Japanese Companies Work on 340 Decarbonization Projects in Indonesia


The Jakarta Japan Club (JJC), which consists of 689 companies and 1,400 individuals, and the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) stated that Japanese companies have contributed to realizing carbon neutrality in Indonesia. The JCC has also issued policy recommendations to the  Government of Indonesia to realize decarbonization.

 The JCC  survey found that currently, there are 122  Japanese companies running and designing 340  decarbonization projects in Indonesia. "The results of this survey are interim results and will continue to grow," said Susumu Matsuda, Chairman of   JJC's Carbon Neutral Task Force, Wednesday.  JJC  member companies use their experience, knowledge, and technology to succeed in Indonesia's carbon-neutral target by  2060.

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