Jannata (Egi) manages the Energy Transformation program to support the energy transition process in Indonesia towards universal and sustainable access in low carbon energy systems.
He has seven years of experience working in climate change, energy, and environment issues.
Prior his position at IESR in 2017, Egi, previously worked as Low Emission Development Strategy (LEDS) Coordinator at Indonesia Clean Energy Development (ICED) Project USAID. He has also been worked as an individual consultant at UNDP Market Transformation through Design and Implementation of Appropriate Mitigation Actions in the Energy Sector (MTRE3) Project as well as GIZ Policy Advice for Environmental and Climate Change (PAKLIM).
His professional career began in the fourth year of his undergraduate studies in Bogor Agricultural Institute as an apprentice at the Indonesia National Council on Climate Change (DNPI). Egi’s contribution to DNPI continued until June 2014 before he joined the USAID ICED Project.
In 2016, Egi was awarded a New Zealand ASEAN Scholarship to undertake a postgraduate study at the University of Auckland. His Master of Energy focused on the energy, sustainability and environment studies. In addition to the career, Egi was also a lecturer at Podomoro University.
Some of Jannata Publications:
- A Roadmap for Indonesia’s Power Sector: How Renewable Energy Can Power Java-Bali and Sumatra (Feb 2019)
- IESR Indonesia Clean Energy Outlook: Reviewing 2018, Outlooking 2019 (Dec 2018)
- Igniting a Rapid Deployment of Renewable Energy in Indonesia: Lessons Learned from Three Countries (Nov 2018)
- Energy Transition in a Nutshell: 8 Q & A on the German Energy Transition and Its Relevance for Indonesia (Nov 2018)
- Planning the Electrification of Rural Villages in East Nusa Tenggara Using Renewable Energy Generation (Mar 2018)
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