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sábado, febrero 4, 2023

Indonesian school powered by stand-alone P.V. power package from Panasonic

Panasonic installed the “Power Supply Container” at the National Elementary School Karimunjawa 01 in Karimunjawa Island, Jepara District, Central Jawa Provice, Indonesia.

An elementary school in Karimunjawa Island, Indonesia is getting its power from a new stand-alone photovoltaic power package developed by the Panasonic Corporation.

Panasonic installed the “Power Supply Container” at the National Elementary School Karimunjawa 01 in Karimunjawa Island, Jepara District, Central Jawa Provice, Indonesia.

Karimunjawa is an area where diesel generators are the only means to get electricity at night. During the daytime, the generators are stopped and the villagers usually make do with no power. This can interfere with daytime administrative and commercial activities and with the education of the areas children.

Project partner Koperasi Pundih Artah, which received a Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security, Panasonic and an Indonesian NGO, the Institute of Business and Economic Democracy Foundation, sought to improve the educational environment of the school by providing them with a clean power source.

During school hours, the Power Supply Container provides power that allows children to use LED light fixtures, ceiling fans and audiovisual educational materials on PCs or TVs. When school is out, power generated is then sold to nearby areas.

The Power Supply container is equipped with twelve solar modules and can generate approximately 3 kilowatts of electricity. It can also provide stored power from 24 built-in lead-acid storage batteries (17.2 kilowatt hours as total)

The Power Supply Container was installed under the cooperation of Jepara District and the Embassy of Japan in Indonesia.

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