Jakarta – The Nusantara Capital City Authority (OIKN) seized the opportunity to engage potential investors at the prestigious Hannover Messe event, held from April 22 to 25, 2024, in Hannover City, Germany.

Achmad Jaka Santos Adiwijaya, Secretary of OIKN, highlighted the agency’s proactive approach in showcasing the progress of development and investment opportunities within IKN Nusantara. This marked OIKN’s second participation in the event, underscoring its commitment to fostering international partnerships.

Amidst discussions on development and investment, OIKN actively sought collaboration prospects focusing on transportation technology and environmental initiatives. Hannover Messe, renowned as one of the world’s largest trade and industry exhibitions, provided an ideal platform for such engagements.

With the theme “Energizing A Sustainable Industry,” Hannover Messe 2024 convened leading companies in mechanical engineering, electrical, digital industry, and the energy sector. Drawing participation from over four thousand exhibitors representing 60 countries, the event served as a nexus for innovation and collaboration.

For OIKN, Hannover Messe 2024 presented an opportune moment to align with investors prioritizing sustainable development. Adiwijaya emphasized OIKN’s commitment to the concept of a smart sustainable forest city, leveraging environmentally-friendly technologies for urban development.

The inauguration of the Indonesia Pavilion on the event’s first day, by Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, underscored Indonesia’s dedication to environmental preservation and advancement in renewable energy. Kartasasmita reiterated Indonesia’s strides in achieving milestones in the renewable energy sector, aligning with the overarching theme of energy transition at Hannover Messe.

As OIKN continues to forge alliances and showcase its sustainable vision on the global stage, Hannover Messe serves as a pivotal platform for catalyzing transformative partnerships and advancing the agenda of smart, sustainable urban development.