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  • 1. 786 National Sustainability InitiativeThe LSI Group2012 Powerpoint Templates Page 1
  • 2. Overview• The Future of Indonesia Indonesia Summary• Indonesia’s Current Crisis Advantages of Sustainability • Population: 246 Million Current Areas of Opportunity • Archipelago of over 17,800 islands Plan Objectives  Creating the Vision • Nearly 6,000 are inhabited  Sustainable Power and Energy • World’s third largest democracy  Education and Skills Training • Recently upgraded to investment  Smart Infrastructure grade Renewable Energy Potential Clean Technology Overview and Case Studies  Solar  Biogas and Biomass  Hydro Electric  Water Purification  Cogeneration Heating & Cooling  Green Infrastructure  Geothermal Carbon Credits and Incentives Implementation Strategy Potential Funding Sources Impact Facts and Figures Powerpoint Templates Page 2
  • 3. The Future of IndonesiaImagine the possibilities of a nationwide sustainable energyinfrastructure. Indonesia would become a model for theworld that embraces environmental education, cleanenergy technologies, and has abundant energy. Newbusinesses and jobs would be created. Pollution is reducedand the quality of living significantly improved. Imagine theimpact of such a plan. It is possible. Powerpoint Templates Page 3
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  • 5. Indonesia’s Current Crisis Almost 35% of Indonesia’s population, or over 84 million people, lacks access to electricity Current electrical infrastructure needs dramatic improvement to handle future needs Indonesia is a net-importer of fossil fuel  Unfavorable energy security position  Large government subsidies erode incentive to change Deforestation and fossil fuel dependence are cause for environmental concern Indonesia is currently the worlds third-largest greenhouse-gas emitter Powerpoint Templates Page 5
  • 6. Advantages of Sustainability Environmentally friendly Economic growth and business creation Job creation and new skills training Infrastructure development Supplements growing energy needs Full off-grid power capabilities Significant cost savings and profitable Funding programs are available Powerpoint Templates Page 6
  • 7. Plan Objectives Contribute to the President’s goal of 90% electrification by 2020 Pursue the National Goal of 15% renewable energy generating capacity by 2025 Utilize Indonesia’s precious natural resources in a sustainable and environmentally responsible fashion Stimulate the economy through business creation, job training, infrastructure, and education Powerpoint Templates Page 7
  • 8. Renewable Energy Potential Multiple renewable energy sources exist in abundance  Hydropower, Geothermal, Biomass/Biogas, Solar, Wind, plus agricultural and industrial cogeneration Much of the current potential is undeveloped, between 95% - 99% Renewable energy resources exist in rural areas were they are most needed Local development can power smaller areas without dependence on the national network Powerpoint Templates Page 8
  • 9. Installed Capacity vs. Production Powerpoint Templates Page 9
  • 10. Future Energy Goals Powerpoint Templates Page 10
  • 11. Renewable Energy Measures Powerpoint Templates Page 11
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  • 13. The Vision: Sustainable Energy SystemMultiple Renewable Energy sources, fully integrated intoa managed, smart grid system Powerpoint Templates Page 13
  • 14. 1. Solar Indonesia’s Solar Powerpoint Templates Potential Page 14
  • 15. Biogas/Biomass Powerpoint Templates Page 15
  • 16. Gas Production by Animal Type Powerpoint Templates Page 16
  • 17. Biogas Output & Herd Size (cow) Thousands of kWh produced600 Source: BioCycle 2008 Analysis of Wisconsin Dairy Farms500400300200100 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Herd Size Powerpoint Templates Page 17
  • 18. Hydro Electric• PLN has identified 96 potential hydroelectric power sites in Indonesia• 60% of the sites would be developed by the PLN, while the remaining would be offered to independent power producers• The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry says Indonesia has an overall capacity of 75,670 MW of hydropower• Currently hydropower accounts for only 5,705 MW• PLN is obliged to buy power from any renewable energy generators (hydro, solar, geothermal, biomass). This means any hydropower scheme Powerpoint Templates development is welcomed. Page 18
  • 19. Cogeneration Powerpoint Templates Page 19
