Policy Brief Energy Democracy : Indonesia’s Transitions Towards Equitable Renewable Energy
Just Transition in Indonesia: Coal and Nickel Sector
The Threat of Coal Mine Expansion Towards Biodiversity in Kalimantan
Assessing The Threat of Coal-Fired Power Plants to Biodiversity in Sumatera
South Sumatera Low Carbon Development To Be Hampered by Low Quality Coal Investment
Coal Downstreaming in the Form of Dimethyl Ether (DME) Will Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions
For the Last Eight Years and Four Years Ahead, Japanese & Chinese Coal Plant Export Investments Impede Indonesia Road to Reach Low-Carbon Economy
Besides the PLN (PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara,the State-owned electricity), domestic and foreign private companies also built and own a number of coal-fired power plants. The domestic and foreign private companies set joint venture agreements through in the...
China and Japan’s ultra super critical coal-fired power plant investments in Indonesia produce CO2 emissions equal to 195 times emissions of the Republic of Vanuatu
The Chinese and Japanese parties support and invest in Indonesia’s coal-fired power plant and claiming using clean coal technology with using ultra super critical (USC) boilers. The Indonesian government, through PLN (the State-owned electricity company/ PT Perusahaan...
Urging China to Reduce High Greenhouse Gases Emission Project Support in Indonesia
Many parties, including UN Secretary General Antonio Guiterres, hoped that China would take leadership actions in the climate change negotiations after the US government under Donald Trump took skeptical about climate change. China joined together with G77 countries...