Emerging Economies toward Net Zero Emission: Challenges and Opportunities on Technology Innovation and Financing
Organizers: Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia
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As part of its G20 presidency, Indonesia is seeking a global deal to accelerate members' energy transition.
The plan would entail major investments. The question is: How to finance the energy transition, especially in the context of reaching carbon neutrality pledges that vary across G20 countries? Apart from traditional financial and policy instruments, countries also need to fully employ new and innovative schemes to support clean energy financing and markets.
This virtual workshop aims to explore financing mechanisms vital to countries' energy transition, with a focus on ASEAN members.
The event is jointly organized by the Institute of Economic and Social Research Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia and the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) and is a side event of the T20 Summit. T20, or Think20, is the official engagement group of G20, bringing together leading think tanks and research centers worldwide.
- Moekti Handajani Soejachmoen, Lead Co-Chair, T20-Task Force 3: Governing Climate Target, Energy Transition, and Environmental Protection, Indonesia
- Jun Arima, Senior Policy Fellow, ERIA; Co-Chair, TF3, Indonesia
- Alin Halimatussadiah, Institute for Economic and Social Research - Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia
- Ziqiu Xue, Research Institute for Innovative Technologies for the Earth
- Ryohei Numaguchi, Researcher, Energy System Research Department, Corporate Technology Division, Kawasaki Heavy Industry, Ltd.
- Darshak Mehta, Consultant, Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department, Asian Development Bank
- Yukimi Shimura, Director, Sustainable Business Origination team, Sustainable Business Office, Solution Products Division, MUFJ Bank, Ltd.
- Frank Jotzo, Australian National University
- Kikuko Shinchi, Senior Researcher, Climate Change Solution Group, Sustainability Division, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.
- Koji Hachiyama, Chief Operating Officer, ERIA