The story of Indonesia’s electric motorbike (hereinafter referred to as EV) industry is a thrilling one, and the bosses involved are trembling with fear and trembling as they interpret the story in the market and take every step out.
Your colleagues have pounced on the front and the back, and a group of investors from China have genuinely fought and bled for the Indonesian electric vehicle industry. Too many predecessors have sacrificed, and I hope that those who come after will be able to draw lessons towards success.
2020-2021 domestic and international storm clouds change, we know by heart the influencing factors will not be long-winded, let’s not talk nonsense, directly on the dry goods.
With over twenty years of EV manufacturing and marketing history in mainland China, China is undoubtedly the largest in the world in this industry, so large that there is no rival for that one.
Indonesia’s electric vehicle industry is not a success overnight, as the electric vehicle supporting factories, customs logistics, after-sales service team building, maintenance parts and so on all need to be perfectly matched to keep up. Moreover, Indonesia’s poor road conditions, rainy season, traffic congestion, policy direction, consumer habits and consumption ability all affect the promotion and use of electric vehicles. The tiger knows that there is a tiger on the mountain, but it is heading for the tiger mountain. In short, take the old road to no new place, where the Chinese want to do the project, there is no easy surrender can not be done, success is only a matter of time.
It is reported that Indonesian ride-hailing giant Gojek has announced a partnership with Chinese Taiwanese battery station manufacturer Gogoro to pilot a battery replacement programme for electric vehicles (EVs) in Jakarta. State-owned energy company Pertamina, which operates petrol stations across Indonesia, is also actively involved in the partnership. In the pilot test, Gojek and Gogoro and ECGO 2023 will build four battery exchange stations called GoStation at the Pertamina location. The two companies will also deploy 250 Gogoro smart scooters in Jakarta, which will be expanded to 5,000 in the future. Meanwhile the government has announced a target of 400,000 electric four-wheelers and 1.76 million electric two-wheelers to be on the road by 2025.