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Indonesia Energy Transition Dialogue (IETD) is an IESR and ICEF initiative. IETD aims to Reinforce the concept of the energy transition, including its drivers and consequences as well as techno-economic opportunities and challenges for stakeholders in the Indonesian power sector. This event also facilitates the energy transition discourse by building a systematic approach to ensure a smooth transition for the country.

Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) is a think-tank in the field of energy and environment, IESR encourage transformation into a flashed energy system by advocating a public policy that rests on data-driven and scientific studies, conducting capacity development assistance, and establishing strategic partnerships with non-governmental actors

 

Indonesia Clean Energy Forum (ICEF) was launched in November 2018 by the minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, H.E. Ignasius Jonan. ICEF is a platform of a constructive and fact-based dialogue to enhance understanding of energy transition and sharing best practices on policy, regulatory, and institutional framework to support a just energy transition in Indonesia power sector. ICEF’s core member comprised of 25 prominent individuals from various backgrounds.

About IETD

About CASE

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The programme “Clean, Affordable and Secure Energy for Southeast Asia” (CASE) is jointly implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and international and local expert organisations in the area of sustainable energy transformation and climate change: Agora Energiewende and NewClimate Institute (regional level), the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) in Indonesia, the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC) in the Philippines, the Energy Research Institute (ERI) and Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) in Thailand, and Vietnam Initiative for Energy Transition (VIET) in Vietnam. ​

 

Funded by the German Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), CASE aims to support a narrative change in the region’s power sector towards an evidence-based energy transition, in the pursuit of the Paris Agreement goals. The programme makes use of available research initiatives while generating new evidence grounded in local realities that can influence economic managers, power sector decision makers, industry leaders and electricity consumers to support early, speedy, and  responsive strategic reforms in the power sector. To reach this objective, the programme applies a joint fact-finding approach involving expert analysis and dialogue to work towards consensus by converging areas of disagreement.

Furthermore, CASE is an aligned programme of the Energy Transition Partnership (ETP), an alliance of international donors, philanthropies, and partner governments established to accelerate energy transition and to support sustainable development goals in Southeast Asia.

About GIZ

 

 

Indonesia Clean Energy Forum (ICEF) was launched in November 2018 by the minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, H.E. Ignasius Jonan. ICEF is a platform of a constructive and fact-based dialogue to enhance understanding of energy transition and sharing best practices on policy, regulatory, and institutional framework to support a just energy transition in Indonesia power sector. ICEF’s core member comprised of 25 prominent individuals from various backgrounds.

 

IETD 2021

Reaching Deep Decarbonization by 2050:

set the target, mobilize action, and achieve zero emissions

It is important to make IETD contextual and relevant with current situation of Indonesia energy transition. In IETD 2018 we introduced the concept of energy transition, as well as the energy transition discourse in Indonesia. Then, in IETD 2019, we brought forward technical discussions on energy transition. In IETD 2020, we explored the stumbling blocks for Indonesia’s energy transition and well as open up discussions on how Indonesian energy transition roadmap should look like.


This year, IETD 2021 will focus on the important goal of achieving transition to a zero-emissions energy system by 2050. We will facilitate discussions on policy framework, technologies, and investments required to reach deep decarbonization of energy system in order to align Indonesia climate mitigation action with Paris Agreement.  

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)s
 
General

How do journalists apply to attend and cover IETD 2021?


Register to the event and choose media or journalist in the registration form. We will send you linked and schedule to cover the event




Why does the organizer contact me upon covering the event?


The organizer may contact you to clarify and or add additional information related to your coverage.





Access

How do I find the speakers?


Please visit the agenda page here. The confirmed speaker will be updated in the daily agenda.




How can I access the virtual conference?


You have to register your IETD 2021 account here to join and access the virtual conference. The virtual conference can be acces through virtual conference page here. More details on how to access the virtual conference will be found here.




Can I access the virtual conference after the event ended?


You may access all recorded sessions on the resource page (will be available soon) and IESR youtube channel.




What language IETD will be delivered in?


The event will be delivered in English. Live translation from English to Indonesian and Indonesian to English will be provided.





Registration

Is it possible to register after the event began?


Yes, it is possible. You can still register by clicking the registration button in the menu or click here.




Why was my account suspended/revoked?


Violation in the user agreement, including but not limited to hamper the virtual event, may cause your account to be revoked





Media

How do journalists apply to attend and cover IETD 2021?


Register to the event and choose media or journalist in the registration form. We will send you linked and schedule to cover the event




Why does the organizer contact me upon covering the event?


The organizer may contact you to clarify and or add additional information related to your coverage.