Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia

Governing Green Transition: Barriers and Enablers of Power Sector Reform in Indonesia

Research project All commitments are on the condition of the Danish Parliament’s approval of adequate funds for development research in the upcoming 2023 Finance Bill. Final grant amount TBA. Indonesia has committed to combatting climate change by reducing gr ...
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Market-driven Multi-Energy Operational Planning in Indonesia – MARGIN

Research project The project "Market-driven Multi-Energy Operational Planning in Indonesia – MARGIN" will lay the foundation for future bottom-up multi-energy systems in Indonesia based on renewable energies (REs), communities and flexibility to provide better user m ...
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HVDC GREEN: HVDC GRid for intErconnEcting Nusantara

Research project Indonesia electricity demand is to increase 76% in the next 10 years. As of today, the majority of electricity consumption is in Java, where the majority of people (56%) and industry locates. Currently, 69.5% of the energy in Java already comes from ... First year report In the first months of work, the HVDC GREEN project has been developing the tools and frameworks that are essential for performing good research. These are the main achievements: -A state-of-the-art paper on the main challenges ...
Period: 2021-09-1 to 2024-08-31 Countries: Indonesia Lead institution: Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark Partner institutions: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia PT PLN (Persero), Indonesia Project code: 20-M02AAU Total grant: 4,662,139 DKK
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Microgrid Technologies for Remote Indonesian Islands

Research project Tech-IN is aimed at overcoming the challenges associated with the large-scale deployment of renewable-based microgrids (MGs) in the hazardous environment of the Indonesian Islands that is prone to severe natural disasters (NDs). Tech-IN’s goal is two ... First annual report: The WP1 - Techno-socio-economic feasibility of MGs in Indonesia has been completed and the relevant three milestones were achieved with three deliverables and two potential publications. The outcomes of the WP1 are as follows: ...
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