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PANDYASWARGO, Andante Hadi
 
Affiliation
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Environmental Research Institute
Job title
Researcher(Associate Professor)
Degree
Doctor of Engineering ( 2013.03 Waseda University )

Research Experience

  • 2023.04
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    Now

    Waseda University   Environmental Research Institute   Researcher   Associate Professor

  • 2020.04
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    2023.03

    Waseda University   Environmental Research Institute   Junior Researcher / Assistant Professor

  • 2018.04
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    2020.03

    Waseda University   Graduate School of Environment and Energy Engineering   Assistant Professor / Lecturer

  • 2015.02
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    2017.03

    Tokyo Institute of Technology   Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering Department   Associate Professor / Lecturer

  • 2013.08
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    2015.02

    Tokyo Institute of Technology   International Development Engineering Department   Assistant Professor

  • 2012.05
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    2012.08

    Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)   Kitakyushu Urban Center   Intern

  • 2011.06
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    2011.08

    Asian Development Bank (ADB)   South Asia Urban Development and Water Division   Intern

  • 2010.12
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    2011.06

    United Nations University (UNU)   Institute for Advanced Studies   Intern

  • 2010.04
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    2010.09

    Robert Bosch Gmbh.   Higashimatsuyama Plant   Intern

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Education Background

  • 2010.09
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    2013.03

    Waseda University   Department of Science and Engineering   Doctoral Course in Graduate School of Environment and Energy Engineering  

  • 2008.10
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    2010.09

    Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University   Asia Pacific Studies   Master's of Science Programme in International Cooperation Policy  

  • 2008.10
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    2010.09

    Trier University of Applied Sciences   Institute for Applied Material Flow Management   Master's of Engineering Programme in International Material Flow Management  

  • 2004.04
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    2008.03

    Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University   Asia Pacific Studies   Bachelor in Social Science  

Committee Memberships

  • 2019.02
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    Now

    Japan Society Mechanical Engineers  Member

  • 2018
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    Now

    International Solid Waste Association (ISWA)  Member

  • 2016
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    Now

    Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (SEEPS)  Member

  • 2014
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    Now

    The Japan Society of International Development (JASID)  Member

  • 2015
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    2020

    Center for Environmental Information Science  Member

Research Areas

  • Social-ecological systems / Environmental policy and social systems / Environmental load and risk assessment / Environmental materials and recycle technology / Sound material-cycle social systems / Environmental load reduction and remediation

Research Interests

  • Electric Vehicle

  • Social Aspects of Smart Technologies

  • Renewable Energy

  • Life Cycle Assessment

  • Biomass Energy Conversion

  • Municipal Waste Management

  • Sustainable Development

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Awards

  • Best Paper Award

    2022.09   International Conference on Engineering and Information Technology for Sustainable Industry 2022   Readiness Status of Artificial Intelligence Application on Electric Vehicle: A mini global review and analysis using the J-TRA method

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Meilinda Fitriani, Nur Maghfiroh, Hiroshi Onoda

  • Best Presentation Award

    2022.04   The 4th International Conference on Clean Energy and Electrical Systems   Reusing Solar Panels to Improve Access to Information and Communication in an Off-grid Village: A Financial Feasibility Assessment

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Alan Dwi Wibowo, Hiroshi Onoda

  • Best Paper Award

    2021.12   The 4th International Conference on Engineering and Technology for Sustainable Development (4th ICET4SD 2021)   Life Cycle Cost of Mobility Electrification with Renewable Energy in Off-grid Rural Area: The Karya Jadi Village case in Indonesia

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Alan Dwi Wibowo, Meilinda Fitriani, Nur Maghfiroh, Hiroshi Onoda

  • Best Presenter Award

    2021.09   The 6th Annual Applied Science and Engineering Conference   The Readiness of Electric Vehicle in Indonesia Based on the Perceptions of Key Stakeholders

  • Best Presentation Award, International Workshop on Environmental Engineering 2019

    2020   The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers   Technology Readiness Assessment of Biomass Energy Projects using J-TRA method: Application on Southeast Asian Countries

  • Hutchison Medal

    2017   Institution of Chemical Engineers   Sustainable production and consumption of palm oil in Indonesia: What can stakeholder perceptions offer to the debate?

    Winner: Raquel Moreno-Peñaranda, Alexandros Gasparatos, Per Stromberg, Aki Suwa, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Jose A, Puppim, de, Oliveira

  • International Student Study Grant

    2010   German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)  

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • International Student Scholarship

    2009   Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)  

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • International Student Scholarship

    2009   Oita Prefecture  

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • Outstanding Thesis Achievement Award

    2008   Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University  

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • Honors Scholarship

    2007   Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University  

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • Scholarship

    2006   Suzaki Foundation  

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Scholarship 100% Tuittion Fee Reduction

    2004   Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University  

    Winner: Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

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Media Coverage

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Papers

  • Redesigning Municipal Waste Collection for Aging and Shrinking Communities

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Chaoxia Shan, Akihisa Ogawa, Ryota Tsubouchi, Hiroshi Onoda

    Smart Cities    2024.05  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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  • Japanese public perceptions on smart bin potential to support PAYT systems

    Chaoxia Shan, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Akihisa Ogawa, Ryota Tsubouchi, Hiroshi Onoda

    Waste Management   177   278 - 288  2024.04  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Corresponding author

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    Smart bins can increase transparency and accuracy in monitoring waste characteristics such as weight, volume, and disposal times. This information can aid in enforcing waste reduction policies, including the pay-as-you-throw (PAYT) system. However, the public's response to this technology remains uncertain. Despite Japan's reputation for high waste separation compliance and collection rates, it has one of the world's highest per capita rates of plastic and packaging waste generation. This study surveyed 1000 Japanese individuals regarding their perception of smart bin features and their potential to encourage waste reductions. Multiple correspondence analysis (MCA) was used to explore the relationships between respondents' social attributes and their responses. The findings indicate a slightly higher responses from younger respondents (above 85 % of those age 10–29 compared to around 75 % of those aged 60 and older) who were in favour of smart bin technology functions such as unscheduled waste pick up and automatized waste separation. On the other hand, there was a strong unwillingness (0.57 count ratio) to reduce plastic waste even if a smart bin assisted PAYT is introduced from those who did not engage in waste separation and cleaning in the first place. Finally, an open-ended question about strategies to reduce plastic waste resulted in a large portion of mindset change ideas (24.8 % of the female respondents) and technology innovations proposals (24 % of male respondents). Although development of a smart-bin prototype is taking place, behavioral change strategies to foster a willingness to reduce waste must take place along with technological interventions.

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  • Financial assessment of groundwater and rainwater treatments for school clean water supply

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Novri Azmi, Darwinsyah, Hiroshi Onoda

    Sustainable Water Resources Management   10 ( 1 )  2024.02  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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    The global primary school population has experienced a significant increase, in line with the pursuit of Sustainable Development Goal number 4 which strives to ensure inclusive, equitable, and high-quality education, fostering lifelong learning opportunities for all. However, not all schools, especially in developing countries, have access to a sufficient supply of clean water. For example, a 2021 World Bank study found that almost half (47%) of schools in Indonesia have no access to soap and flowing water, which is critical to disease prevention. In this study, we featured a case study of a school in Indonesia that mainly obtains its clean water supply from pumped underground water and treats it with reverse osmosis technology. This study analyzed the potential financial savings from adding combinations of a rainwater harvesting system, an adsorption–filtration system, an ultraviolet radiation disinfection system, and solar photovoltaics to the existing underground water pumping system in a case study school. We utilize local data encompassing factors such as rainfall intensity, facility investment, operation, and maintenance costs in the evaluation of financial performance for each scenario, employing methods such as net present value (NPV), benefit–cost ratio (BCR), and payback period. The findings indicate that the adoption of constructed scenario 1, incorporating an adsorption filtration system and UV disinfection, yields superior financial outcomes in this study. Scenario 1 results in 167,890 IDR NPV over its 12-year lifespan, 1.10 BCR, and a payback period as short as 2 months. The results from this study provide knowledge about the potential financial gains and technological alternatives for other schools in developing countries without access to a centralized clean water or energy supply.

