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Assisting Indonesia: E-mobility transition in Jakarta

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The Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) is assisting the Government of Jakarta to introduce electric vehicle technology in public and government vehicles.

The Government has adopted the strategy, however, they have requested the support from the CTCN in developing an investment plan and procurement documents, assess the supportive policy requirements and actions required, assist with feasibility assessment of renewable energy use in TransJakarta operations, including solar roofing for bus and/or the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) stations.

It is estimated that the green gas emission in Jakarta will go up to 117 million tons of CO2 in which the contribution from transportation will be about 25% with business as a usual scenario.

The CTCN provides technical assistance in response to requests submitted by developing countries via their nationally-selected focal points, or National Designated Entities (NDEs). For more information, please visit here. 

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