NZMATES conducted a training on off-grid solar power plant sustainability in Maluku for staff from the local office of State Electricity Company (PLN) and Maluku’s Agency for Energy and Mineral Resources (Dinas ESDM) on November 18-21, 2
Car. Plane. Boat. Hike. For Mauricio Solano-Peralta, a renewable energy engineer from Infratec Ltd., sometimes reaching the project site can prove more of a challenge than designing a renewable-based energy system.
A training on introduction to solar PV mini-grids was held on November 12-14, 2019 in Ambon and was delivered by Dr. Andrew Crossland from Infratec Ltd. and Ir. Antoni Simanjuntak, MT from Pattimura University (UNPATTI).
Ambon Ekspres - Pattimura University (Unpatti) Ambon in collaboration with the Mercy Corps Indonesia Foundation (YMCI) develops solar technology in Maluku area.
NZMATES (New Zealand - Maluku Access to Renewable Energy Support) conducted a workshop on ‘Solar mini-grids: Good practices and experiences from Maluku’ as part of Indonesia’s most important annual renewable energy conference, IndoEBTKE
The NZMATES team carry out technical assessments and community survey on a solar mini-grid in Tahalupu Village and a micro hydro power plant in Tihu Village
NZMATES conducted technical and community surveys on a solar mini-grid in Tahalupu Village and a micro-hydro power plant in Tihu Village, West Seram, Maluku on October 7-10, 2019.
Siwalimanews.com - The people in the remote area have difficulty getting electricity so far, but after the government of Maluku Province cooperated with the New Zealand government in the field of renewable energy, the pe
NZMATES' 2nd Technical Committee (TC) meeting was held on 1 October 2019 in Ambon, facilitated by Regional Planning Development Agency (BAPPEDA) of Maluku Province.
NZMATES Programme (represented by Yayasan Mercy Corps Indonesia) and Ambon State Polytechnic have signed an MOU regarding cooperation for supporting renewable energy capacities in Maluku Province.
Keith Scoles, Engineering Manager of Infratec Ltd., held a training workshop for students of Ambon State Polytechnic’s Electrical and Mechanical Engineering programmes on July 18, 2019.