The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded consultant firm, Tetra Tech, Inc., a five-year’ US$38.8 million Sustainable Energy for Advancing Resilience (USAID SINAR) contract to support Indonesia in delivering reliable and sustainable energy services. The chairman and CEO of the company, Dan Batrack, commented, “We look forward to continuing to use our expertise to create resilient energy solutions for the people of Indonesia.”

Indonesian government targeting to achieve its sustainable development goals (SDGs) in the energy sector, including expanding and improving energy services and increasing use of renewable energy resources. The country is among the world’ top-ten natural gas and coal producers, and has abundant solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal resources, with a commitment to move toward a low-carbon future.