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Kalimantan                                             TimurNanggroeAcehDarusalam                             NusaPapua, K...
IBEKA                                                  > 17.508 islands                                                 +/...
IBEKA     Community based electric power system                                                                   PURPLE v...
IBEKA       Social business in electric power system                                                                   PUR...
IBEKA        PARADIGM AND BASIC PRINCIPLESfor COMMUNITY BASED DEVELOPMENT / SOCIAL BUSINESS MODEL                      par...
IBEKA     utilization of village water resources for village   empowerment using community based development           and...
IBEKA           HUMAN LIVING PARADIGM CONTRAST                                        people, are wise, social and nature ...
Tri mumpuni implementation
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Tri mumpuni implementation

  1. 1. IBEKA
  2. 2. Kalimantan TimurNanggroeAcehDarusalam NusaPapua, Komoro tribes Tenggara Jawa Barat Timur
  3. 3. IBEKA > 17.508 islands +/- 7000 inhabited +/- 243 million population > 100 million unelectrified > 30.000 unelectrified villages (remote, scattered and poor infrastructure)1700 km 5300 km
  4. 4. IBEKA Community based electric power system PURPLE village, electrified (grid extension) BLUE village, electrified (isolated grid) RED village, unelectrified 500 kV grid Village D Village B Village A Village F Village E Concentrate for industries and urban areaVillage C (Taba) = big power company = small (village/rural) power enterprise
  5. 5. IBEKA Social business in electric power system PURPLE village, electrified (grid extension) all villages are electrified or grid connected BLUE village, electrified (isolated grid) RED village, unelectrified 500 kV gridVillage coop (Cinta Mekar) Village D Village B Village A Village F Village E Concentrate for industries and urban area Village C (Taba) = big power company = small (village/rural) power enterprise
  6. 6. IBEKA PARADIGM AND BASIC PRINCIPLESfor COMMUNITY BASED DEVELOPMENT / SOCIAL BUSINESS MODEL participatory development SELF PROPELLING INITIATIVE for Community Based Development or Social Business & INTRINSIC community local EMPOWER- empower - community MENT ment respect
  7. 7. IBEKA utilization of village water resources for village empowerment using community based development and social business investment model.village water fossil fuel con- projected total capital CER projected resource sumption reduc- investment flow to village carbon equiv employee needed potential tion per year needed SME per year (total carbon [rural SME needed] utilization (million liters) (million USD) (million USD) sales, USD) > 750 employee 17.082 ton 10 MW 18.98 20 2.814 [120 village SME] (120.000) > 4.500 employee 85.410 ton 50 MW 94.90 100 14.070 [575 village SME] (600.000) > 8.000 employee 170.820 ton 100 MW 189.80 200 28.140 [1.100 village SME] (1.200.000) 500 MW 949 1.000 > 39.000 employee 140.700 854.100 ton [5.250 village SME] (6.000.000) Assumption : 1 litter of fossil fuel (diesel oil) will be used to generate 3 kWh of electric power. Average investment cost of one village MHP unit is 200.000 USD. Capacity of the MHP is on average 100 KW per unit, operated by a village SME employed 7 local personnel. Average monthly income each village MHP unit is $ 2345 USD, based on plant factor 0.65 and selling tariff 5.49 cent USD/KWh. Average yearly income each village MHP is $ 28.140 Certified Emission Reduction (CER), 1 liter HSD (diesel oil) equivalent to 0,9 kg CO2, carbon selling price is 7 USD/ton.
  8. 8. IBEKA HUMAN LIVING PARADIGM CONTRAST people, are wise, social and nature conscious increase consuming only what we need high morality numbers humble and simple, caring and sharingto achieve critical mass a mutual prosperity and peaceful living of wise personnel in the society (social business paradigm) HUMANITY BASED ECOLOGY increase GROWTH BASED ECONOMY middle class numbers(commercial business paradigm) to achieve high capability work force people, being persuaded in the society to spend money we don’t have on things we don’t need to create impression that won’t last on people we don’t care about

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