West Nusa Tenggara Province is composed of two main islands namely Lombok and Sumbawa island. This province has two cities and eight regencies and the main economic sectors are tourism and agriculture. It has a population 5,013 Mio., of which almost 99% has access to electricity. The main energy issue in WNT province is energy security, as the existing generator sources for the grid system rely on coal and diesel plants. In line with national mandates for energy development, West Nusa Tenggara Province has stipulated a Provincial Energy General Plan (RUEDP) to determine energy targets and activity planning for energy development. In accordance with the RUEDP, the province has set a renewable energy target of 35% to be achieved 2025. Those 100% Renewable City and Region Roadmap project will facilitate and strengthen this plan.
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A very nice initiative by the city of Bonn, Germany to make sure the efforts of children in preparing for a local festivity do not get lost due to #COVID19 restrictions. Well done @BonnGlobal!
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