Formulation of Energy Conservation Policy as Support of National Energy Security and State Defense at the Marine Education Command

Kartika Wijaya Setyawan, Ari Widodo


This study aims to analyze and formulate energy conservation policies in the Marine Education Command (KODIKMAR) area. This study uses qualitative methods to obtain in-depth interview data with various competent parties in the Kodikmar environment, which is used as the object of study in the study. The results of the triangulation analysis explain that the energy conservation policy in the Kodikmar environment as an effort to support national energy security has not been carried out or there has been no decision on energy conservation actions within the TNI. Government Regulation Number 79 of 2014 concerning National Energy Policy and Presidential Regulation No. 22 of 2017 concerning the General National Energy Plan (RUEN), although it is implemented across sectors, it is not included in the field of defense and security (TNI). The inclusion of Presidential Decree 35/2018, which is coordinated by the Deputy for Coordination of Maritime Sovereignty and Energy, still focuses on six regions out of 12 civil institutions. TNI Headquarters and TNI AL Headquarters need to issue policies as the legal basis for Conservation at Kodikmar according to the TNI hierarchy, and this employee work system is still the main obstacle. For this reason, the role of the DPR is relatively needed, reviewing energy use and the need to formulate energy conservation policies within the TNI.

Keywords: energy conservation, policy formulation, energy security, national defense.

DOI: 10.7176/PPAR/12-6-05

Publication date:August 31st 2022

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