Indonesia has the highest energy consumption among the member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and its energy use is set to rise significantly as its economy and population grow in the coming decades.
The country’s primary generation mix is dominated by fossil fuels, which account for approximately 90% of overall production. However, Indonesia has a huge untapped renewable resource potential of approximately 3,000GW based on the IRENA’s Indonesia Energy Transition Outlook report.
Indonesia is set to diversify its energy generation mix to meet its climate goal of 23% renewables by 2025, and so energy transition is key to the country’s pathway.
This session will bring together policy makers, key players, communities and financiers to discuss possible options for Indonesia to accelerate progress towards its net zero ambition target by 2060, while at the same time considering energy security, affordability and reliability for a just, clean and inclusive energy transition.
This session will discuss and explore: