The Role of the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) in Indonesia in Making Finance Flows Consistent with Low Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate-Resilient Development

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As countries transition to low-carbon and climate-resilient economies, finance flows will need to shift to support these transitions, in line with the third long-term goal of the Paris Agreement, Article 2.1c. The transition's success will also depend on it considering justice elements, to avoid any potential negative socioeconomic impacts in developing countries. 

Indonesia is one of the first countries to have already signed a Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP). In this context, Indonesia developed a Comprehensive Investment and Policies Plan (CIPP), laying out a series of policies and regulations that would drive action in the Indonesian energy sector towards a series of agreed transition goals. This paper offers an analysis of these policies and regulations, using existing Article 2.1c approaches, as well as an analysis of the ability of these approaches to integrate justice considerations, and an analysis of the finance provided under the JETP in the context of a just transition.

Henriette Imelda (lead), Ajeng Rachmatika Dewi Andayani, Hardhana Dinaring Danastri, Mukhammad Faisol Amir, Puti Ayla Zafira (all IRID), under contribution of Bertha Argueta, Giovanni Pradipta, and David Ryfisch (Germanwatch)
Document type
Policy Paper


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Senior Advisor – Climate Finance and Development
Policy Advisor – German-Indonesian Civil Society Dialogues

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Head of Division – Future-proof Finance