  • 20. Plaza IndonesiaCombined Cooling Heating and Power (CCHP)9 GE’s J620 Jenbacher gas engines24 MW power capability40% reduction in diesel consumptionHeat, cooling and power are nowconsistently available from a state of the arttrigeneration application fuelled with ‘towngas.’ It also utilizes waste heat to generatesteam for the hotel’s laundry plant, hotwater for the hotel and runs a dehumidifierfor air conditioningHyatt RegencyJakarta, Indonesia Powerpoint Templates Page 20
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  • 22. Water Purification• Rural communities can access clean water by new, innovative technologies• Water purification systems complement alternative energy, especially in remote areas Powerpoint Templates Page 22
  • 23. Green Infrastructure Joint use Solar panels facilitiesGreen roof High-efficiency heating and coolingWaterefficient Energy efficient lighting Alternative Sustainable transportation Waste materials Recycling Powerpoint Templates Page 23
  • 24. What is Green Infrastructure? Green building or infrastructure uses the features of nature, new technologies and sustainable materials to build cost-neutral or cost-saving eco-friendly structures. Buildings use efficient construction methods/materials, incorporate recycling, green transportation methods, energy and water efficiency, improved air quality, and profitability. Older buildings can be retrofitted to significantly reduce operating costs and carbon emissions. Green building provide a more productive and healthy environment for occupants. Powerpoint Templates Page 24
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  • 26. Key componentsof building greeninfrastructure Powerpoint Templates Page 26
  • 27. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a United Statesbased green building certification program. LEED uses third-party verificationthat a building, home or community was designed and built using strategiesaimed at achieving the highest performance standards in sustainable sitedevelopment, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoorenvironmental quality. Powerpoint Templates Page 27
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  • 32. Carbon Credits Powerpoint Templates Page 32
  • 33. Implementation Path Develop comprehensive vision/mission statement Data gathering and needs assessment  Cost/benefit analysis to identify highest value Technology and knowledge transfer  Utilize global expert resources Comprehensive financing model  Cooperative, local ownership, foreign investment Project Management, Operations, Quality Control Support and maintenance planning and resources Powerpoint Templates Page 33
  • 34. Key Resources Coordinated, multi-disciplinary approach is key to success Public entities  Utilities, Policy Makers, Education Private entities  Investment, Installation, Marketing, Support, Maintenance, Training Global entities  Non-Governmental Organizations, UN Powerpoint Templates Page 34
  • 35. World Bank Group 1. Private sector developmentWorld Bank Group is 2. Infrastructurecurrently supporting 3. Community developmentIndonesia’s institutions and social protection,and systems at both the 4. Education, and Environmentalcentral and sub-national sustainability andlevel, in five core areas disaster mitigation.of engagement: Powerpoint Templates Page 35
  • 36. The World Bank in Indonesia• Portfolio of 77 active projects as of September 201• Total commitments were worth US$6.977 billion for roads, energy, education, health, irrigation and rural development.• The World Bank also supervises another 11 projects financed out of the Aceh and Nias, and the Java Multi-Donor Trust Funds.• Through the Geothermal Clean Energy Investment Project, Indonesia will scale up power generation using its vast geothermal resources - the largest in the world. The project sets the goal to increase 4,000 Megawatts of geothermal power, which is equivalent to a 40 percent increase of global geothermal power generation. Powerpoint Templates Page 36
  • 37. Green Innovation Challenge• New Opportunity: Indonesia Demand- Driven Green Innovation Program• Call for challenges open now• Global Partnership Team Powerpoint Templates Page 37
  • 38. Potential Impact Deliver reliable electricity to nearly 84 million Indonesians If renewable energy resources are developed at 33% of their potential, the result is over 50 GW of power Jobs would be created in the development, distribution, support, and maintenance of the resources Education, and specialized skills training would be available to thousands of people Powerpoint Templates Page 38
  • 39. Professional Affiliations Powerpoint Templates Page 39
  • 40. Contact UsIndonesia Mr. Leonardo Stoute lstoute@lsigroup.org +62 (81) 3999.28678United States ventures@lsigroup.org +1 (888) 896.7705Online www.LSIgroup.org Powerpoint Templates Page 40