Micro-household power plants in Philippines and rural Indonesia
Updated: Nov 3, 2020
A whole new economic model is being trialed in Indonesia and the Philippines as micro-power plants convert waste materials into raw electricity, cleaning up their environment and cutting out corporate power.
July 2nd 2050
Micro-household power plants that can convert plastic waste and biomatter into clean energy, are being distributed across Philippines and rural Indonesia. This energy is harvested by community led initiatives and humanitarian groups, providing wages to anyone with the technology. Freeing up the national electricity grid, keeping more money in households and giving citizens more time to contribute to local infrastructure projects, the intellectual property of the micro-household powerplants is community owned and fiercely defended from acquisition by big business. The power plants are enabling communities to establish their own circular and share economies as well as address the pollution in their environment. Communities with locally owned knowledge based on share economy models have proved highly resilient to environmental disasters over the past 10 years.