Warta Ekonomi | IESR Estimates That 5 GW of Coal-Fired Power Plants Will Not Be Able to Recieve Funding from China

Indonesia needs to anticipate the changing times in the coal industry, which is showing a global declining trend. In a seminar titled “Sunset of Coal-Fired Power Plants and the Coal Industry,” Fabby Tumiwa, Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), conveyed that coal is currently experiencing a significant decline.

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Fairplanet | Inside Jakarta’s Polution Solution

Cindy Silviana, 35, takes the TransJakarta Bus from her home to her office on a daily basis. She has been doing so for the past 20 years to avoid the cumbersome traffic and progressively worsening air pollution in the city. She also used to go for a morning walk before heading to work, but now avoids doing so due to the poor air quality.

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Tempo | IESR: Indonesia Needs to Learn from Denmark, Australia, and the USA in Energy Transition.

Program Manager for Sustainable Energy Access at the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Marlistya Citraningrum, stated that Indonesia needs to learn from the experiences of several countries in energy transition. These countries include Denmark, Australia, and the United States, which already have islands with 100 percent renewable energy.

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