesia’s gas grid becomes more comprehensive and B2G and IPP power plant projects get back on track.

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