Indonesia has great potential for a low-carbon transition in the urban transport, energy efficiency and carbon pricing sectors which UK PACT is proud to support progress on.
The UK is committed to supporting Indonesia to tackle climate change issues and achieve carbon emissions reduction targets through the Indonesia-UK PACT programme. Indonesia-UK PACT aims to strengthen existing UK-Indonesia climate initiatives, while also exploring new areas for collaboration on reducing emissions and promoting low-carbon development.
Indonesia-UK PACT has worked closely with government stakeholders to identify opportunities for strategic support. The programme has identified areas for collaboration in low-carbon cities and transport, as well as energy efficiency, and carbon pricing.
Call for proposals on energy efficiency is now open. The deadline for submitting your application is 30 November 2021 at 18.00 Western Indonesia Time / 11.00 GMT. Click the button below to find out more about what we are looking for and how to apply.
There's been a delay in the Indonesia-UK PACT call for proposals in carbon pricing originally scheduled for 2 November 2021. We will be in touch with a new date shortly. Please click the button below to access the recording and presentation slides from our market engagement event on 21 October 2021 for some information on this upcoming call for proposals.
Low-carbon cities and transport call for proposals is now closed. The deadline for submitting your application was 4 November 2021 at 18.00 Western Indonesia Time / 11.00 GMT.
Green Recovery Challenge Fund project led by: ITDP Institute for Transportation & Development Policy
This project is working with the Jakarta Transport Agency and the Ministry of Transport to develop a comprehensive road map and timetable for electrifying ride-hailing motorcycles in Greater Jakarta. This project will help significantly reduce GHG emissions and improve air quality, while providing tangible benefits for low-income and marginalized communities.
Green Recovery Challenge Fund Project led by: ITDP Institute for Transportation & Development Policy
This project is supporting the scale-up of TransJakarta e-bus deployment. It is addressing roadblocks like knowledge, analytical and planning capacity, that are preventing large-scale uptake of electric buses in the city of Jakarta. This project will focus on supporting the scale-up of TransJakarta e-bus deployment.