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30.000 Coal Workers Could Lose Jobs as Indonesia Shifts to Clean Energy

Jakarta. Indonesian coal miners are at risk of losing their jobs as the nation shifts towards clean energy, which involves the early closure of coal mines. A recent Global Energy Monitor report estimates that around 30,000 workers in the coal sector could face potential layoffs from 2020 to 2040.

PLN And Partners Embark On Renewable Energy Manufacturing Venture In Indonesia

In a landmark development, PT PLN (Persero) has joined hands with Trina Solar, Sinar Mas, and Agra Surya Energi to establish a joint venture for renewable energy manufacturing. The joint venture agreement marks a pivotal moment in PLN’s transition into the emerging renewable energy sector.

Indonesia Urges Norway to Accelerate $250 Million Clean Energy Investment

Oslo. Indonesia is urging Norway to expedite a $250 million (Rp 3.9 trillion) investment commitment to accelerate the tropical rainforest country’s decarbonization program as stated in the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP).

Indonesia planning to build nuclear power plants in 2030s: BRIN

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) has said that Indonesia is planning to construct nuclear power plants (PLTNs) in the 2030s.

Indonesia’s coal retirement program hinges on Cirebon Power deal, say experts

JAKARTA – The Cirebon 1 coal-fired power plant owned by PT Cirebon Electric Power (Cirebon Power) is deemed to play a crucial role in Indonesia’s energy transition, with experts suggesting that whether other plants joined the government’s early retirement program for coal plants would depend on its success or failure.

Indonesia and Netherlands will expedite energy transition: minister

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia has said it is optimistic that bilateral cooperation with the Netherlands would expedite the archipelagic nation’s energy transition to increase energy resilience and combat climate change.

PLN pioneers green hydrogen production in Indonesia aiming for game changing energy transition

In a groundbreaking achievement, Indonesia’s state-owned electricity company, PLN (Perusahaan Listrik Negara), has inaugurated the country’s first Green Hydrogen Plant (GHP). Located at the Muara Karang Gas Power Plant (PLTGU) in Jakarta, the GHP has the capacity to produce 51 tons of green hydrogen annually.

Indonesia set to release plans for $20 bln energy transition next month

JAKARTA: Indonesia aims to unveil its $20 billion energy transition investment plan next month, an official said on Friday,  days before the United Nations COP28 climate summit as Jakarta tries to resolve issues on funding and energy mix for the initiative.

KB Bukopin to Issue $20m Green Credit to EV Firm INVI

Jakarta. Bank KB Bukopin announced it would issue green credits worth $20 million to Indika Energy’s subsidiary Energi Makmur Buana (INVI).

Eni announces significant gas discovery in Indonesia’s Kutei Basin

Italian oil and gas company Eni has announced a significant gas discovery at its Geng North-1 exploration well in Indonesia. The well sits approximately 85km off the coast of Indonesia’s East Kalimantan province. Preliminary estimates suggest a total discovered volume of five trillion cubic feet (tcf) of gas. Analysis of the gathered data will allow the […]