Energy Demand Exploration for Yogyakarta Energy Eficiency Plan


Yogyakarta is one of the provinces in Indonesia that has no fossil energy potential. All activities of the community in Yogyakarta Province is highly dependent on the stability of energy supplies from other regions, where almost all energy needs in Yogyakarta, such as fuel oil and Liquid Petrolium Gas (LPG) supplied from the outside area with the use of energy increasing each year. Electrical energy was supplied from the inter connection network of Java-Madura-Bali (JAMALI). Energy plan in order to secure supply of energy is an important agenda for energy policy in Yogyakarta, so that energy usage can be optimized. For the purpose of this research we tried to use accounting models by using LEAP (Long-range Energy Alternative Planning) software, where firstly analyzes the current situation of Yogyakarta’s energy consumption. Applying LEAP model to simulate primary energy and final energy demand in the periode time 2011-2030 under different scenario composition that is Bussines As Usual (BAU), Moderate (MOD), and Optimistic (OPT) scenario. The results show that: energy demand grew an average of 3.43% per year and the overall final energy demand are 9792.11 thousand BOE in 2030. Demand for fuel oil in 2030 was 6.861.35 thousand BOE, 6,782.24 thousand BOE, and 6,651.82 thousand BOE respectively for BAU scenario, MOD, and OPT scenario. While the demand for electricity is 2417.11 thousand BOE, 1994.96 thousand BOE, and 1807.06 thousand BOE respectively for BAU scenario, MOD, and OPT scenario. For all the three scenarios, 8,09-12,5% carbon emission intensity reduction target can.

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Lilies Setiartiti, Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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Conference: ACSEE2015
Stream: Energy: Energy Economics and Ecological Economics

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