Indonesian government has targeted for energy sector to contribute 11 percent or 314 million tons of CO2. Nevertheless, there is a gap policy between fossil fuel and renewable energy.
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources installed communal biogas in Al Yasini Islamic Boarding School of Wonorejo, Pasuruan, East Java on early April benefiting its thousands of students.
President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo on Thursday (12/4) signed a regulation to accelerate waste management installation to energy using environmentally friendly technology which aims to reduce waste volume and improve people’s welfare.
Indonesian Institute for Sciences (LIPI) collaborating with Japan launched Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development, or SATREPS, to develop sorghum as biomass alternative energy to replace depleting oil as fuel.
Indonesian Geothermal Association targets 7,200 MW development by 2025, said its chief, Abadi Purnomo, at 5th Indonesia International Geothermal Convention & Exhibition (IIGCE) 2017, in Jakarta.
Amid increasing development for renewable energy and abandoning fossil fuel in US, India, China, and Germany, instead, Indonesia announced coal as primary energy in the country.
State Minister of National Development Planning or Bappenas, Sofyan Djalil conducted a series of bilateral meeting on energy renewable, environment and transportation with Vice President of Switzerland, Doris Leuthard.
To support government’s program “Bright Indonesia”, PT Pertamina has committed to develop 1,000 MW solar power plants (SPP) in locations with low electricity ratio.
Jakarta (Greeners) – The twenty first session of Conference of Parties (COP 21) of UNFCCC has officially closed with countries agreed to adopt Paris Agreement. International NGO, World Wildlife Fund […]
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Jakarta (Greeners) – Duta Besar Jerman untuk Indonesia Dr. Georg Witschel menyatakan bahwa Jerman telah menyiapkan dana pinjaman untuk proyek pengembangan energi terbarukan atau renewable energy di Indonesia. Menurut Witschel, […]