Schneider Electric Hands Over Solar Inverter to Sriwijaya University
Schneider Electric, a digital transformation leader in energy management and automation, officially handed over the assistance of the CL36 Solar Inverter with a capacity of 36 kWp to the Department of Electrical Engineering, Sriwijaya University. The handover of the Solar Inverter equipment is part of Schneider Electric's initiative in supporting the development of sustainable energy in Indonesia through the transfer of knowledge and technology for the development of ready-to-work human resources.
This solar inverter assistance from Schneider Electric will be used to develop research and development of Solar Power Plants (PLTS) at Sriwijaya University (Unsri) which will be facilitated by the Electrical Engineering Alumni Association (IATE). The handover ceremony was represented by Surya Fitri, Business Vice President of Power Systems, Schneider Electric Indonesia & Timor Leste, to Prof. Dr. Ir. H. Joni Arliansyah, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Sriwijaya University, and witnessed by Prof. Ir. Zainuddin Mawawi MM pHD IPU, Vice Chancellor Sriwijaya University, and also Mr. Ir. Bob Saril M. Eng. Sc., IPU, Head of IATE Sriwijaya University.
Surya Fitri, Business Vice President of Power Systems, Schneider Electric Indonesia & Timor Leste said, "Electrification combined with digitization and the use of clean energy from renewable energy sources or known as Electricity 4.0 is the fastest solution in realizing a more sustainable future. To achieve this, of course, an adequate combination of human and technological resources is required.
We are happy to hand over the assistance of the CL36 Solar Inverter equipment with a capacity of 36kWp to the Department of Electrical Engineering Unsri. Research and innovation are very important things and we are happy to be able to support the development of PV mini-grid research for students in universities. We hope that with the help of this tool there will be more research done in the field of renewable energy and generate even more innovations to accelerate sustainable progress in this area."Back