Partnerships for Grid Integration of Renewable Energy

The Hawaii–Indonesia Experience

How Utilities Can Partner Internationally to Support Renewable Energy Expansion

Photo: Sarah Fretwell/USAID

The Energy Utility Partnership Program

“These exchanges have proven to be very useful for our utility companies involved because they were able to exchange their experience and learn from each other when new technologies in renewable energy are coming into the country.”
—Retno Sentianingsih, Energy Specialist, USAID Indonesia

For utilities around the globe grappling with the unique challenges of bringing additional renewable energy into the electric grid, nothing beats learning from the first-hand experiences of those who have already made the transition.

Indonesia @ Hawaii

USAID’s Energy Utility Partnership Program (EUPP) supports technical exchanges between utilities in the United States and counterparts in emerging markets. Through the EUPP, Indonesian government officials, engineers and grid operators have learned first-hand about the changes and innovations pioneered by Hawaiian Electric Company in its drive to achieve 100 percent renewable energy by 2045.

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Explore the features below to access the EUPP, tools and clean energy projects in Indonesia.

Last updated: January 22, 2016

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