Prof. Dr. Eng. Eniya Listiani Dewi
- President of Indonesia Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy (IFHE).
- Professor of Electrochemical Process at National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), Indonesia.
Eniya Listiani Dewi was born in Magelang-Indonesia in 1974, she had finished Bachelor of Engineering at Applied Chemistry of Waseda University at 1998, then completed Master and Doctor of Engineering at the Advanced Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Engineering Faculty, Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, on 2003, as DC1 JSPS special researcher. Since 2004, she works on this current affiliation, the Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT) as senior researcher. She is active as Board Director for International Association Hydrogen Energy (IAHE) from 2013 until now, and she’s also a founder and President for Indonesian Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy (IFHE), and also running the consortium of fuel cell and hydrogen of Indonesia since 20107. She became the Chairman of Indonesia Polymer Association (HPI) for 2017 until 2023 period. On 2014, She was the Head Division of New and Renewable Technology, then 2014-2015 became Director for Materials Technology Center, and on September 2015 has been pointed as Deputy Chairperson for Agro-industrial Technology and Biotechnology-BPPT until 2018, and Deputy Chairperson for Information, Energy and Materials Technology of BPPT until 2021. She has also experienced as Chief Commissioner of National State Own Company of PT. Garam (Pesero) in 2018-2021. Her interests are on electron transfer phenomenon on the nanocatalyst, hydrocarbon polymer materials, PEM-fuel cell, zinc-air fuel cell batteries as well as hydrogen production from biomass and PEM-electrolyser. She got the full professorship on June 2015. Her activities were awarded from many institutions, such as BJ Habibie Technology Award, Mizuno Award, Koukenkai Award, Asia Excellent Award, Best Indonesia Scientist Award, PII-Engineering Award, Medco-Energy Research Award, Patent Innovation Award, The Habibie Award, Indonesia Satyalancana Wirakarya Award, Indonesian Technology Ambassador, etc. National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) is her affiliation since 2021 until now.
Indonesia National Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmaps
Indonesia has developed a National Hydrogen Strategy Roadmap to meet its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) obligations under the Paris Agreement. The roadmap aims to leverage the potential of hydrogen in the country’s energy mix, promote an equitable energy transition, and utilize its abundant renewable resources. The roadmap emphasizes the integration of renewable energy sources, particularly solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal power, into Indonesia’s hydrogen economy. This approach. The strategy focuses on collaboration among governmental organizations, private businesses, academia, and communities to advance hydrogen-based technology and sustainable growth. The roadmap’s vision of a hydrogen ecosystem encompasses the entire value chain and prioritizes production efficiency and technological innovation, with calculated that Indonesia shows 32.8 million tons of hydrogen demand in 2060. By embracing cutting-edge technology, Indonesia aims to compete in the global hydrogen industry and seize new economic opportunities. The strategy also incorporates a circular economy approach to minimize waste and maximize resource utilization in hydrogen production processes, promoting a sustainable and accountable supply chain. International cooperation is crucial for the success of the roadmap. Indonesia can benefit from collaborating with global leaders in hydrogen technology, facilitating knowledge sharing, technology transfer, and accelerated development. The roadmap also highlights the importance of a just energy transition, ensuring equal access to the benefits of a hydrogen-based economy. It aims to empower vulnerable groups, generate green jobs, and improve the livelihoods of local populations, particularly in rural and underserved areas. Indonesia envisions the use of hydrogen in key sectors such as transportation, manufacturing, and energy production, positioning itself as a regional hydrogen hub. To ensure a reliable hydrogen supply across the country of Indonesia, the roadmap emphasizes the development of a robust hydrogen utilization in power generation, chemical industries, including transportation infrastructure, refuelling stations and pipelines, including stationary. The strategy emphasizes the importance of a just transition, highlighting the need to ensure that vulnerable groups are not left behind in the shift towards a hydrogen-based economy. The report also notes that Indonesia’s choices will have a significant bearing on the world’s energy markets and on international efforts to reach collective climate goals in 2060.