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Industry transformation

Framework for industry’s net-zero transition: Indonesia country stakeholder meeting

6 December 2022
09h30 - 15h00
Jakarta, Indonesia
Virtual Meeting

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Background

Indonesia has committed to become a net-zero economy by 2060 including specific actions to be implemented for decarbonising its industry sector, namely fuel switching, energy efficiency, electrification, hydrogen, biomass, and carbon capture and storage. Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s energy and industry hub with a large production of steel, cement, and fertilisers, and it will require all different measures to put its industry sector on a path aligned with net-zero emissions.

The OECD’s new “Framework for industry’s net-zero transition” is a step-by-step approach to assist emerging and developing economies in designing solutions for financing and to improve the enabling conditions that can accelerate industry’s transition. The Framework implementation in Indonesia will contribute to the broader climate and finance policies and it can help to facilitate international co-operation for transition at scale. The implementation shall build on and align with existing initiatives driven by the Government of Indonesia, such as:

  1. The National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2020-2024, which includes national priority projects, notably in the field of industry and decarbonisation of the energy and industry sectors.
  2. The enhanced Nationally Determined Contribution, released in 2022.
  3. The Net Zero Emission 2060 analysis prepared by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, which outlines emission pathways, notably for the energy sector.

The Stakeholder Meeting convened national stakeholders to introduce the Framework to them, discuss its benefits for their varying needs and priorities, and agree on the roles and responsibilities during the Framework implementation in view of the potential industry sub-sector and technologies that will be covered. 

 

Speakers

Welcome and opening remarks

  • Sumedi Andono Mulyo, Director of National Priority Infrastructure Projects Development and Planning, BAPPENAS

Introduction to the Framework

Session 1: Government perspective on industry

  • Gigih Udi Atmo, Directorate of Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM)

Session 2:  Industry sector perspective and developments on industry decarbonisation

  • Zulkarnain Tje'Mat, Fertiliser Industry Association (APPI)

Session 3: Financing institutions perspective and development on industry decarbonisation

Summary, wrap up and next steps

  • BAPPENAS
  • OECD

Contacts

For more information, please contact:

  • Deger Saygin, Clean Energy Finance and Investment Mobilisation Programme Lead, [email protected]
  • Joseph Cordonnier, Policy Analyst, Clean Energy Finance and Investment Mobilisation Programme, [email protected]
  • Hakimul Batih, Indonesia Programme Representative, [email protected]