Indonesia: 20 billion from G7 for coal phase-out

Indonesia wants to phase out coal – but this does not affect exports

The international energy transition has a new giant project: With billions in aid from the G7 countries, Indonesia wants to generate its electricity without coal by 2050. On Tuesday, Indonesian President Joko Widodo signed a 20 billion dollars Just Energy Transition Partnership with representatives of the International Partners Group (IPG). The goal is for the country to phase out coal and move into renewable energies.

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