Our solar energy systems can transform educational institutions into green campuses, as well as becoming a renewable energy research center, in addition to saving monthly fees.
WIKA and SUN Energy constructed one of the largest solar energy system laboratories in Indonesia on a one-hectare plot.
ITN Malang has successfully operated a 501.3 kWp ground-mounted solar energy system in a half-hectare area since July.
Politeknik Negeri Bengkalis is committed to producing environmentally conscious graduates, as demonstrated by its recent installation of solar energy system on campus.
Collaborating with the UNESCO Batur Global Geopark Tourism Management, SUN Energy installed solar-powered Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis (BWRO) in the Lake Batur area, Bali.
SMKN 2 Surakarta has installed a solar energy system, taking a significant step towards becoming a green school.
SMKN 6 Surakarta is reducing their carbon footprint by using solar energy. The installed solar energy system is helping to cut 6 tons of CO2 emissions per year.
The first and largest campus-scale solar energy system in North Sumatra has been installed with a capacity of 618.8 kWp.
SUN Energy has completed the installation of its third education institutions in North Sumatra, precisely at HKBP University Pematangsiantar.
Diponegoro University Vocational School (SV UNDIP) has taken practical steps to achieve 'Green Building' certification by installing a solar energy system.
At the Del Institute of Technology in North Sumatra, the campus environment's comfort and safety during the night are ensured through the installation of 52 solar-powered streetlights.
Tanjungpura University aims to lead in utilizing renewable energy, installing a 1.5 MWp ground-mounted solar system—the largest in education sector.