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In 2022, Indonesia Needs to Strive in Pursuing Energy Transition Ecosystem Readiness

Jakarta, 21 December 2021 -  The unfavorable climate for renewable energy investment in Indonesia and inconsistent political commitments can hinder the achievement of the 23% renewable energy mix target by 2025. Until Q3 2021, the renewable energy mix is ​​still at 11.2%. The Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) views that the Indonesian government needs…

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Indonesia’s Energy Transition Overshadowed by Government Uncertainty

Jakarta, December 21, 2021 - Closing 2021, the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) has launched its annual report entitled Indonesia Energy Transition Outlook (IETO) 2022. Since 2017, IETO - previously called Indonesia Clean Energy Outlook (ICEO), has consistently explained the development of the energy transition in Indonesia in various sectors as well as provided…

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The development of the electric vehicle ecosystem needs to be accelerated. Fiscal incentives for electric two-wheelers and restrictions on conventional vehicles are key to successful EV development in Indonesia

Despite the Ministry of Industry targets to increase annual electric vehicles (EV) sales to 400,000 units (passenger cars) and 1,760,000 units (motorcycles) by 2025, the current EV adoption rate is still low, writes Idoan Marciano, one of the authors of the Indonesia Energy Transition Outlook (IETO) 2021 . By 2020, electric cars only reached…

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