Antaisolar, one of the leading supplier of whole industry chain in PV mounting system, won "Solar Company of the Year: Structure" award at Indonesia Solar Week Conference & Awards 2022 who was held by Solar Quarter, thanks to its excellent product quality, high-quality services, R&D investment, and outstanding achievements in Indonesia.
This seminar will give a comprehensive overview of Indonesia's solar industry. The country is seeing a broader and speedier energy transformation. Business strategies must be flexible, and this event will give business strategists the information they need to make such decisions. It will feature a wide range of informative debates on the business tactics used by pioneers in the rooftop, utility, and floating solar sectors for long-term expansion. The conference will be steered by its narrowly focused agenda sessions and will feature good conversation amongst the top players in the business.
Over 300+ senior decision makers from project developers, solar EPC companies, equipment manufacturers, service/technology providers, and consulting firms from the utility, floating, and rooftop solar segments make up the event's attendance, which is very senior.
By 2030, Indonesia wants to increase its solar power capacity by 4.7 GW. Indonesia aims to add 4.7 GW of solar capacity by 2030 as part of its new Electricity Procurement Plan (RUPTL). From 2021 to 2030, the “greener” RUPTL targets a 51.6% share of renewable energy in capacity additions. The government wants to move away from fossil fuels and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2060. Southeast Asia's largest floating solar power system is currently under construction in Indonesia. As one of the leading supplier for mounting system in Indonesia, Antaisolar is undoubtedly ready to support Indonesia.