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Masyarakat Konservasi dan Efisiensi Energi Indonesia

The Indonesian Conservation and Energy Efficiency Society

About Household Working Group

Household consumes energy for a lot of activities : cooking, lighting, heating, cooling, and others. Urban household tends consuming “latest energy” for cooking by LPG, natural gas, solar energy, and electricity, otherwise at the rural remains traditional energy to be applied such as charcoal, firewood and coal briquettes. Urban society tends to use the latest due to preferences of lower expense, environment-friendly, and easy-to-get.

Energy consumption on household increased rapidly, in-line with household income (Pitts dan Ashby, 2011; Miah et al., 2010). While traditional energy consumption such as firewood, kerosene, and charcoal decreased along with increasing household income (Hughes-Cromwick, 1985; World Bank, 2003; Heltberg, 2005; Shittu et al., 2004, Rajmohan dan Weerahewa, 2007).

Other interesting fact that household with information technology mastery as well as their own to communication device such as handphone, landline phone, and personal computer totally consumed less energy  than others who did not. The circumstances describe positive contribution of Information Technology to energy consumption
level (e-ISSN 2406-9280 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21002/jepi.v16i2.588 )

The potential of energy waste in Indonesia remains under domination by household sector. Ex Director of Energy Conservation – Directorate General of New, Renewable and Conservation Energy (EBTKE) Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources , Farida Zed, said that one of causes to energy waste in household sector was inefficienct behavior of energy consumption and irrelevant of need. (https://www.greeners.co/berita/esdm-rumah-tangga-adalah-sektor-paling-boros-energi/)

Programs

SELECTED SOLUTIONS & AGENDA :

1.Energy Efficiency & Conservation Campaign
( March 2020 to May 2020 )

2.Smart Technology in Household Sector
( June 2020 to August 2020 )

3.IEECCE 2020
( September to December 2020 ) ( Tentative due to Covid-19 pandemic )

4.Propose & Submit White Paper
( September 2020 – November 2020 )

CURRENT HEEW MEMBER 
UPDATED : 03 APRIL 2020  
NONAMEINSTITUTIONREMARK
1Tulus AbadiYLKIYayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia
2Didik HeriyantoroSolar JayaSolar Water Heater Product
3Abednego Budi HartonoPT. Ascon Multi PratamaSmart Home System & Automation
4Edi TekatPT. Synberta UtamaLighting
5Tommy Widyastama NugrahaPanasonicHome Appliances 
6John ManoppoAperlindoChairman of Indonesian Lighting Association
7Heri SetiawanPT. AdyawinsaAdya Solar
8Budi PrasetioPT. Wika EnergiSolar Water Heater, PV Module
9Kesuma Agung SaputraPT. ECS RayaBattery, Inverter, UPS, PV Module
10Bayu PrasidhaSchneider ElectricBuilding & Home Automation
11Ali SubrotoPanggung ElectricChairman of Indonesian Telematics Equipment Industry Association
12DharmaSolar QuestPV Module Manufacturer
13Friga Siera RaginaIIEEEnergy Researcher for clean energy and energy efficiency\
14Don KamargaProdusen B-PanelEnergy-Efficient & Quake-Resistant Building System
15Yunardi NatsirTokoh MasyarakatNasional Democrat Party member in  energy sector
16Teddy TjanSanken CorpConsumer Electronics Manufacturer
17Matthew SachaHome & Building Automation Practitioner IoT Expert
18Verena StreitferdtPertiwi ConsultingConduct research on EE finance and RE incentive mechanisms 
19Jon RespatiKetum MASKEEIChairman of MASKEEI
20Antonius WidiarsoWasekjen MASKEEIHEEW Coordinator
21Amelia BendaSekretariat MASKEEIMASKEEI Secretariat