Subsidy is widely used by the government to protect the lower-income and vulnerable citizens from the high cost of energy source. Read More
Electricity generation in a country has many facets that are intertwined, including but not limited to economics, social, and politics. Read More
Transportation fuels are one of the most energy-consuming sectors in the world. In 2015, transportation fuels contributed about 25% of the world’s energy consumption.
In 2012, there was a meeting between countries at the Rio de Janeiro, Brazil namely The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Read More
Energy efficiency and conservation are a demand-side approach or often referred to as Demand Side Management (DSM) to meet the energy demand-supply balance.
Discussion about nuclear power for energy supply is a debatable topic among various societies in Indonesia, of which there are agreements as well as disagreements.
The Paris Agreement and UN’s Sustainable Development Goals address an important objective to mobilize investment to meet the goal of limiting global warming to, at most, 2 degrees Celcius.
The dimension of poverty no longer speaks of the amount of income by each individual but has developed in a multidimensional perspective. Read More
The judgment of renewable energy which always related to its high and uncompetitive price compared to fossil fuel might be ended up very soon. Read More
Declining resource and negative environmental impact of fossil energy have led to the development of clean and sustainable energy, especially in the power sector. Read More