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  • Life Cycle Cost of Mobility Electrification with Renewable Energy in an Off-grid Rural Area: The Karya Jadi Village Case in Indonesia

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Alan Dwi Wibowo, Meilinda Fitriani Nur Maghfiroh, Hiroshi Onoda

    AIP Conference Proceedings   2828 ( 1 )  2023.12  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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    Renewable energy (RE) has been used to support electrification in off-grid areas. However, not all RE systems can be sustained for the intended lifetime of the technology. A major technical cause of a premature RE project failure in an off-grid area is the short lifespan of the battery and the economic and access inability of the end-users to make a battery reinvestment. For example, in Karya Jadi Village, South Kalimantan, Indonesia, a government program providing household solar photovoltaics (PV) lasted only 3 years due to battery deterioration. While PVs are still functional, they are limited, as daytime lighting is unnecessary because sunshines occur during the daytime. On the other hand, the affordable electric motorbike industry in Indonesia is currently growing. This study explores the financial saving potential of electric motorbike usage in villages charged by existing PV systems by employing the life cycle cost (LCC) methodology. Transportation is an essential basic need for people living in remote off-grid villages such as Karya Jadi. Furthermore, gasoline sold in such villages is pricier than in the city because it must be transported for a considerable distance and challenging topography. This study calculates the savings from shifting from an internal combustion engine (ICE) motorbike to an electric motorbike in Karya Jadi village in Indonesia.

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  • Development and Verification of a Regional Residential Electricity Consumption Estimation Method

    Yanghui Guo, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Koki Matsumoto, Hiroshi Onoda

    Energies   16 ( 23 )  2023.11  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Corresponding author

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    In pursuing Japan’s target of net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050, decarbonization strategies at the regional level have been taking place nationally. Some successes have been achieved in the residential sector in achieving decarbonization at the regional level due to improvements in the advancement of energy-saving technologies. An important prerequisite to achieving further decarbonization in the residential sector is understanding household electricity consumption of power demand objects. This study constructed a method for predicting residential electricity consumption in a case study region. First, we set up six models of household composition for scenario exercises. Then, we used the residential energy estimation based on daily activities (REEDA) method to calculate the hourly electricity consumption of each household composition in the four seasons based on the duration of daily life activity. Finally, we separately explore the impact of housing performance (insulation, airtightness), air-conditioning patterns (intermittent operation method in a habitable room/continuous operation method in a habitable room/continuous operation method in all rooms), and geographical location on residential air conditional electricity consumption. The output is a regional residential energy estimate method that can consider multiple key variables. We verified the developed model by (1) comparing the estimated output with the Japan Energy Database and (2) testing the method for various residential areas in Japan. The results showed an accuracy level greater than 75% and nationwide applicability.

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  • Exploring Japan’s older adults mobility challenges and the potential role of autonomous vehicles

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Tifani Husna Siregar, Hiroshi Onoda

    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice   176   103818 - 103818  2023.10  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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  • Demonstration of a contactless waste collection system: A Japanese case study

    Akihisa Ogawa, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Ryota Tsubouchi, Hiroshi Onoda

    IET Smart Cities   5 ( 4 ) 303 - 316  2023.09  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Corresponding author

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the need for social distancing and improved sanitation to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. In the waste management sector, protecting the safety and health of waste collection labourer has become a priority. In Japan, the labour shortage problem and ageing demography have intensified the need for contactless waste collection technology. This study responds to this need by reviewing the global practice of smart waste collection technologies and observing the situation of the Japanese waste collection system through participant observation. Based on the identified trends and status, the authors developed a contactless waste collection system and tested it on an actual working site. The demonstration showed that the system could safely lift a 700 L waste container containing 212 kg of waste to the collection truck without human contact. Labourers can be reduced from 2 to 1 person to operate the collection truck. This study also discovered the smart bin's potential to motivate the reduction of packaging waste consumption.

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  • Environmental Impact of Plastic Recycling in Terms of Energy Consumption: A Comparison of Japan’s Mechanical and Chemical Recycling Technologies

    Chaoxia Shan, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Energies   16 ( 5 )  2023.03  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Corresponding author

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    In Japan, mechanical plastic recycling has been widely practiced. In recent years, the chemical recycling method has been gaining interest, especially due to its high-quality products similar to virgin materials. Understanding the environmental impact of both methods from the energy consumption standpoint is crucial so that attempts to preserve plastic resources can be based in the most energy-sustainable way. This research aims to determine the environmental impact of mechanical recycling and two types of chemical recycling technologies (coke oven and gasification) by analyzing their energy usage and environmental loads. The results relating to the electricity consumption and water usage show that mechanical recycling results in a 17% share of global warming potential (GWP), coke oven 51%, and gasification 32%. Although mechanical recycling results in a lower GWP, chemical recycling yields highly valuable products and byproducts that can be reused in its processes, such as steam and industrial water, reducing the overall environmental load. These recovered materials are also potentially useful for other industrial processes in an industrial symbiosis ecosystem.

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  • Global distribution and readiness status of artificial intelligence application on mobility projects

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Meilinda Fitriani Nur Maghfiroh, Hiroshi Onoda

    Energy Reports   9   720 - 727  2023.03  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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    The mobility sector is experiencing a global transition towards cleaner and more sustainable technologies. Many mobility projects are developing artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to improve the operational efficiency of mobility, such as charging system optimization for electric vehicles (EVs), autonomous driving, and traffic controls. This study presents such projects’ global distribution by showing a geographic information system (GIS)-generated map and analyzes the readiness level of those technologies by employing the Japanese Technology Readiness Assessment (J-TRA) methodology. The results show that most projects are located in Europe. Among the analyzed AI uses, the smart parking system and lane tracing assistance technologies have the highest level of readiness. Further training of AI to be fully compatible with the real operating environments and updates of traffic policies are necessary to allow advancement of the technology readiness of the rest of AI mobility technologies types.

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  • Reusing solar panels to improve access to information and communication in an off-grid village: A financial feasibility assessment

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Alan Dwi Wibowo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Energy Reports   8   857 - 865  2022.11  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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    Pursuing Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number 7, to “Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all,” many off-grid villages received solar panels from external supports. However, these communities rarely have the capacity for reinvestment when the battery deteriorates. This study proposes reusing the abandoned solar panels as a power supply for cellphone charging stations and signal boosters. Taking an off-grid agricultural village in Indonesia as a case study, a cost–benefit analysis (CBA), net present value (NPV), and payback time estimation were conducted to determine the financial feasibility of the proposed strategy. The results identified that paired with an existing business, a four months payback time can be achieved under a standard scenario. Moreover, solar panels’ end-of-life poses an environmental burden. A sustainable use that can take full advantage of the technology's lifespan should be considered when donating technologies to the bottom billions.

