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7-11 December 2020  |  Virtual Conference  | 

 

AGENDA

DAY 1

Build Back Better and Greener:  What Indonesia needs to turn crisis into an opportunity for accelerating the energy transition

As we recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, it is essential that we build back better. Having a green economic recovery agenda will help Indonesia build a resilient and sustainable economy while accelerating the energy transition in Indonesia to reach a 23 percent share of renewable energy in the primary energy mix by 2025.

DAY 2

Local governments as a crucial driver of the energy transition

In this session, we will discuss the lesson learned from South Korea’s Chungnam Governor in phasing out the coal-fired power plants while investing in the energy transition.

Attracting private investment to fund sustainable recovery

In this report, IEA analyzed the financing factors and investment affecting Indonesia’s shift towards renewable energy and its potential implications for government decision making.

DAY 3

Global energy transitions and the implications for Indonesia

In this session, BNEF will give a presentation on the BNEF New Energy Outlook 2020 and will be discussed by the panelists.

Renewable energy for green economic recovery

This session will present speakers with topics as follow: The green stimulus to accelerate the energy transition and boost the economy & green jobs, Policies best practices for green recovery, Supporting green recovery/energy transition through innovative finance

DAY 4

Turning vision into reality: strategies to decarbonize Indonesia’s energy system

It is important to assess Indonesia’s readiness to embark on an energy transition so that effectual transformation changes and processes could be designed and promoted.

Better energy system planning to transition the Indonesian power sector

Energy transitions are complex and multidimensional processes that involve multiple stakeholders.

DAY 5

Energy transition in Southeast Asia: challenges and opportunities for transformation

Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Thailand have their own challenges in decarbonizing the power sector. Understanding these challenges is the first important step in finding a solution.

Transformation of Indonesia's Energy System and Its Implication for Climate

In this session, Agora Energiewende and NewClimate Institute (NCI), both are renowned organizations in the field of energy transition and climate policy, will share their findings on what drives the energy transition and how this energy transition relates with the climate, with Indonesia as the case study country.

 
IETD 2020
Dec 07, 10:00 AM GMT+7 – Dec 11, 4:00 PM GMT+7
Virtual Conference and Workshop
 

IETD is an IESR and ICEF initiative

 

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Indonesia

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