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Indonesia’s greentech Suryanesia secured $2 M from Intudo Ventures

Greentech company Suryanesia, headquartered in Indonesia, has received $2 million in early investment from Intudo Ventures.

Suryanesia, a company founded in 2021, provides its customers with solar power system finance, installation, operation, and maintenance.

The company is presently concentrating on commercial and industrial structures in Indonesia. Mall owners, FMCG companies, textile manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, plastics manufacturers, industrial products manufacturers, and furniture manufacturers are just a few of its clientele.

Rheza Adhihusada, a former consultant for Bain & Company, founded Suryanesia. Grant Adsit, a former executive at Colliers International, and Nikesh Shamdasani, the director of engineering at Sun Energy, were both enlisted to work for the firm.

Suryanesia intends to expand its operations and marketing teams by hiring more personnel with the new money. Along with other power generation technologies like wind power and battery storage, it also plans to enter the home solar energy market.




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