Indonesia Submits Plan on How it Will Spend $20 Billion on Clean Energy Transition
By Victoria Milko
The Just Energy Transition Partnership aims to accelerate the country's transition to renewable energy over the coming decade.
The High Stakes of Indonesia’s $20 Billion Just Energy Transition Partnership
By Scot Marciel
Last November, the U.S. and its partners promised to supercharge the country's green energy transition, but their efforts are already facing obstacles.
MSMEs: The Key to Indonesia’s Decarbonization Efforts
By Hasintya Saraswati
Without support for small businesses, the country will struggle to achieve its ambitious climate goals.
Indonesia’s $20 Billion Energy Transition Partnership Takes Shape
By James Guild
The Just Energy Transition Partnership has laid out a roadmap to net zero, but many details are still only vaguely sketched.
Indonesia Signs Deals to Accelerate Clean Energy Transition
By Niniek Karmini and Sibi Arasu
The agreements were an important step for the country, a major exporter of coal that has abundant green energy potential.
Will Indonesia Go Green at the G-20?
By James Guild
The country's green energy goals have so far been aspirational, but political will might finally be starting to build.
How the Russia-Ukraine War Has Slammed Indonesia’s Energy Security
By I Dewa Made Raditya Margenta and Filda C. Yusgiantoro
Russia's invasion has exposed the country's vulnerability to shocks in the global energy markets.