INGINE was invited as one of the two private companies to attend the “Indonesia-Korea Joint Workshop: Accelerating Climate Technology and Entrepreneurship”, jointly hosted by the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia, and organized by the Korea Development Bank and Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), held on the 4th at the Government Sejong Convention Center.
In Indonesia, the workshop was attended by government agencies, such as the Ministry of Finance and the Technology and Natural Resources Development, BPPT, financial institutions such as the Mandiri Bank, and private and public green industry organizations. From Korea, the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Ministry of Environment, KDB Bank, representatives from private companies and international organization such as the Green Climate Fund (GCF) joined the venue to share Korea’s experiences and future plans for green recovery.
This event was held online in compliance with the government’s infection prevention and control measures with active participation from both government’s officials, international organizations, private investors, and civil society to share in Indonesia’s current climate situation and its response, as well as to explore methods of improving the current climate technology.
The Korea Development Bank has already taken the lead in various environmentally friendly fields, business restructuring, and investment expansion of local companies specializing in industries such as electric vehicle parts, water, and waste businesses. It has set forth “climate change response” as a long term plan for future development, and incorporated it together with the bank’s primary role of “cultivating innovative industries”.
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