This report is the result of a three-day workshop in Bali, Indonesia. The main objective of the workshop was to bring participants form various backgrounds, concerns, and sectors together in order to discuss the potential of several forms of bioenergy in Indonesia and pathways of their development. The workshop was organized by Udayana University, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and su-re.co within the framework of two research projects funded by the European Commission: GreenWin and TRANSrisk. The workshop was well attended by more than 68 registered participants coming from backgrounds such as local and national government, private sector, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), academia, science and international experts.
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