Renewable energy

ABSTRACT Indonesia would face the energy crisis if there were no significant innovations in new and renewable invented energy. This is because about 90% of the country’s energy is derived from fossil fuels, which would soon be running out in the coming period of 9 to 40 years. One of the options...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Renewable energy
ABSTRACT Taiwan’s government announced its energy development plan in 2017 and decided to promote no nuclear power policy by the year 2025. Before further discussion on the renewable energy promotion, it is better to understand the current electricity generation structure. This study presented...
Country: Taiwan Topic: Renewable energy
INTRODUCTION Biomass energy (biofuels and waste) is currently the largest renewable energy source and the fourth largest primary energy supply in the world (International Energy Agency, 2019b). Defined by the Renewable Energy Development Act (Executive Yuan, 2019) in Taiwan, biomass energy (or...
Country: Taiwan Topic: Renewable energy
ABSTRACT Energy still has an important role and is a strategic sector in the national economy of Indonesia. Due to limited availability of fossil energy, it is necessary to find other alternative energy sources. Biofuel is viewed as a renewable energy that can be developed as a counterbalance or...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Renewable energy
ABSTRACT Renewable energy technologies offer the promise of clean, abundant energy gathered from self-renewing resources such as the sun, wind, water, earth, and plants. According to United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, number 7 is to provide an Affordable Energy, and number 4 for...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Renewable energy