JETP is a 20 billion dollars USD energy transition deal agreed between Government of Indonesia (GoI) and developed nations grouped under the International Partners Group (IPG) on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Bali, November 2022. The IPG comprises the Governments of Japan, the United States of America, Canada, Denmark, the European Union, the Federal Republic of Germany, the French Republic, Norway, the Republic of Italy, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The JETP Secretariat was formed and begun its work in April 2023. One of its tasks is to coordinate the collaborative effort between the GoI and IPG in putting the CIPP together, supported by working groups with multistakeholder participation of international agencies, think tank, energy cooperation programs and civil society organizations.
The public comments submitted before November 14th will be collated and processed by the JETP Secretariat and this will inform the finalization of the CIPP. The document will underpin the implementation of the JETP. It is expected to be launched in Indonesia before the world's biggest diplomatic event on climate change, the Conference of Parties (COP) 28, to be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at the end of this year.