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Description

Biogas has proved its potential as a versatile energy carrier, to meet the growing demand for heating, power and fuel. In the European Union, biogas plants have an installed electric capacity of 11 GW with Germany leading the sector worldwide. DiBiCoo is an international project supported by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission and implemented by GIZ in cooperation with 12 experienced organizations across four continents. The overall approach of the DiBiCoo project is based on the cooperation between stakeholders from European countries (Germany, Austria, and Latvia) to selected countries (Argentina, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, and South Africa).

Objectives

The main idea of the DiBiCoo project is to trigger market uptake of biogas projects through the initialization of demo cases for the application of biogas technologies in developing and emerging countries providing high biogas potential. This will be achieved by the development and application of innovative digital and non-digital support tools and actions, by knowledge transfer and capacity building as well as by the preparation of demo cases up to the investment stage. The project aims to increase the share of renewable energies, both in Europe and in selected countries within the region of South America, Africa and Southeast Asia. The DiBiCoo project functions to bridge the need of know-how, technologies, funding of European countries and thus provides new markets for selected countries in the long run.


Aim

More specifically, the project aims to:

  • Facilitate cooperation among relevant stakeholders in the biogas industry from Europe, with stakeholders from developing and emerging countries.
  • Share information on available European technologies as well as on the framework conditions, market opportunities, research needs, financing opportunities and project ideas in the potential selected countries.
  • Develop digital support tools for Capacity Building, Networking and Online Information System to facilitate technology exports and act as a database for interested stakeholders.
  • Support the development of at least five biogas projects in target countries as “demo cases” up to, or close to the investment stage.
  • Promotion and improvement of national, regional and local policies supporting further market uptake in the target countries by means of developing and disseminating best practices

Consortium Member

RDI Team

Dr. Saut Sagala

saut.sagala@sappk.itb.ac.id
Indonesian Principle Investigator
Elisabeth Rianawati

elisabeth.rianawati@rdi.or.id
Senior Research Fellow
Dr. Yudha Prambudia

yudha.prambudia@widyatama.ac.id
Senior Research Fellow
Dr. Niken Prilandita

nikenpri@sappk.itb.ac.id
Senior Research Fellow
Jeeten Kumar

jeeten.kumar@rdi.or.id
Program Manager
Ichsan Hafiz Loeksmanto

ichsan.hafiz@rdi.or.id
Program Officer
Teresa Retno Arsanti

teresa.arsanti@rdi.or.id
Researcher
Avila Rahmatzafran

avila.rahmat@rdi.or.id
Energy Policy Officer
Andreas Dwiputra

andreas.dwiputra@rdi.or.id
Bioenergy Officer
Satria Yuma

satria.yuma@rdi.or.id
Partnership Officer

Event Run-Down

Day 1: Tuesday, March 24th , 2020
Time
Agenda
Speaker
Tuesday, March 24th , 2020
08.30 – 09.00 Registration Committee
09.00 – 09.10 Opening Ceremony MC
09.10 – 09.20 Welcoming Remarks Resilience Development Initiative (RDI)
09.20 – 09.30 Opening Remarks Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Directorate of Bioenergy*
09.30 – 09.50 Presentation on DiBiCoo (long-term project, technology, and Information systems) Resilience Development Initiative (RDI)
09.50 – 10.00 Questions & Answers Moderator
Regulatory Support to enhance the Bioenergy market in Indonesia
10.00 – 10.30 Policies and Incentives for Bioenergy Development. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Directorate of Bioenergy*
Panel Discussion 1 - Opportunities and Challenges in the Implementation of Industrial Scale Bioenergy in Indonesia
How Biogas Can Advance the Concept of Sustainability* Indonesian Biogas Association *
10.00 – 10.30 Increasing Bioenergy Demand with the Business to Business Scheme* PT. PN III*
Operational and strategic aspects of the Industrial scale Bioenergy business in Indonesia* First Resources*
11.00 - 11.30 Questions & Answers Moderator
11.30 - 12.30 Lunch
Panel Discussion 2 - Sustainable Financing in Bioenergy Project Development
12.30 – 12.50 Green funding scheme for Industrial-scale bioenergy projects - basic principles and unconventional methods* PT. SMI*
12.30 – 12.50 Funding for Blended Finance schemes to Increase Growth in Bioenergy Projects* TLFF*
12.50 – 13.10 Questions & Answers Moderator
Simulasi Business Case
13.10 – 15.10 Business Case Simulation: Comprehensive planning for the development of Biogas technology in Indonesia Moderator
15.10 – 15.20 Coffe Break
15.20 – 15.50 Group Conclusion Moderator
15.50 – 16.00 Closing Resilience Development Initiative (RDI)

* All subjects and speakers involved in this workshop may change at any time.

