Dinita Setyawati

Senior Electricity Policy Analyst, South East Asia

Dinita analyses electricity policy across Southeast Asia and promotes the use of clean power in electricity, transportation and industrial sectors.

She holds a PhD in Global Environmental Study from Kyoto University of Japan, and a Master’s in Southeast Asian Studies from SOAS, University of London.

She is often consulted and has published on topics related to energy justice and sustainable development. She is an author of peer-reviewed publications and a book including State-of-the-Art Indonesia Energy Transition.

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Beyond tripling: Keeping ASEAN’s solar & wind momentum

Keeping ASEAN's solar and wind momentum requires stronger policy support to stimulate development, creating a more dynamic demand and supply for clean energy

  • Asia
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Thailand
  • The Philippines
  • Viet Nam
  • Solar
  • Wind