Implementation SDGs 7 at FTUI

7.2 University measures towards affordable and clean energy

We continue to further enhance the use of clean, affordable energy. The use of Light Emitting Diode (LED) has been implemented troughout the faculty due to low voltage use and also its efficiency. it is more affordable than light bulb used before. We have also installed solar panels with the capacity of 5kWp above our ultility building in 2019 to provide clean energy to the building and 10 units of 60 watt solar panels had also been installed in 2017 to provide energy for 10 outdoor lights. Collant used for indoor cooling have been replaced gradually to more enviromentally friendly collant R32. Timer and sensors are installed gradually for to further increase energy efficiency.

7.2.4 Plan to reduce energy consumption

Have an energy efficiency plan in place to reduce overall energy consumption

The UI Faculty of Medicine has made efforts to reduce the energy consumption by using energy-efficient equipment in routine maintenance and development (e.g., replacement of conventional lamps with LEDs), publishing Dean’s decree on energy saving, implementation of smart buildings, renewable energy, use of timers on lighting panels for efficient use of energy

7.2.5 Energy wastage identification

Undergo energy reviews to identify areas where energy waste is highest

7.3 Energy use density

7.3.1 Energy usage per sqm

The electricity usage in 2019 was 5,438,877 kwh , while in 2020 the electricity usage was 5,285,492 kwh

7.4 Energy and community

7.4.2 100% renewable energy pledge

Promote a pledge toward 100% renewable energi

7.4.4 Policy development for clean energy tech

Inform and support governments in clean energy and energy-efficient technology policy development


The Chancellor of the Universitas Indonesia has issued a green campus policy for the University of Indonesia (Keputusan Rektor UI No 2893/SK/R/UI/2018).