Indonesia, Australia Explore Clean Energy Cooperation


Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Arifin Tasrif revealed plans to develop clean energy technology during a meeting with the Australian Minister of Climate Change and Energy Chris Bowen MP in Sydney Monday. The panel also explores cooperation in technology access and financing with Australia. "We must prioritize technology to overcome the challenges of decarbonization, such as solar power technology [PLTS], batteries, and hydrogen. For this reason, access to affordable technology and financing must be explored massively," Arifin said in a written statement Wednesday.

According to Arifin, Indonesia's commitment to realizing Net Zero emissions in 2060, accompanied by the diversity of new and renewable energy sources in Indonesia, requires technology development support. "Indonesia hopes Australia can support this by supporting the consensus that will be drawn up together [at the G20 Summit in Bali in November 2022]," he said.

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