G20 Coal Subsidies: Indonesia
Indonesia provides significant support to coal-fired power production and consumption.
This country study and accompanying data sheet compile publicly available information on G20 subsidies to the production and consumption of coal (including coal-fired power) in Indonesia in 2016 and 2017. It is a background paper to the report G20 Coal Subsidies: Tracking Government Support to a Fading Industry and provides a baseline to track progress on the phase-out of such subsidies as part of a wider global energy transition.
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