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Sustainable Energy Access in Eastern Indonesia — Electricity Grid Development Program (Phase 2)

SEAEI is a multi-year initiative with a series of interrelated lending programs and projects in Eastern Indonesia covering power generation, transmission, and distribution.

 The SEAEI—Electricity Grid Development Program, approved in 2017, covers the regions of Sulawesi and
Nusa Tenggara (Phase 1).

Phase 2 will cover the remaining regions of Eastern Indonesia, namely Kalimantan, Maluku, and Papua. The program aims to enhance access to sustainable and modern energy services in the target regions as envisioned in PLN’s Electricity Power Supply Business Plan (RUPTL), 2019–2028, which will improve connectivity and help the regions’ response to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) impacts.

 

January 2015 - December 2019
Sustainable and Reliable Energy Access Program - Western and Central Java

The Sustainable and Reliable Energy Access Program will rehabilitate, strengthen, and expand PLN's power grid and promote clean energy use. It will improve PLN's waste and asset management, procurement, and community education. The program will benefit five provinces: Banten, Central Java, Jakarta Special Capital Region, West Java, and Yogyakarta Special Region.

January 2021 - December 2025
Electrification through Renewable Resources- ELREN

The project aims to institutionalise knowledge on off-grid electrification using renewable energy in Indonesia.

January 2022 - January 2027
Innovation Regions for a Just Energy Transition (IKI-JET)

Support and accelerate just energy transitions (JET) away from coal to renewable energy and other sustainable economic activities in the Global South.

April 2022 - July 2026
DeveloPPP

With develoPPP, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) promotes private-sector activities where entrepreneurial opportunities and development policy potential meet. Companies that want to invest sustainably in a developing and emerging country and expand their local operations can receive financial and technical support under the programme.

January 2020 - January 2023
Strategic exploration of economic mitigation potentials through renewables (ExploRE)

This Project aims to increase private sector investment in Renewable Energy (RE)  and also strengthen economic and social development options through the use of RE for reliable and sustainable energy supply.

November 2018 - June 2025
Climate, Environment, Energy and Disaster Risk Reduction (CEED) for Children I Indonesia 2022-2025

Our new Strategic Plan recognizes that climate change and environmental degradation are existential threats to a child’s ability to survive, grow, and thrive and that all levers of the organization need to
work together in a coordinated fashion. The new SP draws stronger links between responses to climate change with disaster risk reduction as children increasingly need holistic solutions that address both sudden-onset impacts of disasters, including those that are exacerbated by climate change — such as hurricanes and floods — and resilient solutions that promote climate-smart development for the long-term. The new SP activates all of UNICEF’s levers of impact on these
issues - our global programmes, our advocacy and communications infrastructure and our own operations and supply chain.

January 2022 - December 2025
Just Coal Transition Forum

Capitalizing on global experience with coal phase-out programs,
establishment of the Just Coal Transition Forum (the Forum) will support
energy transition in the coal regions in Southeast Asia.
6 Ensuring adherence
to the global guidelines and principles on Just Transition,
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the Forum will deliver
coordination services, facilitate strategies and transition projects, and coordinate
technical assistance to design bespoke policies and build institutional governance
and implementation capacities in Southeast Asia. It will:
a. create and coordinate knowledge, generate, collate, and disseminate
good practices and facilitate learning to strengthen understanding and
ability to respond to core transition issues among the stakeholders and
between the stakeholder communities and the development agencies and
regional partnerships, offering support and investment financing,
b. support policy analysis and market intelligence to underpin transition
strategies and projects,
c. build institutional implementation capacity and governance for
strategies and projects, facilitate dialogue among workers, employers and
governments and other stakeholders,
d. facilitate access to finance for investors into the energy transition and
green growth,
e. create a line-of-sight between development agencies, financiers, and
regional partnerships – and coal regions, facilitating the flow of
investments and financial solutions and facilitate support to the coal
regions, through project preparation and/or implementation; and
f. provide a forum for the many economic, social, and environmental support
programs and projects required to be implemented locally across a

January 2022 - December 2025
Pumped Storage Technical Assistance Project

The development objective is to significantly increase the peaking capacity of the power generation system in JavaBali in an environmentally and socially sustainable way and strengthen the institutional capacity of the project implementing entity (PLN) in hydro-power planning, development and operation.

January 2012 - December 2021