Anjar Priandoyo

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Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous countries after China, India and the USA. Its sugar demand is almost 5.7 million tonnes, and 52% of the sugar is imported from other countries such as Thailand, India, Brazil and Australia. Annual growth of sugar consumption has averaged 4.3%, as against the world’s average growth rate of 2.3%
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12355-016-0490-6

Low-Carbon Energy Development in Indonesia in Alignment with Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) by 2030
Ucok W.R. Siagian 1, Bintang B. Yuwono 1, Shinichiro Fujimori 2,3,* and Toshihiko Masui 2

Scenarios analysis of energy mix for road transportation sector in Indonesia
Deendarliantoa, b, , , Adhika Widyaparagaa, b, Bertha Maya Sophaa, b, Arief Budimanb, c, Imam Muthohard, Indra Chandra Setiawane, Alia Lindasistaf, Joewono Soemardjitog, Kazutaka Okah

Scenarios for bioethanol production in Indonesia: How can we meet mandatory blending targets?
Dilip Khatiwada, , Semida Silveira

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Written by Anjar Priandoyo

Januari 31, 2017 pada 2:53 pm

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