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Integrated Tridharma Implementation to Build Benefit Sustainability in Renewable Energy Development

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Case Study presentation: Integrated Tridharma Implementation to Build Benefit Sustainability in Renewable Energy Development
Dr. Rachmawan Budiarto, RCE Yogyakarta
11th Global RCE Conference
7-9 December, 2018
Cebu, the Philippines

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Integrated Tridharma Implementation to Build Benefit Sustainability in Renewable Energy Development

  1. 1. INTEGRATED TRIDHARMA IMPLEMENTATION TO BUILD BENEFIT SUSTAINABILITY IN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT Dr. Rachmawan Budiarto Universitas Gadjah Mada – Indonesia RCE Yogyakarta
  2. 2. three main tasks of Indonesian higher education institution, known as Tridharma: teaching, research & community service the three main tasks are carried out in integrative systemic approach to achieve benefit sustainability of any program community service research teaching
  3. 3. complex problem to be solved comprehensive synergy to solve complex problem
  4. 4. selected project: integrated approach in multiyears project by Universitas Gadjah Mada (centre for energy studies + centre for economic democracy studies + engineering physics – fac. of engineering + directorate of community services), CCES (NGO) and Lakpesdam Nahdatul Ulama
  5. 5. Developed by GIZ maintenance and analysis cooperation with Centre for Energy Studies UGM (2013 - 2015) CP: Rachmawan Budiarto Coverage in 2014: 530 sites in 121 Kabupaten of microhydro (0.45 – 400 kW) and centralized photovoltaics system (15 – 150 kWp)
  6. 6. key: •Watt Hours (Energy) not only Watt •cause no conflict •local ability in operating, maintaining •national ability in developing and manufacture
  7. 7. KEMALA Consortium Increasing of Poor Household Income Through Green Business Practices Supported by Renewable Energy •3 villages in remote areas in 2 provinces (Jambi and West Sumatera) •Installation of total 73.3 kWp Photovoltaics in 307 sites: houses, public facilities, small medium enterprises and solar water pumps. •Support Development of Local Agricultural SME •Comprehensive Approach •July 2016 – Feb 2018 •Total grant: USD 1.28 millions
  8. 8. summary: PV installation, trained local people, training moduls, policy brief, green school, supported local business, desimination green school: strategy, implementation steps, local green champions, local institutions installed photovoltaics supported local green business
  9. 9. Installation of total 73.3 kWp Photovoltaics in 307 sites: houses, public facilities, small medium enterprises and solar water pumps training for 24 students (Yogya): part of lecturer, capacity building for green job, for project supervisor installations: trained (by project) local community, selected students, CES team
  10. 10. whatsapp group to maintain communication with local green champions (trained by project) July – August 2018 student community service (KKN) 8 weeks; required course part of around 7500 participated UGM students July 2016 – Feb 2018 July 2017 – March 2021 CDSR research on system sustainability (IDR 38.1 billions USAID funded) 7 Indonesian Univ + 1 US Univ incoming programs Sustainability Scheme
  11. 11. whatsapp group to maintain communication with local green champions (trained by project) July – August 2018 student community service (KKN) 8 weeks; required course part of around 7500 participated UGM students July 2016 – Feb 2018 July 2017 – March 2021 CDSR research on system sustainability (IDR 38.1 billions USAID funded) 7 Indonesian Univ + 1 US Univ incoming programs Sustainability Scheme July – August 2018 student community service (KKN) 8 weeks; part of around 7500 participated UGM students per year as required course
  12. 12. • Renewable energy development requires supply of human resources capable in providing cross-cutting solutions. • The team developes (an elective) course of "sustainable energy system" • It will be offered to students from six faculties
  13. 13. 01/24/19 1. Energy Economics (IE – Reguler – elective) 2. Energy Economics (IE – IUP – elective) Lect: Economics & Eng. Physics status: new; on-going Economic Sociology (Sociology - required) Lect: F. Social & Political Science, Economics, Eng. Physics status: being prepared Host: Engineering Physics, F. of. Engineering Lect: 6 faculties status: to be offered in next curriculum (2020) Ren. Energy Integration into Electrical System (Electrical Eng. - elective) Lect: Electrical Eng., Sociology, Economics, Biology, Eng. Physics status: to be prepared
  14. 14. community service research teaching Course of “Sustainable Energy System” F. Eng (DTETI & DTNTF) F. Economics & Business (Economics) F. Social & Political Science (Sociology) F. Biology F. Law F. Forestry
  15. 15. thank you for our better world

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