Energy incentives and support measures can help Indonesia influence energy production and consumption in a way that meets its climate and energy targets. As the country has committed to reaching net-zero emissions by 2060, this inventory report of energy support measures in Indonesia explores whether the current fiscal policies are aligned with this goal. The first of its kind, the inventory identifies and quantifies support measures available for various energy types—including coal, oil and gas, renewable energy, biofuels, and electric vehicles—between 2016 and 2020.
The report “Indonesia’s Energy Support Measures: An inventory of incentives impacting the energy transition” published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development serves as a starting point for the Government of Indonesia, as well as all stakeholders, concerned citizens, and the wider public to “follow the money”: to track the flow of public funding and to understand how public money is being spent on different types of energy. Through data visualization of the flow and allocation of the support measures throughout the period observed, this report also aims to shed light on government spending on fossil fuels vis-à-vis renewable energy and clean technology.
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