Indonesian state-owned oil and natural gas corporation Pertamina in collaboration with BMW Group Indonesia will present energy charging technology for future electric vehicles. It is working on Green Energy Station pilot project program (“GES”) as a new ecosystem for electric vehicles in Indonesia.
GES technology is intended to support the Government of Indonesia’s commitment to the Conference of the Parties 21th (COP21) in Paris in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and at the same time demonstrating Pertamina’s readiness in facing the global shift in the automotive world.
GES technology consists of three main concepts, namely the Green Concept which has a Solar Power Plant (PLTS) in the gas station area, secondly the Future Concept which has EV Charging Station, and the third Digital Concept where payment is in cashless gas stations with MyPertamina and equipped with self -service.
Pertamina Green Energy Station is based on the global shift in the automotive world from the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) to the Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) Plug-in and Electric Vehicles (EV), which are marked by changes in the use of gasoline into PHEV and EV batteries. This is predicted to be a substitution for filling fuel for vehicles currently run by Pertamin