We would like to thank everyone who participated in our competitions.

This year, Purnomo Yusgiantoro Center (PYC) team received such an amazing group of entries to our photo, infographic and essay contest. It was not an easy task for us to decide the winners as every work has their own strength and creativity.

Big congratulations to all of the winners! Top 3 winners with other 7 entries in the Top 10 will all receive a free pass to enter our conference this November 30, 2017. We will notify you in the upcoming email regarding more details, so please stay updated.

For those who did not win this time, please stay tuned to our website or follow our social media to find out more about our future programs.  We look forward to seeing you again and best of luck to your future endeavour!

Warmest regards,

PYC Conference Team

Essay Competition

 The top 3 winners:

1st Winner: “A contemplation of geothermal development. Case Study: Baturaden, Central Java, Indonesia” by Muhamad Firdaus Al-Hakim

2nd Winner: “Powering remote grids in Indonesia: A unique challenge that requires unique solutions” by James Guild

3rd Winner: “Utilizing decommissioned platform as a base for renewable energy power plan” by Isnania Nurlintang A. and Muhammad Fahmi H.

The next 7 entries in the Top 10 (in no particular order):

  • “The uncomforting truths of energy poverty and what the world can do about it” by Muhammad Hanif Sulaiman
  • “A glimpse at geothermal energy: Alternative energy solution in Indonesia” by Muhamad Reza Noviardi and Widya Wisesa Pradipta
  • “Double strategy to develop CCS-CBM economically and environmentally friendly” by Muhamad Choirul Azis
  • “Achieving energy security in Indonesia: active participation of the government, enterprises, academia and the people” by Chaedar Indra Pramana and Setiawan
  • “Utilization of extracted powder Sn from tin-plate waste as performance-enhancing agents of Li4Ti5O12 battery anode” by Ignatius Andre Setiawan and Ivan Orlando Limouswan
  • “Universal access for Indonesian modern energy based on pro-job, pro-growth, pro-poor, and pro-environmental” by Yose Ardhani Farasi
  • “End of oil and gas era: “Green” investment made by major oil companies” by Remigius Choerniadi Tomo


Photo Competition

The top 3 winners:

1st Winner: “Senja di PLTU Karangkandri (Sunset at PLTU Karangkandri)” by Rofyan Sofyaman

2nd Winner: “Kehidupan Tanpa Listrik (Life Without Electricity) by Muhammad Bahrul Ulum

3rd Winner: “Energy as the Basic Foundation of Human Activity” by Widya Wisesa Pradipta

The next 7 entries in the Top 10 (in no particular order):

  • “Nature is Powerful” by Egi Setiawan
  • “Pertamini Desa” by Gholib
  • “Geothermal Kamojang, Sang Pionir” by Hadi Prasojo
  • “Elapsed” by Irene Angela
  • “Coal Supply Chain” by Ahmad Budi Setiyawan
  • “PLTS Lombok Observatorium Geomagnetic” by Rizal Satria Aryadi
  • “Atambua Market” by Rini Rachmawati Suharto


Infographic Competition

 The top 3 winners:

1st Winner: “Geothermal  World’s Huge Trapped Energy Hidden in Indonesia” by Rowi Alfata, Rangga Hadiwibowo and Muhammad Al-Wafiy

2nd Winner: “PIZZA-Piezoelectricity: Zero Anxiety for Energy Needs” by Hendri Fahrezi Akli, Irene Angela and Risly Wijanarko

3rd Winner: “An Optimalization of Clean Potential Energy on Hydropower Sources” by Dwiki Syahbana Putra and Kautsar Muwahhid

The next 7 entries in the Top 10 (in no particular order):

  • “Energy Storage of Tomorrow: Advanced Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage” by Isnania Nurlintang Aqmarina and Muhammad Fahmi Hadar
  • “Konsumsi Akhir Energi di Indonesia Tahun 2015” by Ayatullah M. Sholeh
  • “Dye Sensitized Solar Cell (DSSC) from Natural Dye Extracted by white Dragon Fruit Peels for Renewable Energy” by Astari Indarsari, Annida Jihan and Devara Clarissa
  • “Proper Policy 101 Green Rating Business for A Better World” by Muhammad Ridwan, Nabila Kharimah Vedy and Yosep Peniel Batubara
  • “Go Self – Sufficient Energy: Subvotec” by Anugrah M. Puar, Nuresi Rantri and Silvia Ayu Agatha
  • “The Power Beneath Your Feet (Transforming Footstep into Electrical Energy Using Piezoelectric Materials)” by Natasha Kisti, Cindy Retno and Annisa Ovilia
  • “Biogenic Gas Potential (BGP) of Basin in Indonesia” by Abdul Basyir


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