Environmentally Friendly Electric Energy Development Model

Ahmad Hermawan, Abdul Hakim, Marjono Marjono, Bambang Semedi


The increased production of electrical energy will lead to an increase on the use of fossil fuels which ultimately raise the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. The use of fossil fuels (non-renewable fuels) for large-scaled generation of electrical energy will certainly cause problems considering oil and coal reserves as the main source for PLTU will shrink and run out over time. In addition, several environmental problems need to be considered and studied regarding this condition. Thus, it is very important to efficiently use electrical energy according to Presidential Instruction No. 6 of 2014 concerning energy development which focused on sub-sectors electricity development and minimization of fossil energy use as well as development of new, renewable, and converted energies. Based on this, a system which can support energy saving is needed. A system used for regulating energy needs is called the Energy Management System (EMS). The study was conducted in the Malang State Polytechnic Campus which is located on Jalan Soekarno Hatta no. 9, Jatimulyo, Lowokwaru Sub-district, Malang City. The sample used in this study consists of 230 people, including 150 students, 30 lecturers and 50 academics. This study is purposed to examine the correlation of the four variables to the energy management system and the use of environmentally friendly energy. Thus, the most appropriate model to accommodate this requirement is Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The results of SEM analysis showed that the model of an environmentally friendly electric energy management is said to be feasible to be developed, thus it can be collectively adapted in all aspects for creating a green campus.


Energy Management System (EMS); Energy Saving Culture; Environmentally Friendly Electrical Energy Use; SEM (Structural Equation Modeling)

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v8i7.2784


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