Anjar Priandoyo

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Multi Level Perspective (MLP) in Indonesia

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I found this paper, very good one.
A Struggle of Multi-level Governance: Promoting Renewable Energy in Indonesia (Marquardt, 2014)

Background: Renewable energy transition is a complex, multi-dimensional policy goal that involves national and subnational actors within a multi-level governance system – especially in heavily decentralized countries like Indonesia.

Theory: Transition Management, MLP (Multi-level perspective)
Electricity from MLP perspective
– Market Structure (IPP, SOE)
– Electricity System (generation, transmission, distribution)
– Policy Making (central government, regional government)

Question: How does the multi-level governance framework in a decentralized country
like Indonesia affect efforts for a transition towards renewable energy

Method: Semi Structured Interview

RE Overview

  • What are the key barriers for RE?
  • Which actor (group) is a driving force?
  • Which actor (group) is an obstacle

RE Support

  • How is the electricity market structured?
  • How does RE support fit into the structure?
  • How are decision-makers involved?

RE Transition

  • What are the challenges for a regime shift towards renewable energy?
  • What is the role of niche experiments?

Conclusion: Weak local capacity, a lack of awareness for national intentions on subnational levels and vice versa as well as missing consultation during policy formulation are major obstacles for renewables support in Indonesia


Written by Anjar Priandoyo

Mei 10, 2016 pada 12:10 pm

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  1. Dear Pak Priandoyo:

    Thanks for the invaluable information. Appreciate you to send it to

    Kind regards,
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    Mei 10, 2016 at 1:25 pm

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