Fabby Tumiwa has been working extensively on energy and climate change issues for more than fifteen years. His expertise is in energy policy and regulation, renewable energy technology and economics and organizational development. He has been carrying out studies and analysis on energy and electricity policies in Indonesia and global level.
Fabby has contributed to several articles in media concerning his thoughts in renewable energy and beyond, he also speaks at major National and Global forums or conferences.
He is also a member of the Indonesian delegation for the International conference on climate change and provides analysis and inputs related to funding and mitigation actions, a member of the climate finance and international negotiation working group on the national climate change council, a member of the Indonesian Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF) and a member of the Sumba Iconic Island taskforce under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.
Fabby was a fellow of LEAD (Cohort 12) and and Eisenhower in 2009.