Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue

Building a just energy transition in the Indo-Pacific

The Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue brings together senior officials, regulators, business and non-government experts from Australia, Indonesia and the region to develop collaborative solutions for a just energy transition in the Indo-Pacific.

Convened by the Centre for Policy Development in conjunction with the Climateworks Centre, the Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue is a platform for government and non-government decision-makers in both countries.

The initiative breaks down barriers to investment in the green energy sector by creating a policy environment that encourages capital flow to renewable energy initiatives.

Through roundtables, research and analysis, the Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue raises ambition for the region’s decarbonisation journey in pursuit of a more sustainable, cleaner and equitable energy landscape in the Indo-Pacific.

The Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue informs the work of the Centre for Policy Development’s Sustainable Economy and Indo-Pacific programs.

Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue experts

Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue recent work

Making Energy Transition Work in Indonesia: Bridging The Gap Between Policy and Practice is a policy briefing paper prepared by the Energy Transition Policy Development Forum.
The Third Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue meeting was held on 27 October to discuss how the ASEAN and Australia relationship can foster regional energy transition collaboration.
CPD has continued its high profile work in Indonesia with our consortium of partners to support Indonesia as ASEAN Chair 2023 in its priorities in the energy transition sector.

Australia-Indonesia Energy Transition Policy Dialogue in the media

CPD welcomes the Federal Government's response to the final report of the House Select Committee on Workforce Australia Employment Services, and is pleased to see the government recognise the shortcomings of a one-size-fits-all, compliance-driven approach to training and employment.
Childcare should be free, according to Greens member for Western Victoria Sarah Mansfield.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has backed calls for a $10 childcare scheme that has been floated as a way of helping young children get a better education.
There are calls for an overhaul of Australia’s early learning sector as parents battle high costs and low availability. Under the proposal, parents would pay no more than $10 for childcare - if anything at all.
A leading think-tank has put forward a plan suggesting all Australian families could have three days of childcare per week, at a cost of no more than $10 per day.
Could your childcare be just 10 bucks a day in 10 years’ time? Australian think-tank the Centre for Policy Development has charted a path to get us there…amid a growing push to make childcare universal.

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