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Bringing Cleaner Power Generation across Asia Pacific

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With innovative technology, smarter solutions, an expanded team, and new advanced facilities, INNIO Jenbacher is ready to help drive the transition to net-zero emissions across Asia Pacific. 

INNIO is a leading energy solution and service provider that empowers industries and communities to make sustainable energy work today. With our Jenbacher brand and our digital platform myPlant, INNIO offers innovative solutions for the power generation segment that help industries and communities generate and manage energy sustainably while navigating the fast-changing landscape of traditional and green energy sources. We are individual in scope, but global in scale. With our flexible, scalable, and resilient energy solutions and services, we are enabling our customers to manage the energy transition along the energy value chain wherever they are in their transition journey. A team of more than 3,500 experts provides life-cycle support to the more than 54,000 delivered engines globally through a service network in more than 80 countries.

More than 1,700 Jenbacher engines have been delivered in the Asia Pacific region, where the Jenbacher brand has been active for over 30 years. Our authorized distributors provide fast, advanced service throughout the region, and our myPlant Performance software helps our customers make smart decisions from anywhere at any time.

In this free webinar, Jenbacher energy experts from across the region will share the strategy, products, and solutions that can help you deliver cost-effective, cleaner energy to your communities and businesses. We’ll also detail the benefits of our new APAC Service Hub in Singapore.


We are honored to have Mr. Gatot S. Prawiro, M.Sc., CBDO (Chief Business Development Officer), Maxpower Group, join us for a special presentation on “Virtual Pipeline & Distributed Power: a solution”.


Gatot has founded and led 3 companies, enjoying the challenges and rewards of developing clean and renewable energy projects including being involved in an 120MW Waste to Energy project, a 7MW Tri-Gen Gas Engine Project, an 8MW PV Solar System Feasibility Study and Project Development initiative, and various MiniHydro and BioMass Power Plants.

In addition to Mr. Prawiro´s presentation, Carsten Dommermuth, Managing Director APAC, Vice President Jenbacher will give a key note speech entitled “The changing Energy Industry in APAC”, focusing on the main drivers for a sustainable development, LNG-to power Solutions and clean gas for the coal and oil to gas switch in the region, and how Life Cycle and Financial modelling can define the ROI for new power generation projects.

During the webinar we will also share with you the following case studies:

Case study -> “Turning Liquid Natural Gas Challenges into Opportunities “ – INDONESIA

As the largest archipelagic country in the world, Indonesia has more than 17,000 islands, so getting electricity to all Indonesians is a big challenge. The major islands (Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi) except Papua already have various types of power plants and a very adequate distribution network. To date, the outermost areas and smaller islands meet their electricity needs with diesel-fuelled power plants.

With the development of natural gas production in Indonesia, coupled with the expiration of the LNG supply contract to Japan by the Indonesian government, gas in Indonesia is now very abundant. Indonesia's natural gas reserves to date are 62.4 trillion cubic feet, with proven reserves of 43.6 trillion cubic feet. To address domestic needs, the government introduced a Domestic Market Obligation regulation that requires gas to be used as fuel for power plants, including for diesel-power displacement.

The latest 2021-2030 PLN Power Development Plan, combined with the Industrial and Mining sector, presents a potential total demand for about 700 MW of gas engine power plants in Indonesia, with typical capacity in the range of 10 MW to 20 MW per site. Jenbacher Types J620, J624, and J920 FleXtra are very suitable to fill this opportunity because of their footprint, efficiency, and emissions. The complementing issue is the need for micro/SS LNG infrastructure to deliver gas into these locations.

With this challenge, IPP developers, micro/SS LNG midstreamers, financiers, EPC/F and relevant others can join INNIO in presenting effective and efficient solution to address Indonesia’s immediate deployment of clean energy. Together, let’s turn this challenge into real opportunity.

This case study should especially interest power professionals in Indonesia, Australia, Myanmar, and the Philippines.

“Jenbacher is ready for Hydrogen” – Asia Pacific and Beyond

Power generation with hydrogen and carbon neutrality is on everyone´s mind these days.