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  • Readiness Status of Artificial Intelligence Applications on Electric Vehicles

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Meilinda Fitriani Nur Maghfiroh, Hiroshi Onoda

    Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering and Information Technology for Sustainable Industry    2022.09  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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    The transportation sector is a significant contributor to global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It is estimated that replacing fossil fuel-based vehicles with electric vehicles (EVs) powered by sustainable and renewable energy could contribute to approximately 21% of emission avoidance by 2050. To improve the efficiency of EV operation, various artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have been applied. Examples include charging system optimization, self-driving car technology, and traffic control technology. To understand the current readiness status of those technologies applications, a small database of AI use in EVs that is in practice globally is constructed. There are 23 locations of prototype projects identified. The projects are categorized by the AI type, developer type, size of operation, and readiness status. Readiness status is analysed with the Japan Technology Readiness Assessment (J-TRA) methodology. There are seven analysed parameters: 1) Market, 2) Technology development, 3) System Integration, 4) Sustainability Verification, 5) Safety, 6) Commercialization and 7) Cost and Risk. The results show that while there is a promising market, steady progress in technological development, and verified environmental benefits, more work is needed to ensure safety and integration with the current systems before the technology can reach higher readiness levels of commercialization, cost, and risk-coping mechanisms.

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  • Socio-techno-economic assessment to design an appropriate renewable energy system for remote agricultural communities in developing countries

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Alan Dwi Wibowo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Sustainable Production and Consumption   31   492 - 511  2022.05  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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    Access to clean energy for communities living in remote areas where grid extension is considered unfeasible can be provided by off-grid electrification systems using renewable energy (RE). Especially in developing countries, ensuring the appropriateness of such systems is crucial because it will determine the system's sustainability despite its limited resources. This study demonstrates the design process of an appropriate system by assessing the potential of three RE sources: solar, wind, and biomass in an oil palm and rubber-tree plantation village in South Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. A social assessment is done to avoid sustainability issues of the previously introduced technology intervention by identifying correlations between residents' attributes and satisfaction levels on a selection of social values through multiple correspondence analysis (MCA) and nonparametric methods. The techno-economic assessment and sensitivity analysis uses local data processed with the Hybrid Optimization of Multiple Energy Resources (HOMER) software. Results identified the need for a more appropriate clean energy supply for cooking, the potential role of modern technology, and access to information and communication in income generation, among other needs and opportunities that can be linked with the energy system design. The technical assessment showed that a centralized solar power plant paired with a diesel engine could provide power to the village. However, the cost of electricity (COE) is much higher than the price cap introduced by the national electricity company. This study urges a clear mechanism and a guarantee for the delivery of feed-in-tariffs (FIT) and a price cap exemption for off-grid RE systems. Furthermore, a people-centered public–private partnership business model and a remote capacity-building intervention are also needed. An appropriate energy system design must be supported by an enabling environment and supporting policies to be feasible.

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  • Determinants of Customer Intentions to Use Electric Vehicle in Indonesia: An Integrated Model Analysis

    Indra Gunawan, Anak Agung Ngurah Perwira Redi, Ahmad Arif Santosa, Meilinda Fitriani Nur Maghfiroh, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Adji Candra Kurniawan

    Sustainability   14 ( 4 ) 1972 - 1972  2022.02  [Refereed]

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    Electric vehicles can be a solution to certain social problems in Indonesia, such as pollution and an increase in consumption of energy from fossil fuels, which cannot be met by domestic production. The discussion of the TPB theoretical model, UTAUT2, and risk perception, using the structural equation modeling (SEM) method, in this study aims to provide an overview of the factors that drive interest in adopting electric vehicles in Indonesia. Data were collected from 526 respondents in various cities located in Indonesia. The results showed that the model can estimate the study variables adequately. The constructs of TPB such as attitude toward use (ATU), subjective norm (SBN), and perceived behavior control (PBC) positively affect interest in using electric vehicles. Meanwhile, ATU is influenced by performance and effort expectancies, hedonic motivation, price value, as well as functional, financial, and social risks. Another factor, known as PBC, is influenced by certain facilitating conditions. The ATU factor is the most influential on the use of electric vehicles, therefore factors such as performance expectancy, effort expectancy, hedonic motivation, price value, functional risk, financial risk, and social risk need to be properly analyzed.

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  • Assessment and Proposal of Micro-Scale Renewable Energy and Mobility Solutions Based on Regional Characteristics of Myanmar

    Win Thu, Andante Hadi PANDYASWARGO, Hiroshi ONODA

    The Proceedings of the Symposium on Environmental Engineering   2022.32   2401 - 04  2022

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  • The Emerging Electric Vehicle and Battery Industry in Indonesia: Actions around the Nickel Ore Export Ban and a SWOT Analysis

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Alan Dwi Wibowo, Meilinda Fitriani Nur Maghfiroh, Arlavinda Rezqita, Hiroshi Onoda

    Batteries   7 ( 4 ) 80 - 80  2021.11  [Refereed]  [Invited]

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

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    As the automotive industry shifts from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs), many countries are setting new strategies in their transportation sector. The Li-ion battery is currently the most common battery used in EVs due to its high energy density, durability, safety, and cost competitiveness. Nickel is predicted to be an essential component for the lithium nickel cobalt manganese oxide (NMC) as a cathode material of choice for EV applications. Indonesia, one of the world’s largest nickel ore suppliers, put an export ban on nickel ore effective from 2020. The bold movement was intended to initiate the domestic EV industry and encourage investors abroad to drive their manufacturing activities into the country. On the other hand, the global Li-ion battery manufacturers who imported nickel from Indonesia had to restrategize their businesses. This review discussed the chronological events leading to the ban and after the ban from the media, government regulations, and literature reviews. The authors of this study also conducted interviews and attended seminars with the national experts and key players in the battery and EV industry to gain their most pertinent insights. The SWOT analysis of the reviewed materials indicated that while the Indonesian battery industry is still new, it needs to diversify its research and development activities and collaborate internationally to optimize the utilization of its resources and meet the purchasing power of the domestic EV market. Finally, this study summarized six key factors to support Indonesia’s ambition to be a new regional hub for EVs. These factors are: (1) pricing, (2) technology, (3) policy, (4) investment, (5) infrastructure, and (6) compliance with sustainability standards.

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  • Actual Measurement and Evaluation of the Balance between Electricity Supply and Demand in Waste-Treatment Facilities and Development of Adjustment Methods

    Daiki Yoshidome, Ryo Kikuchi, Yuki Okanoya, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Applied Sciences   11 ( 22 ) 10747 - 10747  2021.11  [Refereed]

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    In Japan, breakthroughs to improve the share of renewable energy in the energy mix have become an urgent issue. However, the problem could not be solved by simply adding more power plants for various technical reasons, such as the unsuitability of using renewable energy as baseloads due to its intermittency. Furthermore, establishing the required cooperative systems for regionally distributed power adjustment is also tricky. Based on these backgrounds, this paper constructs an operation plan that minimizes CO2 emissions by correcting the generation and load patterns of the renewable energy of solar power, utilizing power generation from waste as a substitute for baseload power, and estimating the power demand of each facility. The result shows that by adjusting the operation plans, the model can reduce CO2 emission by 20.95 and 8.30% in weeks with high and low solar power generation surpluses, respectively. Furthermore, these results show that it is possible to reduce CO2 emissions in regions that have power sources with low CO2 emission coefficients by forecasting the amount of power generation and power load in the region and appropriately planning the operation in advance.

