Indonesia’s Energy Policy Briefing | July 2020
This edition focuses on measures undertaken in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and related to subsidies to fossil fuels, the power sector, and renewable energy. Current estimates predict that the COVID-19 crisis will significantly impact Indonesia’s economic performance and the energy sector in the country.
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