The consortium of GFA/AMC/YLKI is performing the SCP project in Indonesia. SCP project Indonesia is part of the EU SWITCH program. The aim of the EU-funded SWITCH Asia programme is to promote Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) in Asia. The programme works simultaneously on the ground, with producers and consumers, and at the level of policy-making through support for formulation and implementation of SCP-related policies. The project covers the whole production and consumption chain with special focus on energy efficiency in industry and households.