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Event card for "Indonesia's Energy Support Measures: Shifting support from fossil fuels to clean energy"

Energy sector support measures are one of the key economic policy levers that the Government of Indonesia can use to influence energy production and consumption. These measures, however, often come at a high cost to the public budget. Therefore, it is important for Indonesia to ensure that current fiscal policies are properly aligned with energy and climate objectives, such as 23% renewable energy by 2025 and net-zero emissions by 2060.

This webinar serves as a starting point for stakeholders and the public to discuss the flow of public funding in Indonesia’s energy sector as experts shed light on the current status of support measures for fossil fuels, renewable energy, and clean technology.

In addition to highlighting the incentives and support measures available for the energy sector in Indonesia, this webinar will also discuss relevant questions, such as:

  • Are these incentives helping or hindering Indonesia’s effort to improve access to clean and affordable energy?
  • Are incentives in line with energy transition policy objectives?
  • Are measures appropriately designed to provide social protections and reach those who need them most?

The webinar will also launch a first-of-its-kind report that provides an account of all the support measures available for various energy types in Indonesia, including coal, oil and gas, electricity, renewable energy, biofuels, and electric vehicles.


Opening Remarks

Lourdes Sanchez, Senior Policy Advisor and Lead, Indonesia, IISD

Presentation of Indonesia’s Energy Support Measures

Anissa Suharsono, Associate, Indonesia Energy Program, IISD

Panel Discussion

  • Andi Novianto, Assistant Deputy for Oil and Gas, Mining, and Petrochemical at the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
  • Thomas Capral Henriksen, Head of Energy Sector, Embassy of Denmark in Indonesia
  • Filda Yusgiantoro, Chairperson, The Purnomo Yusgiantoro Center, Republic of Indonesia
  • Paul Burke, Professor of Energy Economics and Project Convenor in the Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific, Australian National University

Closing Remarks

Philip Gass, Lead, Transitions, IISD