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Are we seriously going to import electricity?

2014.03.26 The plan of PT PLN, the state electric company, to import electricity from Malaysia makes us see red. Even though they claim that it is cheaper to import rather than produce it ourselves, this news has broken our heart. Indonesia, as a country, has an abundance of natural resources to produce our own electricity,…

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Ana Shell

Biomass Gasification Trend

2013.10.07 Biomass energy is created by the combustion or biochemical conversion of any organic matter to be used for fuel. Some of the organic materials used for biomass energy include wood, sawdust, grasses, corn, sugarcane, farm waste, and other plant life. The processes for converting biomass into energy are numerous. If it consists of waste, biomass…

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CleanTech Marketplace Forum: Anthony Jude, Ana Shell, Yatin Premchand, Jiwan Acharya

2013 CleanTech Marketplace Forum @ Sentosa, Singapore

2013.09.12 The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Global CleanTech Clusters Association (GCCA, representing over 10,000 green energy companies from around the world), in conjunction with swissnex Singapore, recently held the 2013 CleanTech Marketplace Forum. Energy industry professionals gathered together in Sentosa, Singapore to discuss breaking developments, challenges, upcoming projects, and potential business relationships. This…

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Go greener!

Blackout over 70% of Venezuela!

2013.09.05 Although Venezuela controls the world’s largest known oil reserves, they can’t seem to get their own energy infrastructure to run efficiently. Half-way through September 3rd, nearly 70% of the country lost power! In most parts of the world, this would be an anomaly. But in Venezuela, it simply adds to the laundry list of…

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