Government institutions and related Organizations are collaborating side by side to work on a project that will help in the regaining of the Indonesian virus hidden economy by mounting solar panels on the roof of the individuals in the country. The project involves connecting solar panels with a total capacity of 1 gigawatt of the maximum power GWp annually for many individuals; most importantly, the households considered to be deficient in the nation for many years of up to a maximum of 5 years. Some of the local companies and institutes which offer essential services result in the development of a strategy. Consequently, the move will result in numerous employment opportunities of approximately 22,000 that are related to the installing of solar panels that would even assist government institutions good money in electricity bills.
Reducing the prices is of a present help for the Indonesian stakeholders in the government sectors. In the stated project, the executive director Fabby Tumiwa pushed to ensure the completion and effectiveness of the plan. Additionally, Fabby seems to appear on the board of the Solar Energy Association (AESI), highlighting that a lot of work remains undone. The proposal would include the aspect of teaching fresh solar panel engineers by a program supported by the Indonesian government. However, the analysis revealed that Indonesia is facing the challenge of a little workforce when it comes to the number of individuals who are efficient at installing solar panels annually.
The director explained that the activities would officially begin with a 100-200 megawatt (MW) in some parts of the country, the year of conception. The reason for the power surge was attributed to the efficient supply of electricity. International energy experts are asking the government institutions to come on board and invest in agricultural technology as the nations have started to distribute a lot of dollars in the COVID-19 pandemic season. The experts have mentioned that this kind of money can help significantly to boost the growth and also to open up opportunities for jobs to the individuals seeking an occupation. The COVID-19 pandemic season can be used to check to analyze if the world will be able to achieve or miss on the aims of the Paris covenant 2015. With the progress, the Indonesian government and stakeholders have budgeted over 695 trillion for funds to cater for the care of its citizens in every sector.