An Energy Sector Roadmap to Net Zero Emissions in Indonesia
Indonesia is the world’s fourth-most populous country and is set to become the world’s
fourth-largest economy by mid-century. The choices that Indonesia makes now and in
the decades to come will have a significant bearing on the world’s energy markets
and on international efforts to reach collective climate goals.
Indonesia, a member of the IEA family since 2015, has committed to reach net zero
emissions by 2060 or before – an ambitious task given the country’s growth objectives
and status as a globally important consumer and producer of coal. However, with a
transition to net zero offering extensive and varied economic opportunities, Indonesia
is beginning to put in place the policies and frameworks that can help reach this
target while moving towards advanced economy status.
To assist in this critical task, the IEA – at the request of the Government of Indonesia
and to coincide with Indonesia’s Presidency of the G20 – has developed a comprehensive
roadmap to net zero by 2060 for the country, which charts a path for the country’s
energy transition over the coming decades. The analysis in the Energy Sector Roadmap
to Net Zero Emissions in Indonesia spans key areas such as people‑centred transitions,
the phasing down of coal use, investment and financing needs, and critical minerals.
It also sets out a high-ambition pathway in which Indonesia reaches net zero by 2050.
The project has been conducted in close collaboration with the Ministry of Energy
and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia.
Available from October 13, 2022