LEAP Indonesia Project holds multistakeholder dialogues

13 02 2012

Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) and PT TUV NORD Indonesia conducted multistakeholder dialogues in Jakarta and Medan, Indonesia last January 19 and 26, 2012 for the initiative Leapfrog towards Efficiency And Progress through Low Carbon Economy Indonesia (LEAP).

LEAP Indonesia is a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project designed to help the businesses from five sectors (Cement, Iron and Steel, Textile, Power Plant and Palm Oil) 1) reduce their Green House Gas emissions, 2) become more energy-efficient and 3) contribute to the national plans of the government towards low-carbon economy.

The initiative is co-financed by PT TUV NORD Indonesia and German development bank DEG. ASSIST offers technical expertise, training and technical assistance to local companies for this project.

Through the activity, the project implementers sought to: 1. Strengthen commitment to work together to achieve the goals and objectives of the project; 2. Provide an opportunity for accessing expertise and experience on how best to carry out the capacity-building phase of the project; 3. Generate inputs on the proposed training outline and topics to be covered; 4. Determine optimum strategies for recruiting training participants that will be developed as local trainers; 5. Identify complementarities and synergies with existing efforts and initiatives from government and other stakeholders.

Based on the inputs from the multistakeholder dialogues, training materials and technical assistance for the project would be fine-tuned. #





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