Energy Crisis in UK and Europe: Lessons learned for Indonesia’s energy transition
Clean, Affordable, and Secure Energy (CASE) for Southeast Asia (SEA) is a regional programme running in Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam. CASE’s objective is to change the direction of the energy sector in Southeast Asia to substantially shift towards an evidence-based energy transition, aiming to increase political ambition to comply with the Paris Agreement.
Through CASE Indonesia, we would like to organize a discussion with speakers from the UK, and Europe representative to discuss what happens and what are the lessons learned. Indonesia does not have winter and reliance on natural gas is still small. However, with more intermittent power plants (e.g. solar) are planned to be installed, the government looks at using gas-fired power plants to balance this intermittency. We also hope this discussion will help set the right direction for the Indonesian energy transition.
Agus Praditya Tampubolon
Dimitri Pescia - Programme Lead SEA Agora Energiewende
Dr. Gareth Davies - Managing Director Aquatera
Fabby Tumiwa - Executive Director IESR
William Derbyshire - Director Economic Consulting Assoociates (ACA) UK