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Mongabay | Indonesia still clinging to coal despite phaseout pledge, new plan shows

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By 2050, coal’s share of the energy mix will fall to 38%, while new and renewable energy will go from 16% in 2019 to 43% in 2050. But it’s far from being ambitious, as 38% coal is still significant and not in line with the government’s goal to phase out coal completely by 2055, according to the IESR. It’s also an increase from the initial energy projection in an earlier draft of the long-term strategy, which saw coal making up 34% of Indonesia’s energy in 2050.

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