Strategies for targeted emission reductions from the Indonesian coal fleet:
Capacity building to accelerate compliance

11-13 JULY 2023

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia

On behalf of the US Department of State (USDOS), the ICSC invites you to join us at an event in Jakarta in July 2023. This 3-day event is supported by the Indonesian Ministry of the Environment and Forestry (MOEF), the Ministry of Minerals and Energy Resources (MEMR) and the Basel Convention Regional Centre-Asia (BCRC-Asia) is free to all interested parties.

The event will include results from ongoing project work in Indonesia which aims to accelerate compliance of the Indonesian coal utility fleet with emission reduction targets. As part of this work, the ICSC has carried out an analysis of the Indonesian coal utility fleet and has ranked the plants according to their potential for effective emission reduction strategies. The full report can be downloaded here for free.

The workshop aims to present potential techniques and technologies which will be cost-effective for the Indonesian challenge. We would therefore welcome abstracts focussing on strategies which are most appropriate for Indonesian coal and coal units. If you are interested in presenting at this event, please submit your abstract of no more than 400 words by the 9th of June 2023.

This event builds from previous ICSC MEC (Multipollutant Emission Control) workshops which have taken place around the world since 2004 and will include the annual meeting of the United Nations Environment (UNEP) Coal Partnership Area. Joining the partnership area is free of charge and new partners are always welcome. For more information on the Partnership, please click here.

The Jakarta event will include:

  • Presentations from the ICSC on the results of the Indonesian fleet analyses
  • Results from the case studies at three selected Indonesian coal units – proposed emission reduction strategies and technologies
  • An update on the Macquarie University/Global Environment Fund project on emission inventories and future emission scenarios in emerging economies
  • A status report on the Minamata Convention from the UNEP Minamata Secretariat
  • Participation from relevant experts on emission reduction strategies such as plant upgrading, flexing operation, biomass cofiring, retrofit control technologies, SO2 control, NOx control, mercury control, and ash management.If you are interested in sponsoring the gala dinner or bringing a poster or exhibition stand, please get in touch with