SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (DTMI) at the Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), joined hands with the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) for the Freshmore Asia Cross-curricular Trip (FACT) program, conducted from Jan.
The Gasbadra team at UGM has spearheaded research and development in Indonesia, focusing on creating electric motorcycles with an impressive 57.42% domestic component level (TKDN).
Driven by the urgency of climate change, countries worldwide are embracing energy transformation.
For coffee enthusiasts, the presence of coffee grounds is a familiar aspect.
Three microalgae experts from UGM, Professor Arief Budiman, Dr. Eko Agus Suyono, and Dr.
The UGM Yacaranda team has emerged as the overall champion in the Indonesia Electric Car Competition (Kompetisi Mobil Listrik Indonesia or KMLI) held from November 6 to 8, 2023, at the Bandung State Polytechnic.
Cow manure processed using anaerobic digestion technology can yield biogas rich in methane, which can be used as fuel, a heat source, an electricity generation energy source, or injected into the natural gas grid after purification. Despite its advantages, the method produces wet residues known as digestate, often utilized as fertilizer but can potentially release […].
UGM students have developed an integrated carbon absorption technology that can be monitored in real time using smart sensors.
Five UGM students have developed a jacket that can adjust the wearer’s body temperature to the surrounding environment, known as the ACO Jacket.
The issue of climate change is becoming increasingly prominent as various environmental problems arise.
UGM students have developed an innovative briquette product called “WastBriq,” made from agro-industrial waste, such as coffee grounds, coconut husks, and rice husks, as a sustainable and affordable alternative to charcoal.
Dr. Hanifrahmawan Sudibyo from the Department of Chemical Engineering, the UGM Faculty of Engineering, together with Dr.
People living in the Gunung Halimun National Park area still hold onto the customs and traditions passed down by their ancestors. However, they adapt to the changing times by utilizing various technological advancements, such as local television channels that showcase the community’s daily activities and internet networks.
A team of UGM Vocational College students has developed Edgytech Flathouse, an integrated solution that maximizes various potentials within flat buildings, including energy, waste management, water supply, air quality, and management.
Indonesia targets net zero emissions by 2060, with most national power plants primarily sourcing their energy from variable renewable energy (VRE). In 2060, the country’s electricity demand is projected to reach 1,942 TWh, with per capita electricity consumption at 5,862 kWh per capita. To support this effort, besides primarily sourcing their energy from variable renewable […].
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is developing a multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary research center called the Institute for Future Life (IFL) as a tangible contribution to addressing climate change. The research conducted by IFL is expected to provide essential inputs to stakeholders, including in the development of Indonesia’s new capital, Nusantara, in East Kalimantan.
The UGM Faculty of Engineering Alumni Family (Katgama) has built a community hall made from bamboo for Talaga Village residents in Cugenang District, Cianjur Regency, West Java.
The UGM Community Service Team, based on the Utilization of Research Results and Application of Appropriate Technology, has developed an organic fertilizer product from goat manure with a 5-day fermentation. This innovation is driven by organic fertilizers becoming a popular solution in the modern agricultural world.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has received two electric buses from the Ministry of Investment/Investment Coordinating Board, which will expand the public transportation fleet within the UGM campus. The symbolic handover of the buses took place on Tuesday (August 22) at the Pancasila Field of UGM, with the Minister of Investment, Bahlil Lahadalia, presenting them to […].
The Gadjahmada Airport Transporter Electric (GATe) developed by UGM researchers has officially been included in the national electronic catalog (e-catalog), making it easier for consumers to order and purchase this product.