Indonesia’s coal transition under scrutiny following JETP delayed plans

Suralaya coal-fired power plant emissions
A coalition of green groups have filed a formal complaint against the IFC, which has a stake in Hana Bank – one of the financiers of the Suralaya coal-fired power complex (Photo: Aditya Aji/AFP via Getty Images)

Experts have questioned Indonesia’s energy transition plans after the country’s authorities indicated that coal-fired power plants could be considered green under its taxonomy

Indonesia’s green transition has run into a series of controversies in the past month, starting with the delayed announcement by the Just Energy Transition Partnership on how ...

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