Energy Policy and Climate Change: Challenges for Public Sector Organizations in South Sulawesi


  • Andi Aslinda Administrative Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia
  • Muh. Ikramullah Akmal Institut Teknologi dan Bisnis Maritim Balik Diwa, Indonesia
  • Zulfan Nahruddin Goverment Studies, STISIP Bina Generasi Polewali Mandar, Indonesia



Energy Policy, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Development, South Sulawesi


This paper aims to discuss about some issues and prospect that might faced by the power policies for public sector organizations in South Sulawesi. It celebrates the richness of the renewable power sources available within the region and the possibility of the enhanced opportunities brought about through technological advancement, at the same time as identifying strategic limitations including economic limitations, infrastructural challenges, regulatory issues, political considerations, social acceptance concerns, technological challenges amongst others. The paper offers recommendations, including reforms for coverage and financing as well as current funding mechanisms, building an institutional framework, partnership, and integration of climate resilience into the network’s capacity. Al these strategies are needed for providing solutions to the boundaries and for effective implementation of the sustainable energy development in the region which contributes for economic boom, social advancement and overall climatic trade system, mitigation process.


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How to Cite

Aslinda, A., Akmal, M. I. ., & Nahruddin, Z. . (2024). Energy Policy and Climate Change: Challenges for Public Sector Organizations in South Sulawesi. International Journal Papier Public Review, 5(2), 25-38.