Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement
Lost Password?
The performance of the textile and garment industry in 2016: Exports fell 1.9% while domestic garment consumption rose 2.2%.

Find millions of selling leads from around the world,now!
Featured Company
Pollyfin Canggih, PT

Data & Statistic
  Indonesia Manufacturing Export Import Data
  Performance of Indonesian Textile Industry and Textile Products ( Kinerja Tekstil Indonesia ) 2017

Special Feature
  Texprocess presents ‘Digital Textile Micro Factory’ for the first time
Home arrow Latest News arrow Electrical Regulation Back Trimmed, It's The Association's Response

Electrical Regulation Back Trimmed, It's The Association's Response PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 21 February 2018

The Association of Indonesian Private Electric Manufacturers (APLSI) welcomes the steps of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) to simplify regulations in the electricity sector.


Nevertheless, the association considers that the regulation that is being cut down is still not touching the regulation that has been considered to complicate the business world.


"I see it is still less substantive because we are more important to the rules such as arranging power purchase agreements, tariffs, and others," said APLSI Daily Chief Arthur Simatupang


According to him, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources needs to review the regulation on power purchase agreement. The reason is basically a power purchase agreement is a bilateral agreement between PLN and the developer so that the agreement should be generated from the negotiation process.


"Like the sale and purchase agreement, is it true that ESDM should arrange in such detail because it is bilateral," he said.


Currently, the association is still reviewing and inventorying what regulations are deemed necessary to be cut. The results of the study will be the input of the association to the government.


Today the Ministry of ESDM re-simplifies the regulation by revoking 22 regulations that are considered irrelevant and hampering the investment process. A total of 51 regulations are simplified to only 29 regulations comprising regulations in the oil and gas subsector (from 10 to 7 regulations), electricity (2 to 1 regulation), minerba (6 to 1 regulation), EBTKE (6 to 2 regulations), and SKK Migas (27 to 18 regulations).



Regulasi Listrik Kembali Dipangkas, Ini Tanggapan Asosiasi


Asosiasi Produsen Listrik Swasta Indonesia (APLSI) menyambut baik langkah Kementerian Energi Sumber Daya Mineral (ESDM) menyederhanakan regulasi di sektor ketenagalistrikan.


Namun demikian, asosiasi menilai regulasi yang dipangkas masih kurang menyentuh regulasi yang selama ini dinilai mempersulit dunia usaha.


"Saya lihat masih kurang substantif karena kami pentingnya lebih kepada aturan yang seperti mengatur perjanjian jual beli listrik, tarif, dan lainnya," ujar Ketua Harian APLSI Arthur Simatupang


Menurutnya, Kementerian ESDM perlu mengkaji kembali aturan mengenai perjanjian jual beli listrik. Pasalnya pada dasarnya perjanjian jual beli listrik merupakan perjanjian bilateral antara PLN dan pengembang sehingga semestinya kesepakatan dihasilkan dari proses negosiasi.


"Seperti perjanjian jual beli, apakah betul ESDM harus mengatur sedemikian detail karena itu kan bilateral,"katanya.


Saat ini, asosiasi masih mengkaji dan menginventarisir regulasi-regulasi apa saja yang dianggap perlu untuk dipangkas. Hasil kajian akan menjadi masukan asosiasi kepada pemerintah.


Hari ini Kementerian ESDM kembali menyederhanakan regulasi dengan mencabut 22 regulasi yang dinilai tidak relevan lagi dan menghambat proses investasi. Sebanyak 51 regulasi disederhanakan menjadi hanya 29 regulasi yang terdiri dari regulasi di subsektor migas (dari 10 menjadi 7 regulasi), ketenagalistrikan (2 menjadi 1 regulasi), minerba (6 menjadi 1 regulasi), EBTKE (6 menjadi 2 regulasi), dan SKK Migas (27 menjadi 18 regulasi).


More Latest News & Recent
West Java Textile Industry Declines
Four Indonesian designers light up 2019 New York Fashion Week
Pan Brothers (PBRX) expects a stable exchange rate
The Textile and Fashion Industry of Indonesia's Future Economic Growth Drivers
Ministry of Industry Targets 2019 Textile Exports to Grow 13%
Latest Selling Leads
Printmate 2017-10-27
Label 2017-04-07
Canvas Fabric 2016-04-29
Women Underwear 2016-03-21
Latest Buying Leads
Twill Pants 2017-04-07
All Finish Fabric 2016-03-21
Cotton Waste 2014-02-03
Cotton Waste 2014-02-03
Anne Patricia Sutanto
Vice CEO
PT. Pan Brothers Tbk.
Application for a Willingness to Be Resource Person


 | Home | About Us | Contact Us | Organization Link | Our Publication | Advertisement | Sitemap | Web Impression | CSR | Term & Condition  | 
Copyright © 2008, All rights reserved by CV. Gaindo Pratama Indonesia.