Mochammad Erwin Susetyo


Erwin holds a B.Sc. in electrical power engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) and more than 6 years of experience working for a consultancy services provider and an electrical equipment manufacturer. Within 2+ years in LAPI ITB he was involved in various projects covering power system design, detailed engineering design and calculation, power system simulation, and electrical equipment reliability assessment. Projects ranged from gas power plant, coal-fired power plant, and electrical facility inside infrastructure projects such as within an airport facility. For another 2+ years in Siemens, he was responsible at proposal and bidding stage for LV Switchgear and Busduct product for projects around Asia. The work entailed equipment design to comply with customer specification, perform technical clarification, releasing quotation, and negotiation with the client. Some notable awarded projects were from an oil and gas facility, industrial plant, an coal-fired & gas power plant, and an e-container for various purposes. He has been employed at Castlerock since January 2020 as a power engineer to provide expertise on electrical power systems. Since then, he has been working in various projects such as planning for conversion of diesel genset to renewable plants in rural areas, guideline creation for an RE quota system in Indonesia, development of charging infrastructure roadmap in Indonesia, assessing the impact of emission trading system in Indonesia, and verification agent for result based loan for a utility company in Indonesia. Having experienced different roles, he is familiar with various stakeholders in Indonesia including central and provincial government, state-owned company such as PLN (the largest utility company In Indonesia), and national and multinational private companies. He is also familiar with the usage of electrical power related software, from planning software such as PLEXOS & HOMER, to grid simulation software such as ETAP & Dig Silent Power Factory.