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  • Current Readiness Status of Electric Vehicles in Indonesia: Multistakeholder Perceptions

    Meilinda Fitriani, Nur Maghfiroh, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Sustainability   13 ( 23 )  2021.11  [Refereed]

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    As a net oil importer since 2004, Indonesia’s success in developing fuel economy and infrastructure for electric vehicles would be vital to ensuring energy security and decarbonization from the transport sector. Following the Presidential Regulation on the Acceleration Program for battery-based EV for Road Transportation in 2019, the Indonesian government provides incentives for the domestic production of EVs. However, as EV technology is relatively new for the domestic automotive industry in Indonesia, it needs to go through stages of development to achieve full readiness in society. This study analyses the key stakeholders’ perceptions of EV industries using the Japanese technology readiness assessment (J-TRA) to better understand the current readiness level of EVs in Indonesia. Primary data are collected through interviews with an EV start-up company, experts in the EV field, government officials in charge of the national EV projects, and EV end-users. Extensive literature related to success stories of EV adoption in other countries was conducted as the basis for this study. The results showed that key stakeholders agree that EV technology has reached a high readiness level in technology development. Most of the stakeholders voted that the readiness bottleneck is commercialization, safety, and integration parameters. Furthermore, an elaborate policy recommendation gathered from both literature reviews and interviews with related stakeholders is presented.

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  • Measuring the Readiness of Plastic Packaging and Containers Recycling Technologies in Japan with J-TRA Methodology

    Chaoxia Shan, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management   32 ( IB-2 )  2021.10

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  • The Current State of EV Readiness in Indonesia: Assessing the Industrial Sector's Perspective with J-TRA Methodology

    A. H. Pandyaswargo, M. F.N. Maghfiroh

    2021 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, IEEM 2021     361 - 366  2021  [Refereed]

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    Electric Vehicle (EV) is a promising technology that can drive the use of Renewable Energy (RE) in the mobility sector. With the fast economic growth and rapid urbanization, it is expected that more people will purchase personal vehicles in Indonesia. Even in the scenario where more people are gradually taking the more convenient public transportation and better infrastructure of mass mobility, the EV can significantly reduce Green House Gas (GHG) emission when the energy supply eventually shifts to higher RE in the energy mix. On the other hand, EV is a relatively new technology, and its diffusion on the broader market needs to go through several stages of development to achieve full readiness in society. Therefore, observing the EV development status is essential to identify and respond to the bottleneck of EV diffusion in Indonesia. This study exercised the Japanese technology readiness assessment (J-TRA) methodology based on an interview with an EV startup company to reveal the readiness level in Indonesia.

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  • Evaluation and Improvement Proposals for a Business Facility Solar and Ground-Heat Hybrid Heat Supply System

    Daiki Yoshidome, Ryo Kikuchi, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Sustainable Production, Life Cycle Engineering and Management     557 - 573  2021  [Refereed]

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    In this study, we proposed improvements based on actual measured data of a hybrid heat supply system that uses solar heat and ground heat as the heat sources of a restaurants complex in Honjo city, Saitama, Japan. Our evaluation from the actual monitoring measurements showed that the solar heat collection efficiency was 50–60%. The geothermal Heat Pump’s Coefficient of Performance decreased significantly in the summer. We propose to set the heat insulation and burial depth of the piping from the ground heat collection to the heat pump and recommends five units of 5 units of solar heat collectors as the most ideal scenario.

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  • The Readiness Levels of Japan Supported Biomass Energy Conversion Technology Development Projects in Emerging Southeast Asia: Verification of the J-TRA Results

    Issui Ihara, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Sustainable Production, Life Cycle Engineering and Management     541 - 555  2021  [Refereed]

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    We compared the readiness levels of Japan supported biomass energy conversion technology development projects in emerging Southeast Asia measured with two different methodologies; (1) levels as stated by the project fund provider, and (2) Technology Readiness Assessment (J-TRA) method. Results show that while the first method could tell the general idea about a technology development progress, the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of J-TRA is better at indicating the project bottlenecks.

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  • Study on an Energy Demand Estimation and Energy System Independence in Off-Grid Areas

    ZHAO Shuheng, PANDYASWARGO Andante Hadi, ONODA Hiroshi

    Papers on Environmental Information Science   ceis34   317 - 322  2020.12

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    In this paper, we attempt to calculate an estimate of the energy system demand in Thae Kone village, located in an off-grid area in Myanmar. Based on the results of the calculation, we introduce a renewable energy plan that is appropriately tailored to local needs. Furthermore, through a literature review on decentralized energy systems, the paper discusses their self-dependence from social acceptance and the perspective of clarifying their roles as operating entities. We conclude that a project model that is community-driven and closely partnered with private enterprises shows great potential as a vision for independent and decentralized energy systems in the future.

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  • Estimating the energy demand and growth in off-grid villages: Case studies from Myanmar, Indonesia, and Laos

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Mengyi Ruan, Eiei Htwe, Motoshi Hiratsuka, Alan Dwi Wibowo, Yuji Nagai, Hiroshi Onoda

    Energies   13 ( 20 )  2020.10  [Refereed]

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    Under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the world has pledged to "leaving no one behind". Responding to goal No. 7 on the agenda, efforts to provide modern energy to all the world population must be pushed forward. This is important because electrification in the rural area can indirectly support opportunities for social and economic development resulting in an acceleration of the eradication of poverty. The research goal of this study is to contribute insights about the scale of energy demand in unelectrified villages in the Southeast Asian countries and to discuss some factors that might influence the energy demand growth. This is done by making projections based on surveys and interviews, including a time-use survey, in three off-grid villages located in Myanmar, Indonesia, and Laos. Our analysis presented the living condition, highlight the types of energy sources, how, and in what rhythms people use energy on a daily basis in those villages. The demands in each case study villages were then projected based on several constructed scenarios. It was found that the factors of household size, proximity to the city, climate, and topography may influence the present and future growth of energy demands in the villages. The estimated energy demand may be useful for project managers to design a pilot off-grid energy system project in a similar environment and pointed out important factors to consider when formulating off-grid energy policies in the region.

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  • Comparison of torrefaction and hydrothermal treatment as pretreatment technologies for rice husks

    Tianjiao Cheng, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Energies   13 ( 19 )  2020.10  [Refereed]

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    Many agricultural waste residues are generated in Southeast Asia while some areas in the region still do not have electricity. This study explores the potential effective utilization of agricultural residues in Southeast Asia to generate power. Firstly, visualization of the potential for energy generation was completed using a geographic information system (GIS). Secondly, a comparison of effectiveness was completed between the torrefaction and hydrothermal treatment of low-grade agricultural residues as pretreatment techniques for the modification of agricultural residues. In this study, the feasibility of utilizing rice residues was analyzed (i.e., rice husks, which are produced in large quantities in Southeast Asia) to determine their suitability for pretreatment as feedstock for power plants. This was assessed experimentally by focusing on the pyrolytic characteristics of the husks and the rate of ash change both before and after treatment, while the subsequent implications on transportation costs were also noted. The results indicated that the percentage of ash in torrefied rice husks was 26.7%, whereas the percentages of ash in rice husks that were treated with water or an NaOH solution were 13.96% and 8.87%, respectively. The reduction in transportation costs after compression was 90.8% for hydrothermal treatment and 88.7% for torrefaction.

