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Rich nations' landmark $20B deal for Indonesia to kick coal

Wealthy nations co-led by the US and Japan have agreed to provide Indonesia with US$20 billion to help move forward the country’s power sector peaking date by seven years to 2030.

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Japan’s prime minister Kishida Fumio said the move is aimed at fast-tracking Indonesia’s “realistic but ambitious transition from coal to renewable alternatives”.

Japan's prime minister Kishida Fumio said the move is aimed at fast-tracking Indonesia's "realistic but ambitious transition from coal to renewable alternatives".