Ritma Green has provided access to small-scale renewable energy facility particularly for smallholder farmers since 2013 by partnering with The Indonesia Domestic Biogas Programme (www.biru.or.id). Up to now, the social enterprise has constructed around 300 domestic biogas digesters.
Responding to climate change impacts in the agricultural sector, Ritma Green introduces and facilitates climate change mitigation and adaptation technologies and practices to improve agricultural commodities production, increase communities’ resilience, and decrease greenhouse gases.
Integrated in its business model, Ritma Green is committed to develop its partner Small Medium Enterprise (SME) by functioning as Business Development Service (BDS) Provider to farmer groups, farmer cooperatives, Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDES), and other community-based businesses.
Sustainable natural resources and livelihoods in a nexus of renewable energy, climate-smart agriculture and water management
Accelerating the food, energy and water security nexus to smallholder farmers
(Full of Determination)
Taro Ada Taro Gau
(Walk the Talk)
(Emphaty to others)
Executive Director (Founder)
Agronomist Officer (Cofounder)
Supply Chain & Marketing Officer
Renewable Energy Officer
Finalist of the first Water and Energy for Food (WE4F) Asia Enhancing Development and Growth through Energy (EDGE) Agriculture-Energy Prize.
Meaningful Business MB 100.
National Finalist of Wirausaha Sosial Mandiri (National Social Entrepreneurship Competition).