In the webinar “Preventing the Climate Crisis with Clean Energy” last September, the Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) Fabby Tumiwa said, based on the IESR study, the Maluku and North Maluku regions have large new renewable energy potential, namely 738 gigawatts. This potential comes from solar, water, wind and biomass energy. However, this potential has not been utilized optimally
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