SUN Energy has launched an IoT-Based Integrated Solar Energy System Performance Monitoring Room

  1. SUN Energy Tech Space is a facility owned by SUN Energy to monitor the performance of solar energy systems in more than 30 cities and 2 countries.
  2. This IoT-based facility utilizes internet connectivity that is connected to the solar energy system to obtain real-time data on the performance of solar energy systems in all locations.

Jakarta, 14 July 2022 – The transition to a low-carbon future can be realized by accelerating the use of clean energy in various sectors. The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) of the Republic of Indonesia noted that of the 587 GW of new and renewable energy generating capacity (EBT), more than 60% comes from solar energy which will play a very important role in national electricity supply. As of the beginning of the second quarter of 2022, PLN noted that there were more than 5,000 PLN consumers who used the Solar Power Generation (PLTS) system.

As one of the future alternative energy sources, research to develop solar energy technology continues to be carried out in order to provide lower costs so that they can be more affordable by the wider community. Seeing the potential of solar energy and its increasing absorption, SUN Energy continues to consistently offer innovations to its customers. Since its establishment in 2016, until now the SUN Energy portfolio has spread in more than 25 cities in Indonesia and has pocketed projects of 280 MWp in 3 countries.

Committed to providing technology-based integrated services, on Thursday (14/07) SUN Energy launched an Internet of Thing (IoT)-based integrated solar energy system performance monitoring room called SUN Energy Tech Space. “In this room, SUN Energy’s team of experts can monitor and control the performance of our PV mini-grid systems spread throughout Indonesia to Thailand. The installed device system is able to identify, inform, and diagnose problems so that the operation and maintenance of solar energy systems at customer locations can be monitored in real-time 24/7,” said Philip Lee as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SUN Energy. Supported by Huawei, the device features at SUN Energy Tech Space prioritize proactive safety aspects, providing experiences in technology development with connectivity (IoT), cloud services, and artificial intelligence (AI) so that the PV mini-grid system can be monitored anywhere and anytime.

“We are very optimistic that in the future the solar power system will become the energy of the future used by users from the household, social, commercial and industrial sectors. Through technological developments, the solar power system will feel very close to its users. We are also open to the public who want to learn about the PV mini-grid system to visit SUN Energy Tech Space and discuss how SUN Energy can help realize a low-carbon future through the use of PV mini-grid,” concluded Dion Jefferson as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of SUN Energy. The presence of SUN Energy Tech Space is expected to provide added value for customers to easily implement sustainable principles in order to achieve higher efficiency. With a vision to make solar power systems part of the energy of the future, SUN Energy will continue to innovate to provide world-class service and product standards.

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