Indonesia's energy mix in 2050, according to the council’s National Energy Policy Design, should comprise 30 percent renewable energy, 26 percent coal, 24 percent gas and 20 percent oil. in 2025 renewable energy use should account for at least 23 percent of total energy consumption.
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Currently our students have been involved in;
- Advicing policy makers with effective measurements to decrease the air-pollution
- Executing research on water waste management
- Contribute to campaigns to create awareness
- Conduct a comparitive analysis of overseas policy trends regarding infrastructure challenges
Current ongoing projects in Jakarta:
1. Construction of a Mass Rapid Transit
Jakarta faces a great challange facing traffic jams. On daily bases 2.000 cars are being sold in the city. The current administration is constructing an a state-of-the-art subway and monorail system in the capital of Indonesia
2. Development of Green Space
Over the last years Jakarta’s wetlands have shrunk to less than 6 per cent of the city area. Currently the administration plans to make parks to create a greener and healthier environment.
3. Flood Mitigation
Jakarta's city government is in the middle of its regular attempt to solve Jakarta’s water-related problems, which included perennial floods, freshwater shortages, groundwater-related land subsidence and water pollution. Jakarta’s wetlands have now shrunk to less than 6 per cent of the city area.
- Universities, policy makers and companies sit together to develop Jakarta as an international 'Ecocity' in the future.