Indonesia Won Various Prizes at the 2020 ASEAN Energy Awards

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MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES

REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

PRESS RELEASE

NUMBER: 355.Pers/04/SJI/2020

Date: 20 November 2020

Indonesia Won Various Prizes at the 2020 ASEAN Energy Awards

Indonesia won various prizes at the 2020 ASEAN Energy Awards. The Southeast Asian-level prizes were awarded as part of the 38th ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting in Vietnam held on Thursday (19/11) evening.

The awards, which have been given since 2000, are aimed to show appreciation for best practices and increase public awareness of the use and development of new, renewable energy and energy conservation as well as the use of coal in a responsible manner while still addressing the aspect of environmental protection.

Competitors were selected and winners filtered from dozens of candidates from various categories proposed by ASEAN member countries.

Director General of Electricity of Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (EMR), Rida Mulyana, who was present virtually to convey the awards and congratulate the winners, said that the achievements are expected to encourage other entities in Southeast Asia to work harder to implement energy efficiency.

"Congratulations to all winners. I sincerely hope these achievements will encourage other entities in Southeast Asia to work harder to implement energy efficiency," said Rida.

Ministry of EMR won two awards in the 2020 ASEAN Energy Awards. The Heritage Building was named the 1st runner-up in the Small & Medium Green Building category, while the Chairul Saleh Building took the 2nd runner-up in the Small & Medium Energy Management in Building category.

Following is a complete list of awardees from Indonesia in the 2020 ASEAN Energy Awards:

ASEAN Energy Efficiency and Conservation Best Practices Awards

Energy Efficient Building Category

  • Subcategory: New and Existing Building

Alila Solo Hotel (1st runner-up)

  • Subcategory: Tropical Building Graha Wiksa Praniti (GWP) (winner)

Category: Green Building

  • Subcategory: Small & Medium Building The Heritage Building, Setjen KESDM (1st runner-up)
  • Subcategory: Large Building Graha Unilever Green Building (winner)

Energy Management for Building Category

  • Subcategory: Small & Medium Building The Chairul Saleh Building, Setjen KESDM (2nd runner-up)

Energy Management for Industry Category

  • Subcategory: Large Industry PT Jawa Power (1st runner-up)
  • Subcategory: Special Submission for Industry Category Decreasing Fuel Cost in Electricity by NEMESYS (winner)

ASEAN Energy Renewable Energy Best Practices Awards

  • Off-Grid for Power Category Energy Kiosk: A Lantern Charging Station (2nd runner-up)
  • On-Grid for Local Grid Category Sumba School Electrification-Crowdfunding Solar PV Smart Minigrid System 3 X 2 kWb (winner)
  • Special Submission Category Increasing Production and Quality of Cocopeat Media of Potato Seeds with "GEOTATO" Sterilisation Tools (winner). (IY)

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