OFF-GRID SOLAR POWER PLANTS IN SOUTH EAST SULAWESI (2014)

OFF-GRID SOLAR POWER PLANTS IN SOUTH EAST SULAWESI (2014)

As part of the National Development Plan by the Indonesian government to provide electricity for remote and isolated areas in Indonesia, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) releases project tenders for Off-grid and Hybrid Solar Power Plants every year since 2012.

PT Selaras Daya Utama (SEDAYU) as one of Indonesia’s leading Solar Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) companies is proud to get involved in this government’s program for the communities still have no access to electricity as SEDAYU believes electricity is one of the main keys to achieve prosperity for the people.

/span>For 2015, SEDAYU has the opportunity to develop 4 (four) Solar Power Plants in South East Sulawesi, including PLTS Karya Bakti (pictured) using locally assembled solar modules and industry leader inverter, SMA.

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