Decentralised Sustainable Energy for Wider Indonesia: Towards Energy Independence and Security, 2015

Decentralised Sustainable Energy for Wider Indonesia: Towards Energy Independence and Security, 2015 

Donor: British Council Newton Fund Researcher Links supported by Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)

Amount of funding: 29,000 GBP

Project partners: Centre for Sustainable Energy and Resources Management (CSERM-UNAS), Robert Gordon University (CUSP-RGU), Greeneration

Project objectives:

  • Framing innovative solution to empower local governments, academic, and businesses to make well-informed decisions on selecting and implementing the most appropriate small scale sustainable energy systems
  • Creation of staged pathways towards increasing productivity through the appropriately designed and managed provision of reliable and secure energy

Project summary:

Indonesia, with its vast resources for sustainable energy generation, faces challenges of providing secure and equal access to energy (not only electricity) across the remote and rural islands. Addressing this challenge is therefore essential for the socio-economic development of rural areas. To coincide with the World Energy Day, Robert Gordon University (RGU) Aberdeen and Universitas Nasional (UNAS), Jakarta supported by Newton Fund and British Council, held “WORKSHOP ON DECENTRALISED SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR WIDER INDONESIA – TOWARDS ENERGY SECURITY AND INDEPENDENCE”

The workshop took place in Yogyakarta, on Tuesday to Thursday, 20 – 22 October 2015. The workshop was led by International experts and science practitioners, which include senior researchers/academics, government officials and business from UK and Indonesia.

Organising Committee:

The event was organised by:

  1. CUSP; Alan Owen and Nia Garniati,
  2. CSERM; JitoSugardjito, Inez Saptenno, Agung Iswadi, Radisti Praptiwi, Himawan Atep, Nyoman Elly and Taufik Mulyana
  3. LIPI UPT BPPTK; Ema Damayanti and Hardi Julendra; and
  4. Greeneration; Christian Natalie Amayuri and Saepul Hamid.





Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.