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  • An analysis of the current status of woody biomass gasification power generation in japan

    Yasutsugu Baba, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    Energies   13 ( 18 )  2020.09  [Refereed]

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    Forests cover two-thirds of Japan’s land area, and woody biomass is attracting attention as one of the most promising renewable energy sources in the country. The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) Act came into effect in 2012, and since then, woody biomass power generation has spread rapidly. Gasification power generation, which can generate electricity on a relatively small scale, has attracted a lot of attention. However, the technical issues of this technology remain poorly defined. This paper aims to clarify the problems of woody biomass gasification power generation in Japan, specifically on the challenges of improving energy utilization rate, the problem of controlling the moisture content, and the different performance of power generation facilities that uses different tree species. We also describe the technological development of a 2 MW updraft reactor for gasification and bio-oil coproduction to improve the energy utilization rate. The lower heating value of bio-oil, which was obtained in the experiment, was found to be about 70% of A-fuel oil. Among the results, the importance of controlling the moisture content of wood chips is identified from the measurement evaluation of a 0.36 MW-scale downdraft gasifier’s actual operation. We discuss the effects of tree species variation and ash on gasification power generation based on the results of pyrolysis analysis, industry analysis for each tree species. These results indicate the necessity of building a system specifically suited to Japan’s climate and forestry industry to allow woody biomass gasification power generation to become widespread in Japan.

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  • Evaluation of Technology Readiness and CO2 Reduction Effect of Biomass Utilization Systems in Southeast Asia

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hou Tatsu, Ito Yutaro, Onoda Hiroshi

    The Proceedings of the Symposium on Environmental Engineering   2020.30   212  2020

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    In Southeast Asia, where the population and economy are growing rapidly, active efforts to utilize the biomass energy are taking place. In particular, there are high untapped energy potentials from the agricultural biomass and its residues. In order to promote effective development and use of biomass energy conversion technologies, it is essential to evaluate their level of readiness status objectively. In this study, we created a database of energy conversion technologies for agricultural biomass in international projects of the Japanese companies and organizations and evaluated them by using the TRA (Technology Maturity Assessment), GIS mapping and LCCO2 methodologies. Specifically, we presented an evaluation case study focusing on Indonesia and proposed a dissemination strategy based on the evaluation.

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  • Development of An Energy Demand Calculation Method for Southeast Asian Countries OffGrid Areas

    PANDYASWARGO Andante Hadi, RUAN Mengyi, ZHAO Shuheng, WEI Lin, ONODA Hiroshi

    The Proceedings of the Symposium on Environmental Engineering   2020.30   215  2020

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    Ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all is the goal number 7 within the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). While most of the countries in the Southeast Asian region aim for universal electrification within 2020 to 2030, it is predicted that a couple of millions of the population will not have access to electricity by then due to various reasons. Among them are challenging geographical terrain and the low population density in rural areas. In this study, we analyzed the current situation of the population living in the off-grid area through field surveys, estimated their energy demand, and projected the future growth of energy demand. As case studies, we selected three communities in Myanmar, Indonesia, and Laos. Also, we proposed a strategy to appropriately introduce renewable energy in the communities based on our analysis and observation.

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  • Environmental and economic evaluation of a mechanical biological treatment system for a small and medium-sized waste treatment facility considering the karatsu smart disaster-resilience base construction project

    Akihisa Ogawa, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Daiki Yoshidome, Hiroshi Onoda

    International Journal of Automation Technology   14 ( 6 ) 984 - 998  2020  [Refereed]

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    We evaluated the feasibility of waste-generated heat using a 100-kW digestion gas engine at the Karatsu City Water Purification Center by evaluating its disaster resilience through four indicators. We achieved the best outcome, i.e., a power generation rate of 1,122 kW and a power self-sufficiency rate of 22% when two or more digestion gas engines were installed to supply waste-generated heat to the absorption chiller/heater of a water-pool. Additionally, we evaluated the environmental and economic aspects of a Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) system installed in Karatsu City. The results suggested that by installing an MBT system, the annual cost could be reduced by ∼100 million Yen and the power generation capacity could be increased to 4,310 kW; this could also help reduce 19,000 tons of annual CO2 emissions with increased power generation. The environmental and economic feasibility assessment tool developed here is configurable; hence, applicable to other regions.

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  • Japan-supported biomass energy projects technology readiness and distribution in the emerging Southeast Asian countries: Exercising the J-Tra methodology and GIS

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Da Pang, Issui Ihara, Hiroshi Onoda

    International Journal of Environmental Science and Development   11 ( 1 ) 1 - 8  2020  [Refereed]

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    Copyright © 2020 by the authors. Biomass is a promising energy resource for the Southeast Asian countries. There are currently many biomass related technology development projects taking place in the emerging countries of the region (Thailand, Indonesia, Viet Nam, Myanmar, Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos). In this paper, we investigate the critical characteristics of Japan-supported biomass energy technology development projects in those countries, specifically on; technology type, biomass feedstock type, the technology's readiness, and the geographical location. Information about the projects was collected from major Japanese organizations and Japanese private companies' websites. The results highlight the trends and direction of biomass energy conversion technology development in the region. Among them are the following: 1) Biorefinery is the most popular technology used in the development projects mainly in Thailand, 2) Boiler, Turbine, Generator (BTG) projects exist in all countries discussed in this study, 3) Agricultural residue from rice plantation and Oil Palm are the two most popular type of feedstocks used in the projects, 4) Most of the projects’ are still in “feasibility study” and “pilot demonstration” readiness levels.

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  • Challenges and an implementation framework for sustainable municipal organic waste management using biogas technology in Emerging Asian Countries

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Premakumara Jagath Dickella Gamaralalage, Chen Liu, Michael Knaus, Hiroshi Onoda, Faezeh Mahichi, Yanghui Guo

    Sustainability (Switzerland)   11 ( 22 ) 1 - 28  2019.11  [Refereed]

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    © 2019 by the authors. Due to its ability to recover both material and energy from organic waste, biogas technology is considered one of the best technology for treating organic waste. While in many emerging Asian countries more than 50% of municipal waste is organic waste, the amount of organic waste treated with biogas technology remains very limited. This study identified key challenges faced by practitioners in sustaining biogas plants from literature and interviewed a number of sustainably operating biogas plant managers and, based on the findings, developed an implementation framework to help decision makers and practitioners in planning a sustainable municipal organic waste biogas plant facility.

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  • Application of J-TRA (Japanese version of Technology Readiness Assessment) to biomass utilization projects: with focus Biomass Energy Conversion Technologies in Southeast Asia

    Da Pang, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda, Issui Ihara

        264 - 265  2019.03

  • LCCO2 of coal co-firing with imported torrefied woody biomass in Japan

    Kenta Omura, Pandyaswargo Andante Hadi, Onoda Hiroshi

    E3S Web of Conferences   74   03001 - 03001  2018.12  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Corresponding author

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    In response to Japan’s increase on coal dependence, co-firing of woody biomass in a coal power plant has been considered as the most feasible sustainable alternative. We propose torrefaction as an effective method to improve the quality of biomass fuel. To measure how much CO2 can be avoided by utilizing torrefied fuel, Life Cycle CO2 (LCCO2) of woody biomass co-firing in the Japanese coal power plant was conducted in this study. As a comparative analysis in the LCCO2, scenarios constructed included the use of woody biomass in the form of chip, pellet, and torrefied fuel. Due to the unavailability of large quantity domestic feedstocks in Japan, Indonesia was chosen as the origin of the imported woody biomass in the simulated scenarios. The results showed that significant CO2 reduction could be achieved especially in the co-firing that includes torrefied fuel. In the case where 30cal% of torrefied fuel or 5cal% of pellets were used for co-firing in a 50 MW capacity coal power plant, 95,000 t of CO2 could be avoided annually compared to using 100% coal.

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  • Sustainable production and consumption of palm oil in Indonesia: What can stakeholder perceptions offer to the debate?

