Electricity Supply Security in Indonesia - The Expansion Planning and Its Greenhouse Gases Mitigation
by Wijaya, Muhammad Ery
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Electricity, as one of the final energy forms, plays a very important role in supporting various economic activities to increase people's welfare. Most developing countries urgently need electricity for their economic development; on the other hand, economic prosperity brings a strong growth of electricity demand. Indonesia, as one of the developing countries, needs to expand its electricity generation in order to fulfill electricity demand in the future as well as to support economic development. The electricity expansion needs to consider clean and abundant energy sources to achieve affordable energy prices, system reliability, and environmental impact. Furthermore, the effort to conduct energy efficiency and promote energy saving behavior by the Indonesian people is one of several ways to support energy security improvement.
Wijaya, Muhammad Ery
Muhammad Ery Wijaya was born in Indonesia on September 1985. He holds B.Eng in Engineering Physics from Gadjah Mada University and M.Sc in Energy Technology from King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi. Currently, he is a Doctoral candidate at Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University. He loves camping, cooking and badminton.
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