HollySys participates in Indonesia Power Investment Summit 2016 in Jakarta, Indonesia

The 35, 000 Mega Watt (MW) project was launched in Indonesia on May 2015. The related infrastructure will creates jobs indirectly for at least 3 million people and provide electricity to meet the domestic demand in the next five years. There are 210 power plants built under this program across Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, and other areas across Eastern Indonesia.

The Indonesia Power Investment Summit 2016 (IPIS 2016) was held from 11th to 13th May at Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia. There are more than 200 visitors across Asia participate in the conference, to discuss about the challenges in Indonesia’s electric power industry. The key stakeholders come from various industries, such as the IPPs, contractors, corporate financiers, state utility company and even the government sector were gathered at the event.

HollySys is the official Silver Sponsor for IPIS 2016, has shown the Indonesian clients and partners on how to automate a power plant with total automation solutions. On 12th May, HollySys gave a speech on the main conference which addressed on plant digitalization, assets management, performance optimization, simulation and safety, also brought its isolated power grid unit control solution for Indonesia plants.

In addition, HollySys has a booth to exhibit its know-how in automation in power plant with its new upgraded LK series PLC, K series DCS and turbine controller products. Due to attractive references and abilities, many local end users and system integrators visited our booth to seek for long-term collaboration with us.


Left to right: Dora Lee – Marketing Manager, Gregory Chng – Regional Sales Director, Shao Baiqing – CEO, Peter Pei – Global Account Director, Fabio Nava – Sales Manager, Septi Maharani – Sales Manager


Visitors in HollySys in IPIS 2016


Products exhibited in IPIS 2016


HollySys’ Global Account Director Mr. Peter Pei giving a speech


HollySys’ Regional Sales Director Mr. Gregory Chng as the Conference Chairman to moderate the main conference