It is a global transition that is centred on the transformation from a largely fossil-based to a low or even net-zero energy system. This implies strong growth of the well-known renewable power generation solutions such as the volatile wind and solar PV (RES). But maintaining a stable and steady energy supply requires a flexible backup solution, which can be provided by dispatchable power plants, ideally with flexible engines running on renewable gases. Jenbacher is well positioned as a thought leader on green energy sources, and in this presentation Dr. Payrhuber to take attendees through why Jenbacher engines are an excellent technology providing affordable distributed power and heat with high fuel utilization rates above 90% while running on a wide range of carbon free or carbon neutral fuels making them a dispatchable renewable energy source.

This case study should interest energy professionals in Korea, Japan, Indonesia, and Singapore.

“Drawing on experience – the biogas and special gas boom in Asia”

For a wide range of organic substances from agriculture, foodstuff or feed industries, anaerobic fermentation is a superior alternative to composting. Biogas – a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide – is created during anaerobic fermentation and serves as a high energy, renewable fuel that can be used as a substitute for fossil fuels. Biogas-fueled gas engines improve waste management while maximizing the use of an economical energy supply.

Jenbacher gas engine technology enables customers to realize the maximum economic and ecological benefits available from utilizing biogas for power generation. About 5,400 Jenbacher biogas systems with a total electrical output of approximately 4,800 MW have been delivered worldwide.

During this presentation, Jenbacher´s experts will share their knowledge about how biogas is created and utilized. Jenbacher will also present our biogas engine product and biogas reference projects in Asia.

This case study should be of special interest to people from Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia.


Carsten  Dommermuth

Carsten Dommermuth

Managing Director APAC, Vice President Jenbacher Gas Engines

Carsten Dommermuth is the Vice President and Managing Director for APAC for INNIO’s Jenbacher brand and based on Singapore. Carsten’s record of accomplishments within the international power plant and energy industry was gained during his more than 20 years in leadership positions within sales, after sales service, sales support, business, and product development at various major international energy companies. His responsibilities have included the development of the EPC and IPP business covering gas-to-power and LNG solutions as well liquid and gaseous biofuels and Hydrogen. Carsten holds a degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA in corporate management, as well as having studied project finance at Boston University.

Nyi Nyi  Htwe

Nyi Nyi Htwe

Senior Sales Manager Jenbacher Singapore

Nyi Nyi Htwe is the Senior Sales Manager for INNIO Jenbacher and based in Singapore. In this role, Nyi Nyi is responsible for New Unit Sales and Business Development for INNIO Jenbacher projects particularly in Myanmar, Singapore, and Philippines. He has over 15 years of diverse work experience in energy and power generation sectors, having both hands-on and technical sales experience in oil & gas upstream engineering, marine propulsion and generator sets, gas turbine/engine power generation and energy efficiency improvement projects. Nyi Nyi holds M.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) from National University of Singapore, and an MBA from University of Strathclyde, UK.

Made  Wahyu Wiratma

Made Wahyu Wiratma

Senior Business Development Manager Jenbacher Indonesia

Made Wiratma is Director of PT. Jenbacher Engines Indonesia and Senior Market Development Manager in Innio Asia Pacific Made started his career as system programmer & analyst then to international management consulting. With 30 years involvement in numerous government & private infrastructure related projects, his task covers strategic growth, market identification, initiation & capacity building, project development, partnership, solution advisory, financing, policy & regulation; to structure an analytical mapping of market development Made holds a degree in Mathematics & Computer Science from the University of Sydney and completed graduate studies in Operations Research.

Chan  Yimrattanaboworn

Chan Yimrattanaboworn

Technical Solution Director Jenbacher APAC

Chan Yimrattanaboworn is the Technical Solution Director for APAC for INNIO’s Jenbacher brand and based in Thailand. He has more than 29 years of experience and is an expert in energy business solutions focused on renewable energy, power plant technology, and natural gas power plants involving gas turbines, gas engines, biogas plant, heat recovery system, absorption chiller, and gasification systems. Chan possesses technical proficiency with gas turbines, gas engines, power plant development, and energy technology.

Dr. Klaus  Payrhuber

Dr. Klaus Payrhuber

Strategic Product Development - INNIO Jenbacher

Dr. Klaus Payrhuber has been working in the field of power generation since 1998. In 2009, he joined INNIO Jenbacher, where he currently holds a position as Marketing Manager. The focus of his position is on the use of gas engines in the various segments of power generation and in different application areas. Klaus is also responsible for strategic product development.

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