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Kompas | Indonesia still has a lot of homework to do in the energy transition

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Some notes in the energy transition are preparing an integrated national energy plan, mitigating the impact of the energy transition on the fossil fuel industry, using low-carbon technology in the transportation industry, and considering the principle of equity during the transition period. According to Fabby, Executive Director of IESR, in this decade it is important for developing countries such as Indonesia to be able to achieve the decarbonization target of up to 45 percent. This can be achieved based on the IESR Deep Decarbonization study of Indonesia’s energy system.

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