Three quarters of GHG emissions come from the energy sector. However, currently our efforts are more towards electricity generation and road transportation. Another form of energy, heat, is often overlooked. Chemicals, food, metals, and most manufacturing industries require large amounts of heat, therefore, a huge carbon emissions! Is there a way to decarbonize our heat demand?

We need heat for everything

Energy is the building block of all human economic activities. Every region of the Indonesia archipelago must have affordable and reliable energy access in order to develop and to strive. However, current energy infrastructure does not reach all areas equally. Remote areas, specifically Eastern Indonesia, have a very minimum access to modern energy supply. Therefore, local energy generation is a more effective approach rather than centralized energy distribution in providing energy access for Indonesian’s remote areas.

Danny Kusuma

Affordable energy access for all

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