Indonesia’s target to meet net zero emissions by 2060 is calling for an increase in the share of renewables in the country’s energy mix. Discussions with various international partners are intensifying, all directed towards working together to achieve this end. Increasing alignment between Indonesia and Australia, for one, have led to the recent Australia-Indonesia Joint Statement on the Green Economy and Energy Transition.
Featuring Adhityani Putri, Executive Director of Yayasan Indonesia Cerah, and Prof. Kenneth Baldwin, Director of the Australian National University Grand Challenge, Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia Pacific, this episode of The Katalis Podcast explores opportunities to enhance cooperation between Indonesia and Australia to achieve resilient renewable energy supply chains, create sustainable jobs, and drive green investment.
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