Jokowi must attend COP24
T. Nirarta Samadhi
Director of World Resources Institute Indonesia
A rare statement came from a coal-based energy businessman during the opening of the Indonesia Clean Energy Forum on Nov. 15, who said that securing investment for coal power plants was getting harder. Some of his international funders had even stopped investing in coal power plants.
On the other hand, he said, transitioning to renewable energy was not that easy, as many regulatory ...
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