Denmark and Indonesia to upscale energy partnership over the next five years

 

Denmark and Indonesia share the same ambitions to create a clean energy transition and the Government of Denmark and the government of Indonesia have committed to upscale the two nations’ energy partnership program INDODEPP over the next five years, the Embassy of Denmark in Indonesia shared in a recent update. 

The Embassy states that to create an enabling environment for the energy transition, both countries have agreed to enhance their energy partnership on long-term energy modeling and planning, renewable energy integration, and energy efficiency. 

By using Denmark’s experience and expertise in renewable energy and energy efficiency, Denmark will continue to support Indonesia in providing recommendations for policy frameworks and technical assistance which will pave the way for the realization of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, the Embassy writes. 

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