Germany’s Coal Phase-Out and Australia’s Practical Implementation to Support Energy Transition in Indonesia

05/2022 | Report

CASE Insights: In order to support the attainment of Indonesia’s climate and energy goals, the Indonesian chapter of the Clean, Affordable, and Secure Energy for Southeast Asia (CASE) programme held a virtual webinar to share the lessons learned on coal phase-out strategies and processes in other coal-reliant countries, i.e., Germany and Australia. This dialogue serves as a platform for Indonesia’s government officials, business leaders, and the public alike to understand what a coal phase-out entails — from policies, socioeconomic concerns, financial needs, institutional readiness, to technical capacity.

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