Implementation of a Just Energy Transition in Indonesia
The Indonesia Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) aims to accelerate power sector emissions reductions by mobilizing an initial USD 20 billion of public and private funds to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy and move away from coal.
This webinar explores how Indonesia’s JETP can be implemented and how international climate collaboration can support it. The event addresses the equity considerations of the energy transition and provide tools for policy-makers, investors, non-governmental organizations, and companies to align with the Paris Agreement, along with the principles of common but differentiated responsibilities. The event offers expert insights on Indonesia’s JETP priorities and how policies and financial mechanisms developed through this process can help to achieve Indonesia’s net-zero target by 2060. The webinar also examines how JETPs in general can support the early retirement of coal power plants and the modernization of the electricity grid, as well as scale up renewable energy deployment.
The recent IISD Navigating Energy Transitions report conducts an unprecedented analysis of the most influential modelled pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5°C. This event contextualizes findings from this report in terms of global and national energy priorities in Indonesia. Following the presentations, panellists reflect on the intersection of global energy pathways with key Indonesian policy areas and their own research. This is followed by a moderated panel discussion on the potential for the upcoming National Energy Policy to raise ambition and accelerate the energy transition.
Anissa Suharsono, Associate, IISD
Presentation of Global 1.5°C Scenarios
Olivier Bois von Kursk, Policy Analyst, IISD
Intervention on Indonesia’s JETP Priorities
Satya Widya Yudha, Member of the Board, National Energy Council of the Republic of Indonesia
Intervention on Indonesia's Long-Term Vision for a Renewable Energy System
Deon Arinaldo, Program Manager Energy Transformation, Institute for Essential Services Reform
Anissa Suharsono, Associate, IISD
- Moekti Handajani Soejachmoen, Executive Director, Indonesia Research Institute for Decarbonization
- Ekha Yudha Pratama, Head of Advisory Division, PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero)
- Olivier Bois von Kursk, Policy Analyst, IISD
- Satya Widya Yudha, Member of the Board, National Energy Council of the Republic of Indonesia
- Deon Arinaldo, Program Manager Energy Transformation, Institute for Essential Services Reform
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