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July 20, 2017 | by The Status of Electricity Subsidy Reform in Indonesia | found in: Blog

As the most populated country in ASEAN, Indonesia consumed 41% of total energy consumption in the region or equal to 161 Mtoe in 2014 considering the significant economic development and population growth. While at that time the global economic was not in its best period, Indonesia’s energy consumption remained increasing to 164 Mtoe in 2015, […]

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March 7, 2017 | by What is the Status of Energy Infrastructure in ASEAN Power Sector? | found in: Blog

Under the ASEAN Plans of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC) 2016-2025 with the theme “Enhancing Energy Connectivity and Market Integration in ASEAN to Achieve Energy Security, Accessibility, Affordability and Sustainability for All”, the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) calls for a well-connected ASEAN to drive an integrated, competitive and resilient region.  Energy infrastructure is one of […]

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October 7, 2016 | by How Electricity Trades Progress in ASEAN | found in: Blog

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is the 3rd most populated region, and becomes the 7th economically developed region in 2015. The remarkable economic growth in ASEAN has contributed to the growth of energy supply and demand within all ASEAN Member States (AMS). In 2013, the recorded total energy supply and demand were 619 […]

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September 15, 2016 | by The Current Status of RE and its Target in ASEAN Member States | found in: Blog

High economic growth in ASEAN has prompted ASEAN Member States (AMS) to increase their energy consumption in many sectors, such as industry, transportation, residential and commercial.  To fulfil all of those demands, AMS should increase their energy production and supply. As per today’s data, most of their energy supply comes from fossil fuels which emit […]

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August 1, 2016 | by Microgrids and Smartgrids in ASEAN | found in: Blog

Today, electricity is essential in daily life. Electricity is generated from various sources of energy, and then distributed through the grids to consumers. For decades, most countries rely on large grids to fulfil electricity needs. However, with the rapid development of technology, there is significant contribution from smaller grids all over the world in the […]

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July 21, 2016 | by Microgrids and Smart Grids in Definition | found in: Blog

For decades, most countries rely on large grids to fulfil electricity needs. However, with the rapid development of technology, there is significant contribution from smaller grids all over the world in the recent years, especially to fulfil the demands in remote areas. Smaller grids comprise of mini-grids, microgrids and nanogrids. Mini-grids are the utility grid […]

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June 20, 2016 | by Fuel Cell Development for ASEAN: Flawless and Prospective Potential | found in: Blog

Nowadays, the scientist and researchers are challenged to develop and enhance the existence of the renewable energy technologies. Not only answering the affordability of those technologies, the researchers try to bear the multifarious alternative energy, its promotion and deployment regulation, and more efficient than the existing one. This is the era when the renewable energy […]

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May 30, 2016 | by The New Era of Solar Energy Technology: PV/T Technology Development | found in: Blog

Nowadays, technologies are changing rapidly and enhancing human life by providing the alternative solutions, global communications, fastest information transfers, comfortability and eases. All human life sectors are fundamentally based on technology development, including energy sector. In energy sector, technology can address the environmental issues and depletion of fossil fuels which is dominant in human life. […]

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