Indonesia’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions is not sufficient to achieve the target of the Paris Agreement, in keeping the
Indonesia is considering how to reduce its growing greenhouse gas emissions. A moratorium on new coal power plants bodes well
Utility-scale solar procurement in Indonesia so far has been carried out sporadically, without clear scheduling, using individual one-off auctions (tenders).
IESR conducted market studies in Bali, Jabodetabek, Central Java, and Surabaya on the perception of households, the commercial sector, and
Coal as stranded assets: Potential Climate-related transition risk and its financial impacts to Indonesia banking sector
This report has two objectives. Firstly, to provide insight and raise awareness to the relevant stakeholders, especially policymakers and financial
IESR, Agora Energiewende, and LUT University are investigating this question by analyzing several pathways for Indonesia to reduce its
In recent years, the government has been aggressively encouraging the use of biofuel as one of the main alternatives
A geospatial assessment of Indonesia’s nationwide solar PV technical potential has been conducted using publicly sourced national and international data.
Indonesia has a large potential for floating solar power plants in quite extensive Indonesian waters, including Central Java Province. Moreover,