Coal & Metal Asia Vol.121 Article: Transforming Indonesia’s Energy Landscape: from Fossil Fuel to New and Renewable Energy
Our recent publication re: “Transforming Indonesia’s Energy Landscape: from Fossil Fuel to New and Renewable Energy.” was featured in Coal Asia volume 129.
Our power and renewables partner Kirana Sastrawijaya, and associates Angela Vania Rustandi, Davin Rizky Abdurahman, and Yorda Lazuardi discuss the energy trend in Indonesian market and the Indonesian Government’s strategies to shift to greener energy. The Government has a variety of plans in the pipeline – from phasing out coal-fired power plants to accelerating new and renewable energy development – in hope to achieve the 23% new and renewable energy target as well as zero emission by 2060.
This is an exciting time for Indonesia as we are witnessing a significant movement in energy sector both from the market and regulatory perspective. Numerous regulations are underway to boost new and renewable energy projects, such as regulations on co-firing, renewable energy purchase, carbon tax, carbon trade, and many more. Our article describes how the Government is planning to transition to new and renewable energy and some of the key challenges they have to take into consideration for a seamless transition.
Please access the article here: OPINI UMBRA
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