Indonesia could define new coal-powered generation as green under a tweaked version of its green taxonomy. Doing so, would relegate Indonesia to the bottom of the pack of global sustainable finance taxonomies.
Indonesia is not engaging the public enough on its clean energy plans, these researchers say. They explain why Indonesia would do well to form village electricity cooperatives and support ground-up initiatives.
Given its rich agriculture resources, biofuel will be vital for the region's net-zero plans. Solving the feedstock crunch is necessary to meet market demands, which requires careful planning and a supply chain strategy.