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JOAMS 2024 Vol.12(1): 39-46
doi: 10.18178/joams.12.1.39-46

Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Risk, and Trust towards Intention to Use Induction Stove: A Case Study on Pilot Project of Induction Stove Conversion Program in Surakarta

Amanda Syifa Ariqoh *, Pringgo Widyo Laksono, and Retno Wulan Damayanti
Industrial Engineering Department, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta, Indonesia
Email: amandasyifaariqoh@gmail.com (A.S.A.); pringgowidyo@staff.uns.ac.id (P.W.L.); retnowulan@staff.uns.ac.id (R.W.D.)
*Corresponding author

Manuscript received September 1, 2023; revised November 2, 2023; accepted December 4, 2023; published March 12, 2024.

Abstract—One of the factors that determines a consumer’s intention to use a product is their perception of it. To determine whether a product is accepted by the community, a product provider must take into consideration the public’s intention to use of the product. This research focuses on the pilot project of induction stove conversion program in Surakarta, Indonesia. The objective of this pilot project program was to convert from the use of gas stoves to induction stoves as a strategy for Indonesia to transform energy into cleaner and also more environmentally friendly energy. Therefore, this research resolves that problem by analyzing the effect of perceived usefulness, perceived risk, and trust towards the intention to use induction stoves using the Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) method. Using this method, the significance of the influence and the analysis of the influencing factors can be determined. Results from PLS-SEM using SmartPLS indicate that the perceived usefulness of induction stoves influences trust and intention to use. Trust has an inverse relationship with perceived risk and influences positively in intention to use induction stoves. Perceived risk was found to negatively influence directly in intention to use. The results suggest that companies should plan for another socialization, as well as provide supporting facilities so that information about induction stoves is informed well. This paper contributes to a more comprehensive understanding of the influence of related variables on intention to use in pilot projects.

Keywords—perceived usefulness, perceived risk, trust, intention to use, induction stoves

Cite: Amanda Syifa Ariqoh, Pringgo Widyo Laksono, and Retno Wulan Damayanti, "Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Risk, and Trust towards Intention to Use Induction Stove: A Case Study on Pilot Project of Induction Stove Conversion Program in Surakarta," Journal of Advanced Management Science, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 39-46, 2024.

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