Progress and developments related to the energy transition in Indonesia are specifically reviewed in IESR’s flagship report which launched at the end of each year i.e. the Indonesia Energy Transition Outlook (IETO). The IETO is one of the main annual reports of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR). Published annually since 2017, IETO (previously entitled Indonesia Clean Energy Outlook – ICEO) aims to monitor the development and progress of the energy transition in Indonesia, as well as identify challenges and opportunities in the following year. This report includes policy analysis and review, status developments, as well as reports on specific topics.
Over the years, IESR has sought to increase the scope and accuracy of the IESR analysis in this report. This fifth edition of the IETO collects various perspectives from stakeholders in the energy sector and curates them with in-depth studies to deliver strategic analysis of how the energy transition to a low-carbon energy system is transforming in the country. The IETO also contains a report on the development of fossil energy in relation to Indonesia’s readiness to transition to clean energy and develops an energy transition readiness framework to evaluate the progress of the transformation carried out.
Through IETO, IESR intends to inform policymakers and all stakeholders in the energy sector about the effectiveness of policies and improvements needed to help accelerate the development and transition of clean energy in the country. By doing this, he hopes, Indonesia can ensure energy security, a competitive economy, and a transition to a sustainable energy system in the near future.