JIQ Special: Biogas development in Indonesia
The JIQ Magazine issue of December 2016 will include an overview of case studies on low emission transition pathways as covered by the TRANSrisk project. This JIQ Special elaborates on the case study that explores Indonesian transition pathways in biogas utilisation: JIQ_Special_Nov2016_TRANSrisk_biogas_pathways_Indonesia.pdf519.5 KB
This article focuses on mapping the costs and benefits of biogas technology implementation on a household scale in Indonesia, and this is compared with the current dominant form of cooking fuel, i.e. fuel wood. Both options focus on household-level application.
Are you a stakeholder involved or interested in the biogas sector, in Indonesia or elsewhere? Feel free to join the discussion and share your thoughts and insights with the TRANSrisk project. For more information, please contact Takeshi Takama, an associate of TRANSrisk partner The Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Oxford, UK (), and working for environmental consultancy su-re.co, based in Bali, Indonesia ().
Two other TRANSrisk case studies have been covered in earlier JIQ Special issues:
- Low-carbon transition pathways in livestock farming in the Netherlands (26 September 2016, updated 18 November 2016)
- Assessing solar PV expansion pathways in the Netherlands (17 November 2016)