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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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THE ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY ALTERNATIVE RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ON MARITIME FIELDS USING PEST AND FUZZY MCDM METHODS

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AUTHOR(S)

Sutrisno, Avando Bastari, Okol Sri Suharyo

 

KEYWORDS

Alternative Energy Resources, PEST, Fuzzy MCDM.

 

ABSTRACT

Indonesia has a national jurisdiction area of ± 7.8 million km² with 2/3 of its territory being the sea of ± 5.9 million km². With this large sea area, it is a great potential for Indonesia to be able to develop alternative energy resources in the maritime sector amid the problem of fossil energy resources whose capacity is decreasing. The energy crisis requires the government to encourage the development and utilization of new and renewable energy Alternative energy in the maritime sector that can be developed include energy that utilizes ocean waves, ocean currents, tides, and ocean temperature differences. This study aims to determine the alternative energy of the maritime sector by reviewing from technical and financial aspects, political, economic, social and technological aspects. The method used is technical analysis, financial analysis, PEST analysis, and Fuzzy MCDM. The first step in this process is the mapping of the technical, financial, political, economic, social and technological aspects of each energy alternative with technical, financial and PEST analysis. Furthermore, with the Fuzzy MCDM method an alternative energy development selection model was made by assessing the performance of each. The results of the analysis in the form of the concept of ranking alternative energy sources as a maritime potential that can be used as consideration in determining government policies in the energy sector.

 

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