    Raquel Moreno-Peñaranda, Alexandros Gasparatos, Per Stromberg, Aki Suwa, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira

    Sustainable Production and Consumption   4   16 - 35  2015.10  [Refereed]

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    Meeting the global demand for palm oil poses great sustainability challenges. Indonesia is experiencing one of the largest oil palm expansions worldwide. Important socioeconomic and environmental impacts of the palm oil sector remain unsolved including conflicts over land tenure, loss of biodiversity, air pollution and emission of greenhouse gases. The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) is a multi-stakeholder alliance promoting best practices along palm oil supply chains. However, the RSPO's potential to truly enhance the sustainability of palm oil production and consumption has been questioned. The different stakeholder groups that comprise the RSPO often hold different agendas and perspectives, posing a barrier for enhancing the sustainability of the sector. Moreover, RSPO stakeholders' perceptions may not be necessarily attuned to local realities and sensibilities in Indonesia. This paper, (a) provides a rapid appraisal of the perceptions on the barriers for improving palm oil sustainability as held by the main RSPO stakeholder groups and (b) contrasts them with the views of local communities in oil palm expansion areas. Our results suggest that RSPO stakeholders' perceptions about enhancing palm oil sustainability are overall highly divergent. However there seemed to be an underlying common optimism among some RSPO stakeholders and local communities about the feasibility of a technical fix. Understanding RSPO stakeholders' perceptions can enrich the current debate about the sustainable production and consumption of palm oil that is usually informed by rigorous yet highly compartmentalized research.

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  • Objective and Subjective Measurements for Development and Well-being: Some Perspectives from a Bottom-up Study in Indonesia

    Andante Hadi PANDYASWARGO, Naoya ABE, Yunus FRANSISCUS

    Global Environmental Research   19 ( 2-10 ) 207 - 216  2015  [Refereed]

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  • The Effect of Non-policy Factors on the Diffusion of Electric Vehicle with the focus on Temperature and Slope

    ISHIDA Junya, ABE Naoya, PANDYASWARGO ANDANTE HADI

    Papers on Environmental Information Science   29 ( 0 ) 135 - 140  2015  [Refereed]

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    In this paper, we examine the effect of non-policy factors, such as temperature and slope, on the diffusion of Electric Vehicle (EV) by conducting multiple regression analysis. Using an air conditioner and steep slope, for example, increase electricity consumption and decrease the cruising range of EV, which is one of the key factors of the EV diffusion. Therefore, we alternately used some indicators representing temperature and angle of slope as explanatory variable to investigate that effect on the diffusion of EV. The multiple regression analysis result shows that low temperature hinders the EV diffusion and does not show that angle of slope statistically have an effect on it. Thus, we confirmed that it was significant to consider the effect of temperature on the EV diffusion, for example, when policy makers try to introduce a subsidy.

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  • Financial sustainability of modern composting: the economically optimal scale for municipal waste composting plant in developing Asia

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Dickella Gamaralalage Jagath Premakumara

    International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture   3 ( 3 )  2014.09  [Refereed]

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    There is a widespread interest in converting organic waste into compost fertilizer to extend the life of landfills, create economic and environmental benefits, and ultimately reduce the pressure on local governments in managing the ever-increasing complexity of municipal solid waste. However, composting is still seldom considered as a strategic element. There is also very little evidence available of its economic feasibility. This study, therefore, aims to analyze key factors that influence the economic feasibility of municipal composting plant and identify a range of plant capacity or scale where a composting project could have higher opportunity to be financially sustainable. A cost–benefit analysis (CBA) was carried out using the data gathered from five composting plants in Asia, including Surabaya, Bali and Bekasi in Indonesia, Beijing in China, and Matale in Sri Lanka. The results identified that the medium-scale and lower large-scale composting plants have an optimal opportunity for being financially feasible as compared with the smaller and larger capacity plants. The study also identified that the economic viability of the composting plants depends on the number of factors, such as selection of suitable processing methods, technologies, scale, quality of product and marketing strategies. The advantages of the medium and lower large-scale composting plants are (1) waste input and product quality are easier to control than larger scale compost plants, and (2) there are extra income opportunities such as tipping fees and carbon credits that are limited in the case of small-scale composting plants. The scale of composting plant is one of the key factors to be considered at the initial stage of planning composting plants.

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  • Linking Education and Water in the Sustainable Development Goals

    Yuto Kitamura, Eri Yamazaki, Norichika Kanie, D. Brent, Edwards Jr, Binaya Raj Shivakoti, Bijon Kumer Mitra, Naoya Abe, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Casey Stevens

    United Nations University - Institute of Advanced Studies   Policy Brief #2  2014

  • Integrated LCA for Municipal Solid Waste Management in Developing Country

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

    Design for Innovative Value Towards a Sustainable Society     1100 - 1105  2012  [Refereed]

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  • Energy recovery potential and life cycle impact assessment of municipal solid waste management technologies in Asian countries using ELP model

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda, Katsuya Nagata

    International Journal of Energy and Environmental Engineering   3 ( 1 ) 1 - 11  2012  [Refereed]

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    Natural resource scarcity and the effects of environmental destruction have pushed societies to use and reuse resources more efficiently. Waste should no longer be seen as a burden but rather as another source of material such as energy fuel. This study analyzes the potential of three waste management scenarios that include the combination of four waste management technologies - incineration with energy recovery, composting, anaerobic digestion, and sanitary landfill gas collection - as ways to recover energy and material from municipal solid waste. The study applies the environmental load point (ELP) method and utilizes municipal waste characteristics and composition from India, Indonesia, and China as case studies. The ELP methodology employs integrated weighting in the quantification process to get a one-unit result. This study particularly uses analytic hierarchical process questionnaires to get the weighting value of the nine impact categories: energy depletion, global warming, ozone depletion, resource consumption, ecosystem influence, water pollution, waste disposal, air pollution, and acid rain. The results show that the scenario which includes composting organic waste and sanitary landfill with gas collection for energy recovery has medium environmental impact and the highest practicability. The optimum material and energy potential is from the Chinese case study in which 254 tonnes of compost fertilizer and 60 MWh of electricity is the estimated output for every 1,000 tonnes of waste treated. © 2012 Pandyaswargo et al.
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Books and Other Publications

  • OHAYOU SENSEI Serba serbi jadi Dosen di Jepang

    Dahlan Nariman, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Winarto Kurniawan, Riela Provi Drianda( Part: Joint author)

    Penerbit Mecca  2021.02 ISBN: 6233300347

Presentations

  • Empowering Tomorrow: A Sustainable Approach for Off- Grid Communities in Developing Nations

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    Community Sustainability and Resilience in the Post-Pandemic World 

    Presentation date: 2024.01

  • Factors Affecting Smart Technologies Social Acceptance: A Review Study

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Meilinda Fitriani, Nur Maghfiroh, Tanika Dewi Sofianti, Hiroshi Onoda

    EcoDesign 2023 

    Presentation date: 2023.11

  • Readiness Status of Smart Waste Collection and Processing Technologies for Plastic Waste Recycling

    Chaoxia Shan, Andante Hadi, PANDYASWARGO, Hiroshi ONODA

    EcoDesign 2023 

    Presentation date: 2023.11

  • Environmental and Economic Assessment Towards the Utilization of CCUS Technology in Waste Incineration Facilities

    Tianjiao Cheng, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    EcoDesign 2023 

    Presentation date: 2023.11

  • Development of an Ideal Training Dataset for Visual Analysis-based Waste Sorting Robot: An Experiment with Mixed-construction Waste

    Tianhao Cheng, Hao Hu, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    EcoDesign 2023 

    Presentation date: 2023.11

  • Airflow Heat and CO2 Balance in Detached Houses: A Simulation Based on Insulation Leakage, Ventilation, and Occupancy of an Indoor Environment

