Sunday, November 27, 2016

Wind For Potential Renewable Energy Sources When Crisis of Petroleum and Coal Start to Strikes

Wind For Potential Renewable Energy Sources When Crisis of Petroleum and Coal Start to StrikesElectricity into energy which is so necessary currently because close on all people wants electricity as the basic supply. Electronic appliances installed in every corner of the room began lamps, televisions, refrigerators, microwaves, stoves, computers, and many more.



With these facts, would make the government more intensively searching the resources as a producer and a power plant. Since that we still using conventional process to presently just wants to be controlled because the automation system have been applied.



Even so, the exploitation that we did to this energy realize or not make any availability of the resources eroded. Moreover, non-renewable resources like petroleum and coal.

Because that, have been done a research to seek the new potentional resources which is have an infinity supply. On that ground, the wind became one of the great selection. Because in addition to its renewable, wind also has a supply that is rated not be discharged even chronic use.



UPC Renewables Group is one the world's leading companies who realized the potential of wind as a renewable resource. UPC has been a developer of new and renewable energy projects that case-hardened over the last 20 years which the project spread across the world, including Indonesia.



UPC's success in developing the renewable energy market is evidenced by the establishing of construction of 2000 MW of wind and solar energy projects and 5,000 MW of projects under development.

Working together with local partner PT Binatek Energi Terbarukan, UPC Renewables under the leadership of Brian Caffyn develop wind energy potential of 1000 MW by using the latest wind turbine technology.



On August 19th, UPC executed a PPA with PLN for the Sidrap 70MW Wind Farm in Sidrap, South Sulawesi and UPC has started establishment and taking action in 2017. UPC also has a PPA for its 50MW Project in Bantul, Yogyakarta Province.



In addition to these two projects, the company co-founded by Brian Caffyn will also begin to realize the development of the largest wind power plant in southeast Asia, that will be located in Sukabumi, West Java. #BrianCaffyn #UPCRenewables

No comments:

Post a Comment