Albertus Prabu Siagian is an Analyst at CPI’s Jakarta office, where his work primarily focuses on climate change fiscal framework, national energy intensity reduction targets, renewable energy finance, climate and energy policies in developing economies. He brings strong expertise in emerging markets, energy transition, renewable energy, and economic development.
Prior to joining CPI, Albertus worked at the Boston Consulting Group, where he examined industry structure and policies, business trends, and pain points of the energy market in Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia.
Albertus holds an MSc degree in Environmental Economics from the London School of Economics. He is also certified in Renewable Energy Finance from Frankfurt School of Finance.