Adequacy Assessment of Time of Dispatch Rules using Fuzzy TOPSIS Method

Adequacy assessment of the existing Time of Dispatch (TD) rules is an academic primary step to improve the regulation of electronic commerce laws. This study aims to evaluate the ASEAN countries based on the adequacy of their TD rules. We propose an extended Fuzzy Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) method for ...

Claim in Negligence: An Overview

Recently, the media in Indonesia has been buzzing with reports of an accident that killed a celebrity couple caused by the negligence of a driver. The internet community questioned whether the criminal sanctions for negligence alone were sufficient and able to bring a sense of justice. Furthermore, the question is whether a person who commits negligence can be held civilly responsible.

Feed-in Tariff for Solar Photovoltaic: Money From the Sun?

Climate change is the greatest 'market failure' the world has seen. This has stimulated policy makers around the world to turn into renewable energy. As a result, renewable energy is indeed the order of the day and the sun is the most powerful source of energy that God has blessed mankind with.

Tycoon Magazine: Naz Schinder, A Fearless Leader Thriving through Challenges

Deciding to start a business, be an entrepreneur, and change the market landscape is a big bold decision that needs brevity and fearlessness. Who has the courage to do it? Someone like Naz Schinder. In the early days as an entrepreneur, her bold decisions and out-of-the-box solutions were often questioned and stumbled upon the legal roadblocks, resulting in low efficiency and even tension. Since then, Naz has been proving herself as a lawyer and as a woman leader by solving one problem after another efficiently.

IPO for Companies Involved in Legal Cases

Every company has the opportunity to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) and list its securities on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). In the context of an IPO, the company will issue a document called a prospectus, which is a document that contains any written information related to the public offering process that the company is carrying out with the aim to disclose everything about the company to the public before they decide to buy securities. The form and content of the prospectus in the context of a public offering have been regulated in the Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulations.

Life Cycle Assessment of a Rotationally Asymmetrical Compound Parabolic Concentrator (RACPC)

Integrating a concentrator into the building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) design has resulted in a new technology known as the building integrated concentrating photovoltaic (BICPV). The rotationally asymmetrical compound parabolic concentrator (RACPC) is an example of a concentrator design that has been explored for use in BICPV. This paper evaluates the life cycle assessment (LCA) for the RACPC-PV module, which has never been explored before.

Leaders in Law: Leader in Law of the Year in Indonesia for 2021

Naz Schinder, the Founder of Schinder Law Firm, is awarded as the Leader in Law of the Year in Indonesia in 2021. Under her leadership, Schinder Law Firm has become one of the most successful leading law firms in Indonesia and is proficient in a wide range of legal services with an impressive roster of globally positioned clients.

Nuclear Energy Development in Bangladesh: A Study of Opportunities and Challenges

It is a challenging task for Bangladesh to meet its increasing demand of energy while its economy is rapidly growing. Though prices of oil, coal, and fossil fuels around the world have been volatile, the price trend in Bangladesh demonstrates a persistent rise in the immediate past. This is further exacerbated by depleting reserves of natural gas. Cumulatively, these two effects heighten Bangladesh's energy needs. Bangladesh presently mitigates her energy requirements predominantly through natural gas, supplemented by a handful of coal and furnace oil plants.

Indonesia to Impose Carbon Tax in April 2022, Starting with Coal Power Plants

Indonesia will begin to tax coal-fired power stations in April 2022 using a tax mechanism based on emission limits, or cap and tax, to start the implementation that will eventually reach all sectors of the economy to reduce national greenhouse gas emissions. Indonesia's carbon tax is a strong signal that will encourage the development of carbon markets/carbon emissions trading, technological innovation, and more efficient and eco-friendly investments in the country.

An Assessment of Renewable Energy Readiness in Africa: Case Study of Nigeria and Cameroon

Africa is blessed with abundant energy sources that can promote economic growth and provide sufficient capacity to meet up with the future electricity demand. This paper evaluates the progress made in renewable energy (RE) development in Nigeria and Cameroon together with the roadmaps for future implementation. Since the early 2000, Nigeria has...

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