Indonesia may delay rolling out its carbon tax on coal power plant emissions, officials said as authorities have yet to finalise details a week before its Apr 1 start date.
The Indonesian government optimizes the use of alternative energy sources from biogas power plants (PLTBg) that produce green energy from palm oil liquid waste (POME) to achieve the country’s new and renewable energy mix target.
Monash University researchers have taken a giant leap towards claiming a renewable energy by creating a new lithium-sulfur battery
Australia will allow plastic trash to be shipped overseas and burned as fuel under a law introduced last year that banned the export of some plastic waste, the environment minister’s office said, prompting accusations from critics of hypocrisy.
Carbon capture, utilisation and storage aids in achieving zero carbon emissions.
Indonesia’s home-grown, super-app giant Gojek has pledged to lead the country’s transition to electric vehicles, a key element in the nation’s plan to become a world leader in battery production.
CEO says clean sources could make up half company’s revenue in 10 to 15 years
Indonesian miner Bukit Asam is caught between a rock and a hard place. The 102-year-old state-owned company faces mounting calls to shed the very core of its business: coal.
Indonesia’s path toward using entirely renewable energy sources by 2060 includes banning the sales of fossil-fuel vehicles and operating a nuclear power plant.
Environmentalists have slammed a move by the Indonesian government to let a three-year moratorium on new permits for oil plantations to lapse.
For millions of villagers in Indonesia’s remote areas, a 12-hour-per-day erratic electricity supply is the norm.
Indonesia’s moratorium on new oil palm plantation permits is set to expire as the industry awaits clarity on whether the government will extend the policy.
A consortium of Indonesian companies, regulators, and one university has begun a series of tests on an aviation fuel containing a small share of biofuel derived from palm oil.
For millions of villagers in Indonesia’s remote areas, a 12-hour-per-day erratic electricity supply is the norm. With students studying by candlelight at night and health centres not running at full capacity, these communities face an uphill struggle to improve their well-being.
The Indonesian Palm Oil Producers Association (GAPKI) has urged the government to help increase the competitiveness of palm oil products, as palm oil remains the country’s most important export commodity, the GAPKI chairman stated at an industry conference.
There are calls for the renewal of a ban on new licences for palm oil plantations.