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Minister of EMR Inaugurated the Launch of Public Service Agency PPSDM KEBTKE

Apr 16, 2018

Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignatius Jonan inaugurated the launch of Public Service Development Agency (BLU) of Electricity, New Energy, Renewable Energy and Conservation (KEBTKE) in Surabaya, Thursday, April 12, 2018.

The signing of the cooperation agreement and submission of cooperation commitment document between BLU PPSDM KEBTKE and the business entity was also conducted. On the occasion, GIZ through ELREN project symbolically signed a cooperation agreement on capacity building. This cooperation aims to support BLU PPSDM KEBTKE to be able to develop a commercial training programme, especially in PV mini-grid rural electrification.

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Bringing the Cooperation on Rural Electrification Programme towards Regional Economic Development in Nusa Tenggara Barat

Mar 27, 2018

The Regional Planning Agency (Bappeda) of Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB) province, supported by the Energising Development Indonesia project implemented by GIZ, held a workshop on “Development Strategy of Solar Mini-grid Beneficiary Villages” on 15 March 2018 in Mataram. The workshop was a closure of Rural Mini-grid Management Model (RUMI), a pilot project implemented since May 2017, which aims at developing a management model for government-funded solar mini-grid in four hamlets in NTB province.

Ridwan Syah, the Head of Bappeda, urged all relevant stakeholders to pursue synergy and collaboration, among others the Agency of Energy and Mineral Resources (Dinas ESDM), Agency of Cooperatives and Small Medium Enterprises (Dinas KUKM), universities, Teams of Geopark Rinjani and SAMOTA Development, Bank Indonesia, KOMPAK, as well as the recently formed cooperatives. He also encouraged the cooperatives to proactively propose any support activities when required. Niken Arumdati, representing Dinas ESDM, expressed her optimism that next year the provincial government will allocate funds to regularly monitor and maintain the operational of solar mini-grids installed in the region.

Within eight months period, RUMI successfully facilitated the establishment of two cooperatives located in Pegadungan, Lombok Utara and in Moyo Island, Sumbawa. These cooperatives, previously informal villager groups, will manage the solar mini-grid systems constructed by the government. Additionally, the cooperatives also run businesses such as trading and credit service. Through close coaching conducted by Transform, a local civil society organisation experienced in village facilitation, the beneficiary community is now more confident in operating and managing their electricity facilities. Gender equality was strongly promoted throughout RUMI implementation. It was observed that women participation in village assemblies and activities related to electricity utilisation and management has improved up to 30%. RUMI also initiated a partnership scheme between solar companies and local technicians in order to make available technical support structure in the region.

More information about RUMI implementation can be accessed here.

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Mini-grid Service Package (MSP): Taking One Level Up the Quality and Performance of Mini grids

Jan 16, 2018

The PV communal technical inspection program implemented by EnDev Indonesia during 2013 - 2015 to 305 solar power plants (SPP), which built by the Government of Indonesia, has attracted the attention of SPP local and international actors. Through three years of technical inspection, Mini-grid Service Package (MSP) was created to maintain the installation quality.

IRENA (International Renewable Energy Agency) assessed that this instrument can enrich learning and best practices in maintaining the quality of renewable energy technology infrastructure. So that in 2017, the MSP instrument is covered and summarized in a collection of quality assurance case studies. The IRENA article on the MSP instrument can be downloaded at http://inspire.irena.org/Pages/qualityassurance/Casestudies.aspx

The MSP instrument consists of five (5) main activities:

1. Component compliance, to observe if the components are installed in accordance with the specifications written in the contract.

2. Technical performance verification, through on-site measurement and observation from the component display screen.

3. Workmanship quality, to observe if the installation is in compliance with the technical standards, safety rules and / or best practices.

4. Socio-economic survey using KPI (key performance indicator) form.

5. Training for operators and managers of PV communal.

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