    Yanghui Guo, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    EcoDesign 2023 

    Presentation date: 2023.11

  • Smart Technologies can boost growth, but understanding people is key

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    Scientific Forum of Indonesian Diaspora (Forum Ilmiah Diaspora Indonesia) 

    Presentation date: 2023.08

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    2023.08
     
     
  • Plastic Waste Recycling Relative-Efficiency of Japanese Prefectures: Exercising the Data Envelopment Analysis Method

    Chaoxia, Shan, Pandyaswargo, Andante Hadi, Onoda, Hiroshi

    International Workshop on Environmental Engineering (IWEE 2023) 

    Event date:
    2023.07
     
     
  • The Japanese Technology Readiness Assessment (J-TRA) Method and its application on Cleaner Transportation Technologies

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    Third Country Training Programme (TCTP) organized by Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research (TISTR) National Energy Technology Center (ENTEC), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), and JICA Thailand 

    Presentation date: 2023.05

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  • The Environmental Policy Latent Effects on Plastic Waste Recycling: A Comparison Between the United States and Japan

    Chaoxia Shan, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    3RINCs_ The 3R International Scientific Conference on Materials Cycle and waste management 

    Presentation date: 2023.03

  • Addressing Japanese Elderly Mobility Problems With Autonomous Vehicles

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

    The 33rd JASID Annual Conference 

    Presentation date: 2022.12

  • Readiness Status of Artificial Intelligence Application on Electric Vehicle: A mini global review and analysis using the J-TRA method

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

    International Conference on Engineering and Information Technology for Sustainable Industry 2022 

    Presentation date: 2022.09

  • Global distribution and readiness status of artificial intelligence application on mobility projects

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

    The 9th International Conference on Power and Energy Systems Engineering 

    Event date:
    2022.09
     
     
  • Designining an appropriate renewable energy system for small-isolated islands communities

    Alan Dwi Wibowo, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    The 17th IRSA International Conference 

    Presentation date: 2022.07

  • Reusing solar panels to improve access to information and communication in an off-grid village: A financial feasibility assessment

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

    The 4th International Conference on Clean Energy and Electrical Systems (CEES 2022) 

    Presentation date: 2022.04

  • The Current State of EV Readiness in Indonesia: Assessing the Industrial Sector’s Perspective with J-TRA Methodology

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

    The 2021 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management 

    Presentation date: 2021.12

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    2021.12
     
     
  • Life Cycle Cost of Mobility Electrification with Renewable Energy in Off-grid Rural Area: The Karya Jadi Village case in Indonesia

    Meilinda Fitriani, Nur Maghfiroh

    International Conference on Engineering and Technology for Sustainable Development (ICET4SD) 

    Presentation date: 2021.12

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    2021.12
     
     
  • Renewable Energy System in the Off-grid Communities: The Systems’ Characteristics and Storage Technologies

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

    The 12th International Symposium on Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing (EcoDesign2021) 

    Presentation date: 2021.12

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    2021.12
     
     
  • Measuring the Readiness of Plastic Packaging and Containers Recycling Technologies in Japan with J-TRA Methodology

    Chaoxia Shan, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    32nd Annual Conference of Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management 

    Event date:
    2021.10
     
     
  • The Readiness of Electric Vehicle in Indonesia Based on the Perceptions of Key Stakeholders

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

    The 6th Annual Applied Science and Engineering Conference 

    Presentation date: 2021.08

    Event date:
    2021.08
     
     
  • Key Factors to Achieve a Sustainable Municipal Solid Waste Anaerobic Digestion

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    Diaspora Talk, Bioprocess Engineering, University of Indonesia 

    Presentation date: 2020.11

  • Development of energy demand forecasting method in non-electrified area of Myanmar

    Ruan, M, Pandyaswargo, A. H, Onoda, H, Htwe, E

    Society of Environmental Science, Japan, 2019 Annual Conference 

    Event date:
    2019.09
     
     
  • Technology Readiness Assessment (TRA) and Environmental Load Point (ELP): Understanding the sustainability of technology development projects

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    Invited Lecture, Gadjah Mada University (UGM) 

    Presentation date: 2019.08

  • Measuring the readiness of Japan-supported biomass energy technology development projects in Southeast Asia: Demonstration of the J-TRA methodology

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    General Lecture, Lambung Mangkurat University  (Lambung Mangkurat University, Agro-Industrial Technology Departement, Banjar Baru Campus, Indonesia)  Lambung Mangkurat University

    Presentation date: 2019.08

  • Technology Readiness Assessment of Biomass Energy Projects using J-TRA method: Application on Southeast Asian Countries

    Issui Ihara, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Da Pang, Hiroshi Onoda

    International Workshop on Environmental Engineering 2019 

    Presentation date: 2019.05

  • Biogas guideline for decision makers and practitioners

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    Technology Solutions for Holistic Waste Management - A Global Dialogue with the Private Sector 

    Presentation date: 2019.05

  • Off-grid energy use and biomass energy utilization in emerging southeast Asia

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies 

    Presentation date: 2019.05

  • Roles and Strategies to Combat Climate Change

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Michael Knaus  [Invited]

    Presentation date: 2019.05

  • Application of J-TRA (Japanese version of Technology Readiness Assessment) to biomass utilization projects: with focus Biomass Energy Conversion Technologies in Southeast Asia

    Da Pang, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda, Issui Ihara

    The 14th Meeting of the Institute of Life Cycle Assessment, Japan 

    Presentation date: 2019.03

  • Guideline Development on Anaerobic Digestion for MSWM

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    The 3R International Scientific Conference on Material Cycles and Waste Management 

    Presentation date: 2019.02

  • Residential Energy Estimation based on Daily Activities (REEDA): A methodology to estimate household energy consumption

    Ruixi Zhao, Yanghui Guo, Katsumasa Ihara, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    EcoDesign Products & Service (EcoDePS) Symposium 2018 (Tokyo, Japan) 

    Presentation date: 2018.12

  • Development and the effectiveness of the J-TRA: A Methodology to assess energy technology R&D programs in Japan

    Issui Ihara, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    EcoDesign Products & Service (EcoDePS) Symposium 2018 (Tokyo, Japan) 

    Presentation date: 2018.12

  • LCCO2 of Coal Co-firing with Imported Torrefied Woody Biomass in Japan

    Kenta Omura, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi Onoda

    The 3rd International Conference Series on Life Cycle Assessment (ICSoLCA) (Jakarta, Indonesia) 

    Presentation date: 2018.10

  • Stakeholder perceptions on the sustainability of oil palm plantation in Indonesia

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo  [Invited]

    Circular Economy Conference 2017, Birkenfeld, Germany 

    Presentation date: 2017.10

  • Basic Utilities Satisfaction and Consumption in an Urban Community: Case Study of Surabaya, Indonesia

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Naoya Abe, Abdullah Ambiyah

    The 26th Japan Society for International Development Annual Conference (Niigata, Japan) 

    Presentation date: 2015.11

  • Basic Needs of Urban-life (BNU): Urban Sustainable Development Indicator with an Application to a Case Study in Indonesia

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Naoya Abe, Ishio Junichiro

    The 6th International Community, Work and Family Conference (Malmo, Sweden) 

    Presentation date: 2015.05

  • New Perspective for Sustainable Urban Development: Development of Basic Needs of Urban-Life Index Inspired by the Indonesian Experience

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Naoya Abe

    International Conference on Sustainable Development Practice (ICSDP), (New York, United States) 

    Presentation date: 2014.09

  • Education, income, gender, and capacity in sustainable urban development: The case of Surabaya, Indonesia

