Why Early Retirement of Coal Power is Faltering in Southeast Asia
By James Guild
If the goal is to reduce emissions by shutting coal plants down early without breaking contracts, then someone needs to pay.
Indonesia’s Coming Geothermal Boom
By James Guild
The country has long experience with geothermal energy, making it one of Jakarta's preferred forms of renewable energy.
How Indonesia’s Green Energy Push Will Impact the Country’s Coal-mining Communities
By Media Wahyudi Askar
Jakarta needs to ensure that the dozens of villages reliant on the coal mining economy are not left behind by its renewable energy transition.
Indonesia Bans Coal Exports to Head Off Blackouts
By Sebastian Strangio
The move speaks to the political and economic importance of coal, and the difficulty Indonesia will have in organizing a transition to renewable energy.
A Turning Point for Renewable Energy in Indonesia?
By Massita Ayu Cindy and Vivi Fitriyanti
President Jokowi's administration seems poised to break through the regulatory bottlenecks that have long held back the country's renewable energy ambitions.
The Greening of Indonesia-Gulf Relations
By Diwangkara Bagus Nugraha and Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
While deeply rooted in oil and gas, energy relations between the Gulf and Indonesia are increasingly moving toward renewables like solar.
Indonesia’s Looming Energy Challenges
By Septia Supendi
As the country heads to elections next year, assessing progress of the government’s energy policies will be key.
Indonesia Could Run Out of Coal By 2033: Study
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A new report finds that the country’s coal reserves could be depleted in the next two or three decades.