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Potential And Utilization Of Biomass For Heat Energy In Indonesia: A Review

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AUTHOR(S)

Mahidin, Erdiwansyah, Muhammad Zaki, Hamdani, Muhibbuddin, Hisbullah, Rizalman Mamat, Herri Susanto

 

KEYWORDS

Sustainable Energy, Bioenergy, Utilization Efficiency, Biomass Potential, Palm Oil.

 

ABSTRACT

Biomass is the world’s most commonly used source of renewable electricity today. It is used primarily in strong form and, to a smaller degree, oil fuels or petrol. In contemporary times, the use of biomass for energy generation has risen at only a small pace. Biomass is the primary source of energy in Indonesia. Biomass is used to fulfil a range of energy requirements, including producing electricity, heating households, fueling cars and supplying industrial equipment with a heat process. Biomass potential includes waste from timber, animals and plants. Among biomass power sources, fuelwood might be the most important since it accounts for a large 17% share of Indonesia total power manufacturing. The complete biomass energy potential in Indonesia is about 38 million tons of oil equivalents (Mtoe). The quantity of biomass that can be used in Indonesia is roughly 32 Mtoe. The potential for electrical manufacturing from usable bioenergy sources in 2012 is 83 MW and corporate revenue, representing more than 350,000 jobs. This research shows that the potential for climate change mitigation and power sustainability in Indonesia is significant for biomass energy.

 

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