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Indonesia’s Companies Supports Gerakan Nasional Sejuta Surya Atap

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Supporting Gerakan Nasional Sejuta Surya Atap (GNSSA) to reduce CO2 emissions by commercial and industrial sectors, Indonesia’s leading companies have installed rooftop solar panel system facilitated by Xurya – a local solar panel developer and provider startup based in Indonesia. The participating companies are Bika Living, PT Bukit Jaya Semesta, Ciputra World 2 Jakarta, Dermaster, Grand Hyatt, PT Himawan Putra, Indonesia Utama Mineral, PT Mandala Multinvest Capital, PT Mega Manunggal Property Tbk, PT Monde Mahkota Biskuit, PT Mulia Bosco Sejahtera, Plaza Indonesia Realty Tbk, Tokopedia and Wisma 77.

Xurya is a local startup energy company specializing in solar energy utilization. Established in 2018, Xurya focuses on providing, operating and maintaining rooftop solar energy installation in Indonesia. To encourage the use of solar energy potential, Xurya introduced Xurya Lease – “Saving While Trying”, – a scheme in which prospective users of the rooftop solar energy system are given the option to be exempted from the obligation to pay for the upfront cost. If the rooftop solar system is appropriately calculated, installed and operated, this system may help business and industries to save up to 30% of its electricity. Users can experience the system’s efficiency within the first month. Through Xurya Lease scheme, Xurya aim to assist the Indonesian government in installing a million rooftop solar panels.

GNSSA itself targets an increase in the Renewable Energy mix, from 5% in 2015 to 23% by 2025, by encouraging and accelerating the construction of rooftop solar power systems in housing, public facilities, commercial and government office buildings, and industrial complexes. It was declared on 13 September 2017 by the Directorate General of EBTKE of Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Directorate General of ILMATE, Ministry of Industry, Masyarakat Energi Terbarukan and the founder of GNSSA, namely Asosiasi Energi Surya Indonesia (AESI) and non-government institution IESR (Institute of Essential Service Reform).

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