Day 2
How to reshape the policy framework and integrate the main policies to get deep decarbonization?

Tuesday, 21st September 2021

09:00 - 10:30 : [Panel discussion] Shaping the policy framework to reach deep decarbonization by 2050

This session will cover the overall strategy to achieve deep decarbonization and the main policies and framework to support it. Emphasizing on what needs to be changed in this decade. Highlighting also the lessons from pandemic, and consider if green recovery is going to be realized



Dr. Widhyawan Prawiraatmadja

Member, of Indonesia Clean Energy Forum (ICEF)

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Sugeng Suparwoto

Chair of Commission VII, the House of Representatives of Republic of Indonesia (DPR-RI)

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Dr. Herman Darnel Ibrahim

Member of National Energy Council (DEN)


Febrio N. Kacaribu, Ph.D

Head of Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance (MoF)

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Dr. Arifin Rudiyanto

Deputy for Maritime and Natural Resources, Bappenas

10:30 - 12:00 : [Panel Discussion] The emergence of carbon pricing

In this session, we will highlight the role of carbon pricing as one of the most cost-effective climate mitigation strategy and how the government needs to regulate and structure effective instruments of carbon pricing mechanism and/or carbon tax in energy sector



Moekti H. Soejachmoen

Executive Director, Indonesia Research Institute for Decarbonization (IRID)



Masyita Crystallin, Ph.D*

Special Staff to the Minister of Finance for Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomics, MoF

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Dr. Venkatachalam Anbumozhi

Director of Research Strategy and Innovation, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)


Dewa Putu Ekayana

Policy Analyst, Ministry of Finance of Indonesia


Juan Carlos Arredondo

Engagement Manager, Vivid Economics


Virender K. Duggal

Principal Climate Change Specialist, Asian Development Bank (ADB) Spesialis

14:00 - 16:00 : [Workshop] Integration of low-carbon technologies to Indonesia’s energy system

Deployment of nuclear power is currently less considered by Government of Indonesia and combination of fossil fuel with CCS is predicted to be more costly in comparison with consistently falling price of renewables. However, options on nuclear energy and CCS could be explored as an alternative beside going 100% renewables. In this session, we will discuss pro and contra of nuclear and CCS to reach Indonesia zero emission energy system 



Mentari Pujantoro

Project Manager International Energy Policy, Agora Energiewende

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Mycle Schneider*

Independent International Analyst on Energy and Nuclear Policy


Craig Morris

Independent Consultant for Energy Transition


Prof. Dr. Zaki Su’ud

Faculty of Math and Science, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB)

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Samantha McCulloch

Head of Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage Technology, International Energy Agency

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Dr. Rachmat Sule 

Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB)


*to be confirmed