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MoU BPPT TESSJakarta (August 30) – Head of the Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT), Unggul Priyanto accompanied by the Deputy for TIEM, Eniya Listiani Dewi signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (TESS), Japan.

This MoU is the first step of joint research related to the Study and Demonstration of the Development Project of Hydrogen Autonomous Energy Systems (H2One™) for Off Grid and Microgrid Network Connections.

“Through the signing of this MoU with Toshiba Japan, we are working on Joint Research H2One, a combination of battery and fuel cell technology for new and renewable energy power plants" said Unggul. Unggul added that Indonesia has many renewable energy potentials including abundant solar energy sources with an average solar radiation intensity of around 4.8 kWh / m2 per day in all parts of Indonesia.

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gbciWednesday (August 1), the Green Building Council Indonesia (GBCI) team visited the National Laboratory for Energy Conversion Technology (B2TKE). Received by the Head of B2TKE, MM Sarinanto and representatives of the Energy Conversion Division, the GBCI team led by Widjojo Hardjoprakoso intends to connect the Government and the private sector to apply the concept of green building in Indonesia. 

Founded in 2009 by professionals in the building design and construction sector who are concerned with the application of the green building concept, GBCI aims to market transformation and dissemination to the community and building executant to apply the principles of green building, especially in the building industry sector in Indonesia.

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PLN LitbangFocusing on the field of solar thermal, the Energy Conversion Division - National Laboratory for Energy Technology (B2TKE) received a visit from representatives of PT PLN (Persero) Electricity Research and Development Center on Monday (July 30). Led by Hamdan Hartono Alif, the visit was intended to discuss the potential of implementing Solar Thermal Power Plant (STPP) in Indonesia.

Hamdan was interested in developing research in the geothermal binary cycle in Lahendong 500 kW PLTP and 100 kW Wayang Windu conducted by B2TKE. "This (the development of binary cycle geothermal power plant research) is very interesting, the process cycle can be used for solar thermal power plants", he said.

Read More: R & D PLN and B2TKE, Discuss the Potential of STPP in Indonesia