Integration of net zero energy building with smart grid to improve regional electrification ratio towards sustainable development

Net Zero Energy Building (NZEB) is an energy efficient building which can produce energy independently from clean and renewable sources. The energy that is generated by NZEB can be used for the building itself, and can be exported to the central grid.
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Authors: Yusuf Latief, Mohammed Ali Berawi, Leni Supriadi, Ario Bintang Koesalamwardi, Jade Petroceany and Ayu Herzanita

 

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Abstract

 

Indonesia is currently encouraging its physical, social and economy development. Physical development for economic development have to be supported by energy availability. For Indonesia, 90% of electrification ratio is still become an important task that has to be completed by the Government. However, the effort to increase electrification can become an environmental problem if it's done with BAU scenario. The by-product of electric generation is the GHG, which increasing every year since 2006 from various sectors i.e. industry, housing, commercial, transportation, and energy. Net Zero Energy Building (NZEB) is an energy efficient building which can produce energy independently from clean and renewable sources. The energy that is generated by NZEB can be used for the building itself, and can be exported to the central grid. The integration of NZEB and Smart Grid can solve today's issue on electrification ratio. Literature study will find benchmarks which can be applied in Indonesia along with possible obstacles in applying this technology.
 
 
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Illustration Photo: Rooftop solar panels at Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon, USA. (credits: Jeremy Jeziorski / Oregon Convention Center / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0))

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