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.
Build back better with green economic recovery
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. Therefore, Indonesia, as one of the emerging economies, needs to structure recovery packages wisely and be innovative in attracting capital from different sources. Indonesia also needs to enhance its investment framework for renewables to attract a higher level of private capital to help support sustainable economic recovery in Indonesia.
This year, the third IETD will focus on strengthening the knowledge of the energy transition by updating global and regional energy transition progress in the time of the pandemic, investment trends & outlooks, and facilitating the national energy transition discourse. Through this year’s event, IESR aims to debottleneck the stumbling blocks for Indonesia’s energy transition, as well as to facilitate the development of the Indonesia energy transition roadmap as a reference to the existing strategy in ensuring a fair and just energy transition.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)s
What is IETD?
The Indonesia Energy Transition Dialogue (IETD) is an annual dialogue platform to facilitate the energy transition discourse in Indonesia and to build an understanding of energy transition to extended stakeholders. IETD aims to reinforce the concept of the energy transition, including its drivers and consequences as well as techno-economic opportunities and challenges for all stakeholders in Indonesia.
Will IETD 2020 be held this year?
Yes. The Indonesia Energy Transition Dialogue (IETD) 2020 will be held from 7 to 11 December 2020 as a virtual event only. This decision to move to virtual format reflects the organizer’s precaution in minimizing health risk amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak
What is different in this year's IETD?
Other than the virtual format, this year’s IETD will focus on strengthening the knowledge of the energy transition by updating global and regional energy transition progress in the time of the pandemic, investment trends & outlooks, and facilitating the national energy transition discourse. Although we move to a virtual format, we will make sure robust high-level discussions, exchange of information, and perspective from both local and international audiences.
Who should attend?
- International and local policymakers and regulators
International energy institutions and academia
Energy producers, including multinationals and state-controlled enterprises involved in exploration and production activities
Service providers in the energy sector
Companies providing infrastructure-related support to the energy sector
Energy industry analysts and commentators
Individuals interested in the future of energy security, innovation, investment, and sustainability
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Can I access the virtual conference after the event ended?
You may access all recorded sessions on the on-demand page.
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What is a VIP participant?
Qualified participants that acquired the privilege to join the conference or workshop directly in the virtual room and have the right to contribute to the discussion per moderator’s discretion.