Indonesia Postpones Coal Phase-Out Amid Funding Dispute with Wealthier Nations

Indonesia has watered down plans to shut coal-fired power plants early after expressing disappointment at wealthy nations’ offers to help them do so. The reason cited for the same is that the funding made available by international partners was inadequate, according to the director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) and part of a working group advising the Indonesian government. Read More

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