Energy Management Strategy in Campus Towards a Green Campus Through Promoting Carbon Footprint and Energy Efficiency Index Improving

Nundang Busaeri, Ida Ayu Dwi Giriantari, Wayan Gede Ariastina, I. B. Alit Swamardika


The energy management strategy is the key to increasing the energy efficiency index (EEI) and controlling buildings' carbon emissions. This article discusses the energy policy strategy at Siliwangi University based on four main components of green campus: the profile of the electricity load, energy consumption, the rate of the number of vehicles, and vehicle activity in the campus environment. We propose four scenarios to meet the EEI and carbon emissions standards in 2025. The analysis of carbon emission production uses the UI Green Metric approach by referring to the carbon emission strategy from the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) and the profile of the world bank. Simultaneously, the EEI analysis uses the ASEAN-USAID standard, which is also used in the Indonesian National Standard (SNI). The conclusion is that even with the highest scenario to meet the target EEI level in 2025, Siliwangi University can only reach the EEI level in the “Extremely Efficient” category for the area with AC facilities and Extremely-Inefficient class for the area with AC facilities. The analysis results show that the most considerable contribution of carbon emissions is from motorbikes, 66%, cars and buses 33% and electricity use only 1.4%. Although the use of electricity does not have a significant emission impact, the EEI analysis results show a tendency towards electricity waste. Siliwangi University must immediately implement electric vehicles on campus to reduce carbon emissions from the mobility of motorbikes, cars, and buses

Keywords: Energy, Strategy, Carbon Footprint, Energy Efficiency Index, emission

JEL Classifications: C33, E210, E310, O470


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