The policy and regulatory framework of Indonesia is a complex interaction within a structured hierarchy. Often, in the field of green services and climate change, many confusions, conflicts and overlapping conditions between the government regulations and local regulations are inevitable. Our full awareness of this at AYMP continuously drives us to equip our lawyers with the necessary skills related to regulatory frameworks on sustainability and environmental issues, spanning from national to international level.
AYMP helps its clients to pinpoint available new business opportunities and mitigation strategies, taking into account different emission trading schemes and emission reduction projects (including CDM, JI, and other structured carbon products). Our scope of work includes, but is not limited to, reviewing and representing client on preparation and negotiation of Emissions Reduction Purchase Agreement (ERPA) as well as issuing legal opinion and advices from Indonesian legal perspective for the transaction. We have received the privilege to be chosen as the legal counsel to assist the Indonesian government with its Clean Technology and Low Carbon Investment Program in 2009, working particularly with the Government’s Center for Investments (Pusat Investasi Pemerintah).