Introduction

As a National Designated Authority (NDA) and a leading opinion leader under the architecture of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), the operating entity of the financial mechanism of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Republic of Korea (MoEF) and the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia (MoF) are pleased to jointly host an intellectually engaging event ‘Indonesia-Korea Joint Workshop : Accelerating Climate Technology and Entrepreneurship.’

 

The workshop aims to strengthen a strategic partnership between two countries, Indonesia and Korea, beyond the two NDAs’ friendship, and to explore the most effective and collaborative ways of climate technology development and transfer in response to adverse impacts of climate change in Indonesia.

 

Recently, the GCF has set up an ambitious strategic goal to promote technology transfer and innovation in partner member countries, and has proactively promoted a first-ever climate technology focused initiative in partnership with KDB, an accredited entity based in Seoul – i.e. Collaborative R&DB Programme for Promoting the Innovation of Climate Technopreneurship. Indonesia is one of the most important partner countries as for the significant global initiative of the largest multi-lateral climate fund and for sure that the workshop will function as a firm foundation of assessing the local ecosystem and the technology needs and discussing effective mechanisms and practical tools that realise the goal.

4th February 2021 / 13:00 ~ 16:00 (Jakarta Time)

15:00 ~ 18:00 (Korea Standard Time)

Live Webinar (YouTube Streaming)

Ministry of Economy and Finance (Republic of Korea),
Ministry of Finance (Republic of Indonesia)

Korea Development Bank (KDB),
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)

Programme

Time Content Speakers & Panelists
13:00-13:20

(Jakarta Time)


15:00-15:20

(Korea Standard Time)

Opening Remarks Opening Remarks
Dr. Febrio Kacaribu, Head of Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance, Indonesia
Ji Young CHOI, Director of Green Climate Policy Division, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Korea
13:20-14:20

(Jakarta Time)


15:20-16:20

(Korea Standard Time)

[Session 1]

Plenary Presentation and Panel Discussion

“A Financing Focus: Catalysing Investments in Climate Actions in Indonesia”
Moderator
Marcel Silvius, Country Representative GGGI Indonesia
Plenary Presentation
“A Continuing Problem – How to Attract Capital and Finance Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Activities”
Leo Hyoungkun Park, Financial Institutions Manager, GCF Private Sector Facility
Panel Discussion
“Financing Gap Analysis to Fulfill Indonesia’s Climate Commitments – Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC)”
Laksmi Dhewanthi, Senior Adviser to the Minister, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia
“Ministry-level Strategic Partnership Plan for Promoting Climate Resilience in Indonesia”
Sun Yi Lee, Deputy Director, Ministry of Environment, Korea
“Sharing Indonesia’s Best Practices on Financing Climate-responsive Technology & Indonesia’s Ambition for the Leap to a Greener and Climate-resilient Economy”
Shinta Kamdani, Co-founder of ANGIN, Indonesia
“Sharing EXIM’s Best Practice on Financing Climate Change Projects in Emerging Markets and Special Insights for Indonesia”
Jung Wan Ryu, Director, The Export-Import Bank of Korea
Q&A Session
14:20-14:30

(Jakarta Time)


16:20-16:30

(Korea Standard Time)

Coffee Break
14:30-15:30

(Jakarta Time)


16:30-17:30

(Korea Standard Time)

[Session 2]

Plenary Presentation and Panel Discussion

“A Technology Focus: Accessing Climate Technology Needs and Priorities in Indonesia”
Moderator
Wook Sang AHN, Head, KDB Climate Business Team
Plenary Presentation
“Why Technology? – Technological Innovation at the Centre of the Global Discourse on a Genuine Paradigm-shifting Climate Transformation”
Andrey Chicherin, Innovations, Technology and Co-Funding Green Climate Fund
Panel Discussion
“Climate Technology Needs aligned with the National Development Priorities & Indonesia-led Initiatives on the ground”
Yudi Anantasena, Deputy Chairman of Technology and Natural Resources Development, BPPT, Indonesia
“Accelerating Roles of Incubators and Accelerators to Support Climate Technology in Indonesia”
Joshua Agusta, Venture Fund Director of PT Mandiri Capital, Indonesia
“Sharing Best Practices of Korea in Technology-driven Entrepreneurship for Accelerating Innovation”
Jeongtae Kim, CEO, MYSC, Korea
“Sharing Best Practice on Renewable Wave Energy – How Innovation Brings Climate Achievement?”
Dae Hyun Kim, Director, INGINE, Korea
Q&A Session
15:30-15:50

(Jakarta Time)


17:30-17:50

(Korea Standard Time)

[Concluding Remarks]

“Summing Up: The Road Ahead and the Path to Accelerated Climate Innovation in Indonesia”
Concluding Remarks
Ho CHOI, General Manager, ESG·New Deal Planning Department, Korean Development Bank
Dian Lestari, Acting Director of Center for Climate Finance and Multilateral Policy, Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance, Indonesia

Speakers

Opening Remarks

febrio

Dr. Febrio Kacaribu

Head of Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance, Indonesia

choi

Ji Young CHOI

Director of Green Climate Policy Division, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Korea

[Session 1]

Moderator

marcel

Marcel Silvius

Country Representative GGGI Indonesia

Plenary Presentation

park

Leo Hyoungkun Park

Financial Institutions Manager, GCF Private Sector Facility

Panel Discussion

laksmi

Laksmi Dhewanthi

Senior Adviser to the Minister, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia

lee

Sun Yi Lee

Deputy Director, Ministry of Environment, Korea

shinta

Shinta Kamdani

Co-founder of ANGIN, Indonesia

ryu

Jung Wan Ryu

Director, The Export-Import Bank of Korea

[Session 2]

Moderator

ahn

Wook Sang AHN

Head, KDB Climate Business Team

Plenary Presentation

andrey

Andrey Chicherin

Innovations, Technology and Co-Funding Green Climate Fund

Panel Discussion

yudi

Yudi Anantasena

Deputy Chairman of Technology and Natural Resources Development, BPPT, Indonesia

joshua

Joshua Agusta

Venture Fund Director of PT Mandiri Capital, Indonesia

kim

Jeongtae Kim

CEO, MYSC, Korea

kim2

Dae Hyun Kim

Director, INGINE, Korea

Concluding Remarks

choi

Ho CHOI

General Manager, ESG·New Deal Planning Department, Korean Development Bank

dian

Dian Lestari

Acting Director of Center for Climate Finance and Multilateral Policy, Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance, Indonesia

Board

Registration

To join the workshop,
we kindly ask you to fill out the form and submit it to receive a link for the workshop.

 

For more information, please e-mail us at ccpp@blueorigin.co.kr

Background

As signatories of the Paris Agreement, Korea and Indonesia are both fully committed to contribute to the effort of tackling the climate crisis. This commitment is communicated through
their Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), in which Korea and Indonesia are determined to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 37% and 29%, respectively, from the business-as-usual (BAU) level by 2030. Both countries are also determined to increase the nation’s resiliency towards climate change as evidenced by their established national climate adaptation plan. As a strategic and major key partner, both countries’ intensive economic and industrial cooperation anticipates unmeasurable great potential in the near future as they have shown in the past. That collaboration is particularly required for bringing about blooming entrepreneurship ecosystems in both countries in an active response to
climate change and its adverse impacts.