To provide clean and safe energy to more than 5,000 energy-poor households on remote islands that had no access to electricity and to contribute to climate change response by reducing carbon emissions by 1.3 million tons
This project aims to enhance access to solar energy and address energy inequality by adopting suitable technologies for both Indonesia and East Timor. In the case of Indonesia, solar microgrid systems with centralized solar panels were installed in 23 villages across four provinces. Also, the solar lantern technology developed by the Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources was transferred to East Timor. In East Timor, solar water pumps and solar lanterns were installed in 25 villages across four provinces. After taking the training course for solar energy infrastructure management with the help from Indonesia, East Timor was able to obtain certifications for its.
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