Na Indonésia, o CPI concentra-se em apoiar as metas climáticas e os objetivos de desenvolvimento estabelecidos pelo governo do país, mantendo ao mesmo tempo forte desenvolvimento econômico e aliviando a pobreza.
O CPI trabalha em estreita colaboração com o Ministério das Finanças, a PT Sarana Multi Infrastructure, o Ministério do Meio Ambiente e Florestas e o Ministério de Energia e Recursos Minerais para apoiar instrumentos de financiamento inovadores e aumentar o financiamento para energia renovável e eficiência energética.
A experiência da equipe reside na eficácia e inovação do financiamento climático, cobrindo questões de energia e uso do solo. O programa do CPI na Indonésia é liderado por Mahua Acharya e Tiza Mafira.
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Our latest tracking of climate finance within Indonesia’s financial sector breaks down contributions from both public and private financial institutions, as well as identifies opportunities to further scale up climate-aligned invetsment and mainstream the principle of sustainability into investment flow.
Indonesia’s JETP launched its Comprehensive Investment and Policy Plan (CIPP) on 21 November 2023. As CPI was heavily involved in the process, supporting both the JETP Secretariat’s overall editorial process and the Finance Working Group’s specific input to the CIPP, we are sharing key highlights from the document.
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Indonesia has a unique opportunity to learn from past mistakes and build a recovery that improves the country’s chances for economic stability and growth.
Existing decentralized renewable energy business models fail to address prevailing barriers in the sector, ranging from policy barriers, limited access to finance, and high investment risks, discouraging private investments.
Indonesia must make a rapid transition to decarbonization while maintaining economic resilience. We outlined key considerations and steps to adopt transition finance into the next iteration of Indonesia green taxonomy.
Our latest tracking of Indonesia power sector finance examines renewable energy capacity and financing gaps, as well as opportunities to better align the country’s power sector finance with its NZE 2060 commitment.
As Indonesia took up the mantle of G20 presidency, 2022 was a particularly momentous year filled with opportunities to examine the country’s climate finance landscape, improve the underpinning regulatory framework, and foster greater global cooperation on ensuring just energy transitions. Here is a reflection of progresses we have achieved in both sustainable finance and energy transition areas last year and a preview of what is underway for 2023.