Agung Marsallindo

Southeast Asia Energy Transition Project Coordinator

Agung Marsallindo is a Coordinator for Southeast Asia Energy Transition Project at the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR). Prior to joining the IESR, he worked in the Global Innovation Hub Division at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and also as a Researcher at the Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies (ISEP). These experiences have equipped Agung with research, advocacy, project management, and monitoring-evaluation skills in energy transition, energy policy, and climate change through international coordination projects and working with numerous governmental-level institutions.

Having a background in Political Science makes Agung have a strong analytical and interdisciplinary thinking in Politics and Policy Perspective on energy transition. He holds a Bachelor of Political Science (Specialised in Political Communication) from Universitas Andalas and a Master of Arts in Politics and Government (Specialised in Natural Resource Governance) from Universitas Gadjah Mada. Agung’s interest in these topics prompted him to write his most recent paper, “Politics of Technocracy: Indonesia’s Energy Transition in Power Systems,” which revealed the discourse of energy policy governance in Indonesia via the lens of the Three Dimensions of Power. 

In his leisure time, Agung enjoys reading books and practising different sports activities such as badminton, swimming, and running. 

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