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For the Future Bioenergy in Indonesia

Did you know? has held 3 workshops on bioenergy and found that the key finding of biogas is it is too expensive. Moreover, we also found a fact that 60% of biogas in Bali are unused. Since that, tries to develop a removable and affordable biogas digester.

Working together with the national government

30% Indonesian are farmers and most of them do not have access to clean energy. To provide clean energy for farmers, works together with local, national and international organizations. On July 5, 2019, that was represented by its CEO, Prof. Dr Takeshi Takama and its partner from Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) met with Director of Energy of State Ministry for Development Planning ( Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional) to discuss future bioenergy in Indonesia.

Message from society

Two days after meeting with the government, on July 7, 2019, joined a Sunday Market that was organized by our partner in Born Bright Bali. team that consisted of staff and interns opened a booth and displayed products like, su-re.cocoa and biogas digester. This event was giving a great opportunity to share the story of project. Once’s product is purchased, the buyer is directly contributing to providing farmers with better access to clean energy.  

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