Indonesia Clean Energy Forum (ICEF)

Introduction

Indonesia has a chance to join the wave of energy transition toward a low carbon energy system that is ongoing at the global level. The current 4D’s trend of decarbonization, decentralization, digitalization, and democratization on today’s power system presenting opportunities for the country to build cleaner, more resilient, cost-effective, and more secure power system, and avoid the risks of stranded assets of existing infrastructure in the near future.

In another side, current trends could bring threats to existing power system if it fails to be addressed properly. The failing cost of wind and solar power technologies, plus the declining cost of energy storage, have made these technologies become more cost competitive in generating electricity to conventional power plants. Their advancement presents serious threats to the conventional business model of the power industry. As these clean energy technologies become affordable by the consumer and easy to deploy as distributed generation, it could disrupt centralize and monopolistic structure of existing power supply system and causing stranded assets that could lead to potential financial catastrophe and a threat to energy security.

We, Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), believe that the opportunity and threats of 4Ds need to be anticipated and addressed properly through reforming policy and regulation, improve medium and long-term planning toward low carbon power system, reforming power sector industry, and adjust utility business model, as well as promote more robust private sector investment.

Nevertheless, those transformational changes require a political consensus of various stakeholders in the energy and power sector. This can be achieved through better knowledge and understanding of the key policymakers and stakeholders on the current trends and its consequences to Indonesia power sector. Policy makers need to make an informed decision based on accurate information, science and facts, and taking into consideration political economy realities.

For this reason, IESR initiated the establishment of Indonesia Clean Energy Forum (ICEF) since the end of 2017. ICEF is a platform of a constructive and fact-based dialogue to enhance understanding of energy transition and sharing best practices on policy, regulatory and institutional framework to support a just energy transition in Indonesia power sector. ICEF’s core member comprises of 25 prominent individuals from the various background.

ICEF intends to meet regularly to discuss policy issues under Chatham House rule and offer recommendations to key policymakers. In addition to the ICEF discussion, there is also an annual event, as part of ICEF’s activity, called The Indonesia Energy Transition Dialogue (IETD). IETD is hosted to share the idea and knowledge of, and build an understanding of energy transition to extended stakeholders. The grand launching of ICEF and IETDF 2018 is launched and opened by H.E. Ignasius Jonan, Minister of MEMR, on 15 November 2018.

ICEF Organizational Structure and Panel Members

To date, ICEF Panel Members comprise of 23 prominent individuals from the various background: government institutions, business, utility, think tanks, and experts. Prof. Dr. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, former MEMR’s minister and Head of Presidential Delivery Unit (UKP4), is the Chairman of Advisory Board of ICEF. In the operational works, Fabby Tumiwa acts as the Executive Director of ICEF.

The panel members are (in alphabetical order):

Chairman of Advisory BoardProf. Dr. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto
Executive DirectorFabby Tumiwa
Panel MembersAffiliation
Achmad FriscantonoExecutive Director of Indonesian Banks Association (PERBANAS)
Agus P SariCEO of Landscape Indonesia
Dr. Andy Noorsaman SommengAssociate Professor at the University of Indonesia
Dr. Arif BudimantaPresident's Special Staff in Economics
Bambang HarymurtiCommissioner of PT. Tempo Inti Media Tbk
Djoko Rahardjo AbumananStrategic Procurement Director 2, PT. PLN Persero
F.X. SutijastotoDirector General of New and Renewable Energy, and Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
Faisal BasriSenior Lecturer at the University of Indonesia
Felia SalimMember of the Board of Director of Indonesia Eximbank
Dr. Gigih Prakoso SoewartoPresident Director of PT. PGN Persero.
Heru PrasetyoSchool Advisory Council at the School of Business and Management (SBM) Bandung Institute of Technology
Hilmi PanigoroPresident Director of PT. Medco Energi International Tbk
Prof. Dr. Irwandy ArifMinister of Energy and Mineral Resources' Special Staff in Mineral and Coal Governance
Michael SumarijantoVice Chairman of the Indonesian Mining and Energy Society (BIMASENA)
Montty Girianna, PhDDeputy of Energy Management, Natural Resources, and Environment, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs
Dr. Nirarta SamadhiCountry Director of the World Resources Institute (WRI) Indonesia
Nur PamudjiChairman of the Board of Expert at the Indonesia Solar Association (AESI)
Rida MulyanaDirector General of Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
Rivana MezayaLecturer at the School of Business and Management (SBM) Bandung Institute of Technology
Dr. Saleh AbdurrahmanExpert Staff to the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources for Environmental & Spatial Planning
Prof. Suahasil Nazara, PhDVice Minister of Ministry of Finance
Tri MumpuniExecutive Director of the Institute of Business and Populism Economic (IBEKA)
Dr. Widhyawan PrawiraatmadjaSenior Lecturer at the School of Business and Management (SBM) Bandung Institute of Technology

ICEF is a program managed under the Energy and Power System Transformation

 

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