Event Run-Down

Day 2: Friday, December 6th , 2019
Time
Agenda
Speakers
Friday, 06 December 2019
08.00 – 08.30 Registration Committe
08.30 – 08.35 Opening MC
08.35 – 08.45 Presentation of Day-1 Workshop Results and Discussion Orientation for Day-2 Workshop namely “From Local to Global” Prof. Jon Lovett, University of Leeds and Dr. Saut Sagala, RDI
Talk show Session – Voice from Sumba Island: Impact of Renewable Energy Development in Sumba Island
08.45 – 09.15
Community/People's Perspective on Renewable Energy Development in Sumba Island
  • Head of Kamanggih Village, East Sumba
  • Head of Tebara Village, West Sumba
  • Head of Dinjo Village, South West Sumba
  • Renewable Energy Project Beneficiary
Government and Non-Government Institution's Perspective on Renewable Energy Development in Sumba Island
  • Regional Planning Development Planning Agency in East Sumba
  • Wira Wacana Christian University
  • Vice-regent of South West Sumba
09.45 – 10.00 Coffe Break
Technical Discussion – Lesson Learned Renewable Energy Development in Indonesia
10.00 – 11.30
USAID - ICED II
Lesson-learned: Electrical Access Planning with Renewable Energy Sources
Moderator
GIZ - ELREN
Lesson-learned: Small Scale Renewable Energy Project Result (off-grid) in Small Islands
Moderator
Institute of Essential Services Reform (IESR)
Lesson-learned: Energy Suply Provision for Rural Communities through the Energy Delivery Model (EDM)
Moderator
PT. Mikro Kisi Sumba
Solar Vine System: Integrated System for Sustainable Rural Electrification
Moderator
11.30 – 13.30 Lunch Break
13.30 – 14.15 Question and Answer Session Moderator
Knowledge Sharing - Renewable Energy: Funding and Potential Development 2020
14.15 – 14.35 The Potential of Renewable Energy Development Based on the Priority Program on Increasing the Production and Fullfillment of Enerfy Needs Energy, Mineral and Mining Resources Directorate, The Ministry of National Development Planning of the Republic of Indonesia
14.35 – 14.55 Investor-friendly Potential Business Model World Resources Institute (WRI) Indonesia
14.55 – 15.15 Towards COP26 Prof. Jon Lovett, University of Leeds
15.15 – 15.25 Closing Speech Dr. Saut Sagala, RDI

List Of Speakers


Day 1

Panel I — Policy Orientation and The Development of Renewable Energy in Indonesia :

  • Abdul Malik Sadat Idris S.T., M.Eng
    Director of Water Resources and Irrigation, Ministry of National Development Planning of the Republic of Indonesia / National Development Planning Agency, Directorate of Energy, Telecommunications and Information.
  • Pandu Ismudati S.T., M.Ak
    Head of Sub-Directorate for Implementation & Development of New and Renewable Energy Various Energy Infrastructure, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia.
  • Faridz Yazi
    Head of Sub-Directorate of Energy Facilities and Infrastructure, Ministry of Villages, Development of Disadvantaged Regions, and Transmigration of the Republic of Indonesia.

Panel II — Renewable Energy Technology Development in Indonesia and Africa :

  • Dr. Consalva Msigwa
    Lecturer at Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology in Electrical Power Engineering.
  • Mwaka Juma
    Assistant lecturer at Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology.
  • Dr. Shahab Dehgan
    Research fellow of the Smart Energy Group from University of Leeds School of Electrical Engineering.
  • Dr. James Hammerton
    Research fellow of Biofuels and Solar Resources from University of Leeds Low Carbon Technologies.

Panel III — Renewable Energy and Social-Economics Issues in Sumba :

  • Drs. Samsul Widodo, MA
    Directorate General of Development of Disadvantaged Areas, Ministry of Villages, Development of Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration of Republic of Indonesia.
  • Laily Syukriah Himayati
    Program Manager Green Energy Hivos of Southeast Asia.
  • Dr. Cheng Wen
    Research fellow in University of Leeds School of Geography. His main area of expertise is environmental economics.


Day 2

Talkshow Session — Voice from Sumba Island: The Impact of Renewable Energy in Sumba Island :

  • Communities’ perspective
    • Head of Kamanggih Village, East Sumba
    • Head of Tebara Village, West Sumba
    • Head of Dinjo Village, Southwest Sumba
    • Renewable Energy Project Beneficiary, represented by Mama Linda
  • Government and non-government institution’s perspective
    • Regional Development Planning Agency in East Sumba
    • Wira Wacana Christian University
    • Vice-Regent of Southwest Sumba

Technical Discussion — Lessons Learned Renewable Energy Development in Indonesia :

  • Dr. Asclepias Rahmi, MA — USAID-ICED II
    Energy Governance and Regulatory Specialist of ICED II and the Chair Executive Board of the Indonesian Institute for Energy Economics (IIEE)
  • Catoer Wibowo — GiZ-EnDev
    Project Manager of GiZ Energising Development (EnDev) Indonesia
  • Marlistya Citraningrum — IESR
    Program Manager of Institute of Essential Services Reform (IESR)
  • Nino Dewa Brisal — PT. Mikro Kisi Sumba
    Project Implementation Manager and Director of PT. Mikro Kisi Sumba

Knowledge Sharing — Renewable Energy: Funding and Potential Development 2020 :

  • Mayang Rahmi Novita Sari, ST., M.Eng
    Planner staff of Energy, Mineral and Mining Resources Directorate, The Ministry of National Development Planning of the Republic of Indonesia
  • Clorinda Wibowo
    Energy Specialist of World Resources Institute (WRI) Indonesia
  • Prof. Jon Lovett
    Chair in Global Challenges, School of Geography, University of Leeds

Highlights

Please find the following highlights of the national workshop below:

Clean and Affordable Renewable Energy for Sustainable Rural and Remote Areas through Microgrids


National Workshop 2019

Documentation and Presentations

Please kindly find the documentation and presentations of the national workshop in the followig link respectively:

On behalf of our collaborating partners, RDI would like to thank you for your cooperative participation throughout the workshop.