A just and accelerated retirement pathway to net-zero.
This research uses a structured methodology to develop a feasible plan and associated financing needs for retiring Indonesia’s coal-fired power plant fleet in support of national 2050 net-zero emissions and the global 1.5ºC target.
This report seeks to provide analyses and recommendations on green recovery measures that Indonesia can adopt to recover its economy post-pandemic, particularly through power sector initiatives, i.e. rooftop solar photovoltaics (PV), given its deflationary cost as well as its quick-to-deploy and labor-intensive nature.
This study aimed to explore the potential implications of the global and domestic climate and coal phase-out policies to the Indonesian economy, especially for the workers in the sector. It also aimed to examine the opportunities for economic transformation in coal-dependent regions and provide better welfare for workers.
The following is a collection of testimonials from Rooftop PV users in Central Java which is compiled in a booklet format by IESR and the Central Java Provincial Government. Testimonials were collected from users from various elements of society ranging from the general public, local governments, and companies in Central Java. Find information on what they have to say about PV mini-grid, motivation for adoption, financing, and procurement of rooftop PV 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.