Indonesia to Experience a Green Jobs Boom, But Policy Changes Integral29 February 2024
Indonesia has ambitious plans for its green technology sector. However, to capitalise on the opportunities ahead, the country needs to make the industry more welcoming and lure its youth and experienced workforce to pursue green jobs.
Addressing Captive Coal Power Crucial to the Decarbonisation of Indonesia
According to a joint report by CREA and Global Energy Monitor, future emissions from Indonesia’s captive coal plants are a major threat that must be considered within the planned use of the USD 20 billion Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) funding.
Wind Energy In Indonesia: Slow Growth, Promising Future
Indonesia has a significant potential for wind energy, yet the country only has two utility-scale wind farms running. This is primarily the result of high initial investment costs and a need for more supportive regulation for development. These policies must improve to help the country capitalise on its wind energy potential and meet its decarbonisation goals.
The Difference Between Renewable And Non-renewable Sources of Energy
Renewable energy sources are gaining momentum in the global energy landscape and are expected to make up most of the new energy additions in the coming decades. Understanding how renewables differ from non-renewables is crucial to understanding this necessary transition.
Will Indonesia’s New Government Support the Energy Transition?
Energy Insights speaks with Afu Utami on the Indonesian presidential election and the new government's energy policy and voters thoughts.
Indonesia Energy Transition Outlook 2024: In Light of the JETP
Whoever holds power after Indonesia’s February elections has a chance to alter the country's future. Projects, like increased coal and gas capacity and expensive, untested technologies, should remain on paper, while solar and wind must become the priority.
Indonesia’s Untapped Geothermal Energy Potential
Indonesia has the world's largest geothermal energy reserves. However, only a fraction of this energy is developed due to financial risks and environmental concerns. The Indonesian government is aiming to significantly scale up the country's geothermal energy capacity in the coming decade.
Southeast Asia’s Renewable Energy Potential and Growth Challenges – Podcast
Energy Insights speakers with Janna Smith, a researcher at Global Energy Monitor (GEM) about Southeast Asia's renewable energy potential.