Q & A
“Is it worth it to install solar?
Electricity prices are volatile and tend to increase every year due to rising fuel prices (oil, gas, and coal) caused by depleting supplies and higher demand around the world.
Furthermore, electricity consumption continues to grow.
It is important to consider the emissions caused by fossil-based power generation as well.”
“So, ‘how much money will I save with solar?'” The simple answer is that going solar could reduce your monthly energy bills by 30% to 60%, and in some cases, wipe out your power bill altogether
Due to the equatorial position of Indonesia, the solar irradiance is evenly distributed over the year. The daily average GHI varies from 4.3 to 6 kWh/m2.
Indonesia’s GHI map The daily average solar irradiation for 34 cities located on the five regions. The monthly averages of daily values of GHI in the ten years period 2010-2019 are compared for Sumatera (10 cities), Kalimantan (5 cities), Sulawesi (6 cities), Java-Bali-Nusa Tenggara (9 cities), and Maluku-Papua (4 cities).