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Naoya Abe

    The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences (ACSS) (Osaka, Japan) 

    Presentation date: 2014.06

  • Comparative Analysis of Life Cycle Impact Assessment Methodologies With Application to Indonesian Solid Waste Management Scenarios

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Onoda Hiroshi, Nagata Katsuya

    The 10th International Conference on EcoBalance: Challenges and Solutions for Sustainable Society (Yokohama, Japan) 

    Presentation date: 2012.11

  • Life Cycle Assessment for Municipal Waste Management in Asian Developing Countries: Environmental Load Point

    Pandyaswargo Andante Hadi, Onoda Hiroshi, Nagata Katsuya

    The Asian Conference on Sustainability, Energy and the Environment (ACSEE) (Osaka, Japan) 

    Presentation date: 2012.05

  • Development Challenges in Remote Island Community: A Case Study of Pangan-an Island in Cebu, Philippines

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Naoya Abe

    The JASID 16th Spring Conference (Tokyo, Japan) 

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Research Projects

  • Improving the social acceptance of smart technologies: A people-centric approach for sustainable smart waste management and smart mobility technologies

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)

    Project Year :

    2023.04
    -
    2026.03
     

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • Development of Contactless Garbage Collection Systems and Scenarios Construction for Social Implementation

    Japan Ministry of Environment 

    Project Year :

    2021.04
    -
    2024.04
     

    Hiroshi Onoda

  • Addressing the sustainability challenges of off-grid renewable energy systems: The smart community reverse innovation

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists

    Project Year :

    2021.04
    -
    2023.03
     

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

     [International coauthorship]

  • Social implementation of multi-benefit type mobility in micro communities

    NEDO  Public-Private Support Project for Discovering Young Researchers/Collaborative Research Phase (Environment/Energy Field)

    Project Year :

    2022
    -
    2023
     

    Hiroshi Onoda

  • Designing an appropriate renewable energy system for small-isolated islands communities

    Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA)  IRSA Research Support on Regional Development in Small Island Economies

    Project Year :

    2022.04
    -
    2022.07
     

    Alan Dwi Wibowo, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • Survey of Energy Usage in a Non-electrified Village in Indonesia

    早稲田大学 

    Project Year :

    2019.04
    -
    2020.03
     

    Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo

  • Feasibility Study on Social Implementation of Bioenergy in East Asia

    Japan Science and Technology (JST) Agency  e-ASIA Joint Research Program

    Project Year :

    2017.04
    -
    2020.03
     

    Katsuta Masafumi

  • Project On Sustainability Transformation beyond 2015 (POST-2015 Project)

    Ministry of Environment (MOE), Japan 

    Project Year :

    2013.04
    -
    2015.03
     

    Norichika Kanie

  • Project for the development and deployment of guidelines on selected waste management

    IGES Centre Collaborating with UNEP on Environmental Technologies (CCET) 

    Premakumara J.D.G

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Teaching Experience

  • Climate and Energy Transition: Overview on Southeast Asia

    Jilin University, China  

    2022.01
     
     
     

  • Global Urban Transitions: Processes and Outcomes

    Waseda University, Osaka University, Tsukuba University  

    2019.11
     
     
     

  • 環境・エネルギービジネス実践講座

    早稲田大学  

  • 環境・エネルギー学演習A/環境・エネルギー学実習A

    早稲田大学  

  • Introduction to International Development

    東京工業大学  

  • Environment and Energy Engineering A:Seminar/Environment and Energy A :Practice

    Waseda University  

  • Environment and Energy Business Practical Lecture

    Waseda University  

  • Introduction to International Development

    Tokyo Institute of Technology  

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Social Activities

  • Striving on a thin thread: transferable skills between being a mother and a university researcher

    International Association of Indonesian Scholars (Ikatan Ilmuan Indonesia Internasional)  Tea-time talk I-4 Japan: Full-time working mother in Japan 

    2023.05
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  • Expert Dialog: Rain Water Management (LRC - Dialog Pakar : Manajemen Air Hujan bersama Mrs. Novri Azmi)

    Lendo Novo Research Institute  Expert Dialog 

    2022.02
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Internal Special Research Projects

  • Literature Study to conduct Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment (LCSA) of Waste Biomass Energy Conversion in Emerging Southeast Asia

    2019   Hiroshi Onoda, Da Pang, Issui Ihara, Jagath Dickella Gamaralalage, Cheng Liu, Michael Knaus, Faezeh Mahichi, Yanghui Guo

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    This study aimed to identify the environmental, social, and economic sustainability of utilizing biomass waste as energy, especially in the emerging region of Southeast Asia. We have conducted two major research activities to achieve this aim. Firstly, we identified the types of biomass waste commonly used in the region from the agricultural, silvicultural, and industrial sectors as well as the technology used, the types of energy products, the technology readiness levels, as well as the location of these activities. We categorized, analyzed, and plotted these findings into maps using Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping. From that analysis, we have identified that using municipal organic waste with biogas technology is one of the most promising feedstocks and technology combination with a relatively good technology readiness level. Therefore, our second activity was to conduct an extensive literature review as well as field interviews with project managers who are running such technology in the Asian region, namely China, India, Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines. It was found that although it is not without challenges, the technology has reached a high readiness level. The details of the technical, financial, and social challenges and coping strategies could be found in our publications.

  • Survey of Energy Usage in a Non-electrified Village in Indonesia

    2019   Eiei Htwe, Alan Dwi Wibowo, Hiroshi Onoda, Motoshi Hiratsuka, Yuji Nagai, Ruan Mengyi

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    Collaborating with other researchers within and outside the university, we have expanded the scope of the study. This study aimed to identify the dynamics of energy usage in such unelectrified areas. We conducted both quantitative and qualitative surveys through direct interviews with key stakeholders and questionnaires with the village residents. Field surveys were conducted in three unelectrified villages in southeast Asia, namely, in Karya Jadi Village, Banjarmasin, Indonesia, Thae-Kone Village in Mandalay, Myanmar, and in Houaykhing, Laos. Through the survey data analysis, we were able to identify the fluctuation of energy demand throughout the day as well as the peak demand and forecast the future growth of energy demand. It was projected that the use of low cost and low maintenance renewable energy technologies such as the solar panel could provide the primary energy needs such as lighting. On the other hand, challenges such as energy storage and more advanced use of energy, such as mobility, would need further research on how to provide a more sustainable supply appropriate to the village socio-economic conditions.

  • Challenges and Opportunities of Biomass Energy Conversion Technologies in Developing Asian Countries

    2018   Hiroshi Onoda, Da Pang, Issui Ihara

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     A literature review of 45 anaerobicdigestion studies have been conducted and a database containing 87 biomassenergy conversion technology development projects in developing Southeast Asiancountries have been constructed using the equipment and materials bought underthis tokutei kadai project funding. The countries covered were Indonesia,Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, and the Philippines.The anaerobic digestion literature reviewdatabase is now becoming the foundation to develop a guideline of municipalwaste biogas plant implementation in developing countries under a differentproject with United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Institute forGlobal Environmental Strategies (IGES).  The southeast Asian biomass energyconversion technology development project database is now being analyzed with anovel methodology that we developed called the Japanese Technology ReadinessAssessment (J-TRA) under a different project funded by Japan Science andTechnology Agency (JST), the e-Asia Project. One of the findings is that biomassenergy conversion project in the region are not only facing technicalchallenges also institutional and social aspects. Our J-TRA methodology coveredthe following aspects: market, development, integration, verification, safety,commercialization, and cost/risk. In many of the projects we analyzed, thereare bigger economic aspects challenges compared with technical challenges.