Podcast Nusantara, in collaboration with MASKEEI

CLEAN ENERGY PODCAST #5B :

"MODEL BUSINESS “COOLING AS A SERVICE" (CAS)"

In this episode, featuring Rusdi Purnama, the General Manager of PT Danfos Indonesia, a subsidiary of Danfos in Denmark. Danfos is a provider of technology solutions, particularly related to cooling and other solutions. Alongside Rusdi is Gatot Prawiro, Head of Industry Working Group MASKEEI, discussing the challenges and advantages of district cooling systems. They delve into the business aspects, risks, and mitigation strategies, emphasizing the potential benefits for both investors and end-users. The conversation also touches on the role of Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and explores the hurdles in implementing CAS as a viable business model in the current landscape.

HOST:

R.M. Soedjono Respati / Jon Respati (Chairman of Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia (MASKEEI))

Invited Subject matter expertS:
  1. Rusdi Purnama (General Manager PT.Danfoss Indonesia)

  2. Gatot S. Prawiro (Ketua Working Group MASKEEI)

CLEAN ENERGY PODCAST #5A :

"MODEL BUSINESS “COOLING AS A SERVICE" (CAS)"

In this Clean Energy Podcast episode #5A, we delve into the topic of “Cooling as a Service” (CAS) within the context of district cooling technology. The discussion emphasizes the global significance of the building sector, which consumes 36% of the world’s energy and contributes to 40% of CO2 emissions. The focus shifts to the potential of the CAS business model, considering the growth of building sectors, particularly in non-OECD countries like Indonesia. The podcast features two experts: Rusdi Purnama, General Manager of PT Danfos Indonesia, and T Totok Sulistyanto, Vice-Chairman of MASKEEI, discussing the challenges and opportunities presented by district cooling systems and their potential application in emerging economies like Indonesia. The episode highlights the role of technology in providing efficient cooling solutions and emphasizes the importance of integrated planning for sustainable and energy-efficient urban development.

HOST:

R.M. Soedjono Respati / Jon Respati (Chairman of Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia (MASKEEI))

Invited Subject matter expertS:
  1. Rusdi Purnama (General Manager PT.Danfoss Indonesia)

  2. Totok Sulistyanto (Vice Chairman of MASKEEI)

CLEAN ENERGY PODCAST #4 :

"GLOBAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY MOVEMENT"

In this Clean Energy Podcast episode,  the focus is on the Global Energy Efficiency Movement. The hosts, including John Respati from Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia (MASKEEI), and CK, the Vice President of Motion Business ABB Indonesia, discuss the importance of energy efficiency in Indonesia. They delve into the impact of electricity consumption on the environment, emphasizing the need for both individuals and industries to contribute to energy conservation. The conversation covers various aspects, from the role of electric motors to the challenges in raising awareness about energy efficiency. The speakers highlight the efforts of organizations like MASKEEI in promoting energy-saving practices and stress the significance of education in fostering energy consciousness. They touch upon Indonesia’s energy landscape, emphasizing the need for a collective ASEAN effort to achieve net-zero emissions.

HOST:

Irma Hutabarat (Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia (MASKEEI))

Invited Subject matter expertS:
  1. Tan Chen Kang (Vice President, Motion Business, ABB Indonesia)

  2. R.M. Soedjono Respati / Jon Respati (Chairman of Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia (MASKEEI))

CLEAN ENERGY PODCAST #3 :

“THE JOURNEY TOWARDS GREEN DATA CENTER STANDARDIZATION IN INDONESIA”

Embark on a transformative journey in our podcast, “The Journey towards Green Data Center Standardization in Indonesia.” Join us as we discuss the dynamic world of data centers, sustainability, and standardization in the Indonesian context. Discover how Indonesia is making strides in establishing green data center practices and aligning them with international standards to reduce environmental impact. We’ll hear from experts and industry leaders as they share their insights, experiences, and visions for a greener, more sustainable future in data center operations, ultimately driving positive change and setting the standard for eco-friendly data management practices in the region.

Invited Subject matter expertS:
  1. Hendra Suryakusuma(Chairman of IDPRO)

  2. Gatot Prawiro (Head of Industry Working Group MASKEEI)  

CLEAN ENERGY PODCAST #2 :

"DECARBONIZATION OF THE BUILDING SECTOR IN INDONESIA"

In this insightful podcast, the focus is on the pivotal role of the building sector in carbon emissions and the ongoing efforts to achieve decarbonization. Muhammad Nur Fajri Alfata, the first speaker, underscores that decarbonization entails minimizing carbon emissions by reducing energy consumption and enhancing efficiency, with a key emphasis on transitioning to renewable energy sources during the operational phase of buildings. Devi Laksmi Zafilus, the second speaker, elaborates on the three crucial steps in decarbonization: diminishing energy usage, optimizing energy efficiency, and integrating renewable energy sources. Both speakers advocate for a gradual and comprehensive approach to decarbonization, expressing satisfaction with governmental initiatives and foreseeing positive impacts from new regulations in Indonesia. They stress the significance of fostering public awareness, promoting behavioral change, and cultivating a cultural shift toward energy conservation within society.

HOST:

Irma Hutabarat (Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia (MASKEEI))

Invited Subject matter expertS:
  1. Devi Laksmi Zafilus. (Koordinator Kelompok Kerja Pengembangan Usaha Konservasi Energi, Direktorat Jenderal EBTKE Kementerian ESDM RI)

  2. Muhammad Nur Fajri Alfata (Direktorat Bina Teknik Pemukiman dan Perumahan Kementerian PUPR RI)

CLEAN ENERGY PODCAST #1:

“DEVELOPMENT OF CLEAN ENERGY IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE NATIONAL & GLOBAL ENERGY TRANSITION"

In this podcast, we discuss clean energy development in the context of the national and global energy transition.

We discuss the pivotal role of the energy and transportation sectors in contributing to carbon emissions and explore the government’s challenging targets, including the transition to clean energy and phasing out inefficient power plants. Our speakers shed light on Indonesia’s vast renewable energy potential, unveiling plans to boost clean energy capacity by a whopping 20.9 GW over the next decade. We emphasize the need for a well-structured roadmap for energy transition, applauding government initiatives like banning new coal power plants and retiring aging facilities. Wrapping it up on a positive note, we discuss the collaborative efforts of the government, businesses, and individuals in propelling Indonesia towards a cleaner, more sustainable energy future.

HOST:

Irma Hutabarat (Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia (MASKEEI))

Invited Subject matter expertS:
  1. Wiluyo Kusdwiharto (Chairman of Masyarakat Energi Terbarukan Indonesia (METI))

  2. R.M. Soedjono Respati / Jon Respati (Chairman of Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia (MASKEEI))
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