ESP3 is wishing a happy Idul Fitri 1438H to all Muslims around the world
Monitoring and estimating the impact of energy conservation policies would not be effectively done without capacity building of the relevant stakeholders in this area. Therefore, Environmental Support Program Phase 3 (ESP3) organises a training for 20 selected Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (EBTKE) policy makers. The theme of the training was "Plan for energy utilization in the industrial, transportation, household, and commercial building towards support to monitoring and estimation of energy conservation policies impact".
On April 5, 2017 Focus Group Discussion (FGD) on Transportation and Households sectors was held as another milestone achieved for “Support to Monitoring and Estimation of Energy Conservation Policies Impact” project. To support Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (EBTKE) in estimating the effects of energy conservation policies and collecting data from four different sectors (household, building, industry, transportation) is necessary to form an energy model to rely upon. The Indonesian Institute for Energy Economics (IIEE) plays consultancy role in this project.
The ESP3 programme has been very pleased to establish contact between the Hutan Harapan management team and Copenhagen ZOO in Denmark. The contact resulted in a donation of 15 camera traps to the Hutan Harapan research and monitoring department. Thereby the department is now able to continue its very important monitoring of wildlife. The camera traps will help monitor wildlife such as tiger, tapir and elephant. The donation is highly appreciated as the cameras make it possible to follow the effect of different forest management measures on the wildlife populations.
Mr. Batih from IIEE presenting the model in building sector
The DANIDA Environmental Support Programme Phase 3 (ESP3) supports Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (DG NREEC), Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) on energy conservation study.