Statement of Intent ST Indonesia

Statement of Intent (SoI) between STC Indonesia with NEN, the Dutch biofuels certification and standards agency! NEN is the organization that designed the NTA 8080 biofuels certification system. STC’s HFCPO for biodiesel is intended to be the NTA 8080 pilot project in Indonesia for NEN.

Statement of Intent STC Indonesia 230131202_V3 in PDF

EEP Awards STC Indonesia Renewable Energy Grant

Energy and Environment Partnership (Finland) has awarded STC Indonesia 180,000 Euros to develop a waste-to-energy biomass facility in Riau.

Jakarta, Indonesia. In May 2012, the Finnish government through its Energy and Environment Partnership awarded 180,000 Euros to Sustainable Trade and Consulting Indonesia (STC Indonesia). STC Indonesia is the lead proponent in a consortium of Indonesian and international organizations. This consortium will create an integrated bio-energy generation facility that utilizes waste products from commercial and smallholder oil palm farmers in Riau, Indonesia. The project goal is to produce 10-20 MW from sustainable biomass sources while also enhancing the livelihoods of local smallholders.  …Read More

STC Indonesia Launches New Project in Kalimantan



STC Indonesia receives contract from the Energy and Environment Program (Finland) to develop a biomass facility in Central Kalimantan.

Jakarta, Indonesia – 28 Dec 2012 – Sustainable Trade and Consulting Indonesia (STC Indonesia) received 100,000 Euros in January 2013 from the Finnish Government’s Energy and Environment Partnership (EEP) program. STC Indonesia, the lead organization, has brought together a consortium of companies and NGO’s to establish a 5 MW bioenergy facility. The renewable energy facility will utilize residual biomass from the oil palm and coconut industries in Central Kalimantan. The project will create new economic benefits for thousands of smallholder farmers while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions. …Read More

Catalysing Cacao and Sustainable Business in Papua: STC Indonesia

With funding from both USAID and DFID, STC Indonesia is working with Papuan entrepreneurs to access sustainable global supply chains.

Jakarta, Indonesia – 31 Dec 2012 – Since 2011, Sustainable Trade and Consulting Indonesia (STC Indonesia) has been working with green entrepreneurs in Papua to incubate nascent businesses.The program will collaborate with the Papua Green Entrepreneurs Network (PGEN), which includes innovative projects ranging from community forestry to waste management. This initiative is supported by the DFID’s UK Climate Change Unit. Ultimately, the project will result in private sector investment to scale-up these promising social enterprises. Read More