Indonesia Government Supports The Use Of Solar Panel
Indonesia has significant potential for solar energy generation due to its location in the sun-rich equatorial region and the availability of large areas of land. However, the country has not yet fully exploited this potential. As of 2021, solar energy accounted for a relatively small percentage of Indonesia's total electricity generation mix. The government has set a target to increase the contribution of renewable energy, including solar, to 23% of the country's total electricity mix by 2025. To achieve this goal, the government has implemented various policies and incentives to support the development of solar energy projects, including the provision of land for solar farms, tax exemptions for solar projects and subsidies for the installation of solar panels.
Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 112 of 2022 concerning Renewable Energy which has been planned since 2021 has finally been issued. There are several solar power plants in operation in Indonesia, including a 10 MW plant on the island of Sumatra and a 60 MW plant in Central Java. There are also many smaller-scale solar projects, such as solar panels installed on rooftops and microgrid systems in remote areas. CA-Solar is a solution for providing solar power facilities in Indonesia by providing solar mounting and solar profiles.
CA-Solar mounting refers to the system used to attach solar panels to a building or structure. The mounting system is an important part of any solar panel installation because it holds the panels in place and helps to ensure that they are positioned correctly to receive maximum sunlight. There are several different types of CA-solar mounting systems, including roof-mounted systems, ground-mounted systems, and pole-mounted systems. CA-Solar roof-mounted systems are the most common and are used to attach solar panels to the roof of a building. Ground-mounted systems are used when the roof is not suitable for solar panels, and pole-mounted systems are used to mount solar panels on poles or other structures.