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Induction Stove Implementation for Sustainable Clean Energy Consumption: A Literature Study

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Sustainable and clean energy is a big issue in several countries, including Indonesia. This oversized issue is why the Indonesian government focuses highly on prioritizing clean and sustainable energy, and an example of the efforts implemented is the conversion of 3 kg Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) gas stoves to induction stoves. This program was considered due to its ability to reduce the 3 kg LPG gas subsidy budget, large quantities of carbon gas emissions, and fossil fuel usage. The first sector targeted was households because they are the primary consumers of the 3 kg LPG cylinders. However, this program's success requires studying the process of implementing an induction cooker for sustainable, clean energy consumption. Therefore, this study explores previous literature on induction stoves and their implementation in Indonesia and several other countries. Data were collected using a systematic literature review approach. The results showed that induction stove technology has great potential to reduce CO2 emissions and the effect of greenhouse gases, which strongly supports the consumption of sustainable and clean energy. However, several challenges are associated with the conversion process in several countries, especially developing ones. This has led to the continuous formulation of strategies to accommodate these challenges, some of which can be implemented in Indonesia's induction cooker conversion program.

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Rizky, D.L., Damayanti, R.W., Laksono, P.W. (2023). Induction Stove Implementation for Sustainable Clean Energy Consumption: A Literature Study. In: Kolhe, M.L. (eds) Renewable Energy Systems and Sources. ICRCE 2023. Springer, Singapore.

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