Health Problem in Tegal Taman Village Near Indramayu Coal Power Plant I

Introduction             Air pollution is a big risk for health, ranked as number 4 after high blood pressure, dietary and smoking risk globally. Estimated, there are 6.5 million premature death due o air pollution.[1] Fine particle is the most dangerous along with sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and above ground ozone that causing several illness. Coal …

As 210,800 Indonesians Die Per Year Due to Air Pollution, Urgently Switch to Clean Energy Needed

  Jakarta (29 May 2017) World health agency WHO has released World Health Statistic 2017 report. The report says total deaths from air pollution are 6.7 million deaths in 2012. This represents 11.6% of global deaths. Of this amount, as many as 4.3 million deadths due to domestic air pollution. And  3  million died due …

Quo Vadis Renewable Energy?

Most of Indonesia’s electricity currently produced by coal plants, with 140 806 GWh (56%) capacity in 2016. The coal power plant is long-lived, can reach age of 40 years as Kamojang power plant. Long life is also reflected in the power purchase agreement between PLN and power generation company’s 30-year as stipulated in the Energy …