Number of potential people reached with clean and reliable energy


m3/year of wastewater to be treated


Tonnes of CO2 emissions reduced per year

Energy for All

Millions of households in indonesia experience electricity shortage, unpredictable power outages and unstable connections.

Biogas-to-energy solutions represent a potential of 2.5 GW of base load power capacity in Indonesia’s rural areas.

GREE Energy provides a clean, reliable and affordable all-day power supply in underserved rural areas.

number of potential people reached with clean and reliable energy
GWh per year of electricity supplied to local grid
villages reached
kV of power reliability target


Climate change is the defining issue of our time and we are at a defining moment.

Primary food processors emits about 50MT of CO2, equivalent to the emissions of 23M persons, representing 5.6% of indonesia’s national emissions which are consistently among the largest in the world.

GREE Energy captures the methane emissions, a short-lived climate pollutant 28 times more potent than CO2, of the food processors it’s partnering with.


tonnes of COemissions reduced per year

65,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions reduced per year is equivalent to the emissions of 29,500 people


75% of rivers in the country are seriously polluted.

Primary food processors in Indonesia generate more wastewater than 185M population equivalent.

GREE Energy’s technology removes 85% of the pollutant load of the industrial wastewater it treats.


tonnes of BOD5 removed per year

3,600 tonnes of BOD5 removed per year is equivalent to the domestic waste of 450,000 people

More Impacts

With our dedicated in-house impact management staff, we keep on challenging our way of conducting business to create maximum positive impacts and provide solutions to social and environmental problems. We seek ways to magnify our impact through various activities from researching the opportunity to produce organic fertilizers that could improve the livelihood of smallholder farmers on degraded lands, building green buildings in our facilities, installing solar panels to be even more energy efficient to discussing with local universities to spread our social and environmental innovations at a larger scale.


GREE Energy’s main impacts are climate change, energy for all and clean water. Through significant emission reduction, turning waste into valuable energy and treating wastewater; GREE Energy directly contributes to SDG 6, 7, 9, 12, and 13. Additionally, the creation of biogas facilities result in improvement of access of energy through reliable electricity  facilitating job creation and reducing poverty on a local level, a contribution to SDG 1 and 8. Partnering with public and private sector shows our contribution to SDG 17 which allows us to magnify the scale of grants and create investments that generate not only economic return but also massive social and environmental impact.

Note: Our impact data are estimates based on at least 5 years of historic data from food factory. With the help of regional PT PLN, we have compiled data related to energy for all impact. Additionally, to verify our findings we held a stakeholder discussion and interview the local communities. Actual data will be updated upon Commercial Operation Date (COD) of biogas-to-energy plant

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