Deon Arinaldo

Energy Information Specialist and Researcher at the Institut for Essential Services Reform

Deon  Arinaldo

Deon Arinaldo is part of the research team of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), an Indonesian based think tank with the mission to accelerate the transition of the country to a low carbon energy system. He is responsible for the design and implementation of research, policy analysis and the management of the research team's data to support the work of the IESR. Deon holds a Master in Sustainable Energy Engineering. He graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University) in Australia, where he studied energy system designs, energy efficiency, and energy policy.

During the EnerTracks Fellowship programme, he will focus on modelling Indonesia's energy transition in terms of the impacts on energy, the economy and society.

Read the new #blog post by our former #fellow @aguspradityat on Indonesia´s plans to increase the share of #windpower - and a first project on the island of #Sulawesi agora-energiewende.de/en/blog/wind-f…

Ralph Ruthe
Ralph Ruthe

@ralphruthe

13 September

+ der Golfstrom (die „Wärmepumpe“ Mitteleuropas) sich abschwächt. Es geht jetzt um alles und dafür brauchen wir alle. Bitte sagt es weiter, beteiligt euch an den Streiks und erzählt euren Nachbarn, Kolleginnen, Chefs, Verwandten und Kommilitonen davon. Bitte guckt nicht weg.

We are #searching for a #consultant supporting us with our new project on a renewable-based #decarbonisation pathway for #Japan. The task will be to develop scenarios for the Japanese power system with very high shares of #renewableenergies: agora-energiewende.de/en/press/news-… #energytwitter

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