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KADIN INDONESIA

Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

KADIN INDONESIA

Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Kadin and DEN Encourage Renewable Energy Development in West Java

The National Energy Council (DEN) held a joint hearing with the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (Kadin) West Java at the DEN meeting room. Attending the hearing, Chairman of Kadin West Java, Cucu Sutara along with the Vice Chairman and received directly by DEN Member, Eri Purnomohadi accompanied by the Head of the Energy Crisis Management and Supervision Facilitation Bureau, Sujatmiko. Eri admitted that the meeting was a form of consolidation between DEN and cross-sector institutions, both national and regional.

In the discussion that developed, Kadin West Java hoped for the establishment of communication between DEN and Kadin, especially in the West Java region. "This is the initial meeting, hopefully it can be followed up in the future, also maybe later from DEN can also visit the West Java region, especially to see the development of areas that have energy potential," said Chairman of the West Java Kadin, Cucu Sutara.

The people in West Java, whose population is more than 50 million, are a great potential for sustainable and sustainable energy development in the future.

"Investment interest in West Java is quite high in the energy sector. One of them is PLTSA in the Cirebon area, besides that we have also communicated with the European Union to invest in green energy, for this reason today we hope to be exposed together with DEN," he explained.

For example, the West Java Chamber of Commerce is currently developing wind turbine technology for toll road lighting. This wind technology is combined with solar panels so that it can work alternately. "Wind turbines can be applied on toll roads using wind power. In locations far from electricity substations, for example, maybe this can be applied," he added.

Responding to this, Eri Purnomohadi said that the technologies developed must be proven and effective. "It needs to be seen and studied whether the technology used is not only applicable but also effective. In essence, DEN supports the development of technology in the EBT field but of course with various standards that must be met," he concluded.

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