Support TransJakarta bus electrification: Jakarta government

Energy transition important to avoid impact of climate change:KADIN

Ministry holds road test for B40-fueled diesel engine vehicles

Minister stresses Indonesia’s commitment to clean energy transition

B20 task force provides policy recommendations on energy transition

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The B20 Energy, Sustainability & Climate Task Force, led by state-owned oil giant PT Pertamina (Persero), has provided policy recommendations and actions for sustainable energy transition. (read full article)

Regional governments play key role in accelerating energy transition

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Regional governments play a crucial role in achieving the target of new and renewable energy development in pursuit of energy transition in Indonesia, according to an official.The central government continues to support the regional governments to strengthen their role in implementing energy development programs in their respective regions, Secretary of the Directorate General of New and Renewable...

Solar Power Plants as backbone of Indonesia’s clean energy: Minister

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian Government had decided to use Solar Power Plants (PLTS) as the backbone to supply clean energy in Indonesia by 2060.“We will use solar power as the backbone of renewable energy,” Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Arifin Tasrif noted in a statement on Monday. (read full article)

G20 ETWG to raise three priority issues on sustainable energy

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Three priority issues of access, technology, and funding for sustainable energy development will be raised through the G20 Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG), Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Minister Arifin Tasrif stated. (read full article)

Creating green energy sovereignty through the G20 Forum

The commitment to producing clean electricity from green energy demonstrates Indonesia’s seriousness in reducing carbon dioxide emissions to save the environment while maintaining the economic balance. (read full article)