Health Benefits of Just Energy Transition and Coal Phase-out in Indonesia

Indonesia relies on coal-fired power for 62.5% of its electricity generation. This reliance comes with significant impacts on the country’s air quality and public health, as well as a major contribution to the growth in greenhouse gas emissions over the past decade. The coal phase-out and net-zero pathways currently being prepared are a major opportunity to clean up Indonesia’s power system.

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