Nataliawati Siahaan joined the Indonesian Institute for Energy Economics (IIEE) in February 2011. She has experience and interest in the field of energy studies. She got her bachelor’s degree from Bogor Agricultural University and has a master’s degree in management science from the University of Indonesia.She has experience researching various topics including; fossil fuel subsidy reform, renewable energy proliferation, and energy efficiency. Her work with the International Institute for Sustainable Development’s (IISD)-Global Subsidies Initiative (GSI) research team on, “Indonesia’s Fuel Subsidies: Action Plan for Reform” has been published by the IISD-GSI. She has also contributed to the research publication,“Fossil-Fuel Subsidy Reform in Indonesia: A Review of Government Communications in 2012” which was produced by the IISD-GSI as well. In 2013, she was involved in are search project called the“Inventory of Electricity Subsidies in Indonesia”as part of an Asian Development Bank project,“Rationalizing Fossil-Fuel Subsidies in India, Indonesia and Thailand.” Her dedication to this field of study awarded her yet another research position for the“Unconventional Gas in East Asia” project, funded by the Energy Studies Institute of the National University of Singapore. In 2014, she was involved in the project on Indonesia 2050 Pathway Calculator (I2050 PC) and together with core team of Ministry of Energy Mineral Resources and other team member developed the I2050PC.
These days, Nataliawati Siahaan works as a research manager with the IIEE.Her current work environment enables her to collaborate with various donors to manage the IIEE’s relationship with a wide range of Indonesian and international energy stakeholders. Along with her research, she has experience coordinating seminars, workshops, and an assortment of other training events.