DAY-4: Thursday, 10th December 2020

09:30 - 11:30 WIB

Dialogue :

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. With the Indonesian energy transition is still in its early stages,  there are still


  • TBU


  • Fabby Tumiwa & Jannata Giwangkara - Executive Director of IESR/ICEF and Program Manager Energy Transformation IESR


  • MEMR

  • Dr. Ir. Arifin Rudiyanto, MSc – Deputy for Maritime Affairs and Natural Resources, Bappenas

  • Medco Energy International / ICEF Member

  • Dr. Deendarlianto – Chairman of the Center for Energy Study UGM

13:30 - 15:30 WIB


Dialogue :

Energy transitions are complex and multidimensional processes that involve multiple stakeholders. There are multiple required policies and potentially multiple paths of the energy transition.

Better energy system planning to transition the Indonesian power sector


  • Jannata Giwangkara - Program Manager Energy Transformation IESR


  • Agus Praditya Tampubolon – Energy Management and Power System Specialist, IESR


  • Prof. Dr. Pekik Argo Dahono – Professor at School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics ITB

  • MEMR

  • PLN

  • Dr. Surya Darma – Chairman of the Indonesia Renewable Energy Society (METI


Dialogue :

Energy transition in the power sector and its implications for the coal industry

Energy transitions, especially those that occur in the main export destinations for Indonesian coal (China, India, East Asia, and Southeast Asia), will disrupt the coal status quo and thus have an impact on the coal industry in Indonesia.


  • Moekti Soejachmoen - METI


  • Deon Arinaldo – Data and Energy Information Specialist, IESR


  • Prof. Irwandy Arif – MEMR Minister's Special Staff for Coal and Mineral

  • Regional Planning Agency (Bappeda) East Kalimantan

  • Berly Martawardaya, Ph.D. – Research Director INDEF

  • PT. Bukit Asam (Persero)


Dialogue :

Towards a just energy transition in Indonesia

Energy transition could pose some risks to countries that are unprepared, causing it to be unjust. A just energy transition must take into account environmental, social, and economic aspects and put them as an important part of the transition itself.


  • Marlistya Citraningrum, Ph.D. - Program Manager Sustainable Energy Access IESR


  • Melina Gabriella – Development Economist

  • Pamela Simamora – Research Coordinator


  • Bappenas

  • Paser Regency

  • ILO

  • Philip Gass – Lead Transitions IISD


Dialogue :

Towards a low carbon transport in Indonesia: a technological perspective

Indonesian GHG emissions from the transport sector made up 26% of the energy-related emissions in 2017, more than 90% were from road transport. Along with increasing GHG emissions, air pollution has also been increasing, especially in urban areas.


  • Idoan Marciano - Energy and Electric Vehicles Specialist, IESR


  • Julius Adiatma – Clean Fuel Specialist, IESR


  • Ministry of Transportation

  • ICCT

  • Dr. Alloysius Joko Purwanto – Energy Economist ERIA

  • Trisakti

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