In order to improve collaboration and partnership efforts for the implementation of renewable energy in Maluku, NZMATES has recently carried out an extensive reflection process with partners.
Following an introductory training session held in January, another 5-day LEAP (Low Emissions Analysis Platform) software training was held this month.
Developed at the Stockholm Environment Institute, the LEAP (Low Emissions Analysis Platform) software is a tool that is widely used for energy policy analysis and climate change mitigation assessment, including as a planning tool and as
The 9th Indo EBTKE ConEx 2020, organized by the Indonesian Renewable Energy Society (METI) and fully supported by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, was recently held virtually due to the pandemic.
NZMATES delivered a short pilot training on solar PV at Ambon State Polytechnic in July 2019, and an MoU for a cooperation to support renewable energy capacities was then signed in September 2019.