Indonesian government commits to developing new energy

The Indonesian government is committed to developing new energy, such as hydrogen, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), and blue ammonia, in order to realize the national energy transition from fossil to new and renewable energy (EBT).

How Indonesia fighting waste crisis

On the morning of February 21, 2005, a garbage landslide in a 60-meter-high and 200-meter-long trash mountain at Leuwigajah landfill, Cimahi City, West Java, swept two residential areas and killed 157 people.