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When businesses wonder if solar is right for them, some of their first questions are, “Will solar affect my power quality?” and “Will solar be able to handle my high voltage equipment?”

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Under Net Metering policy electric customers generate their own electricity from a solar photovoltaic (PV) system installed on the roof of the building.


The term solar panel is used to describe two completely different technologies, both of which generate energy from sunlight, and both of which are packaged in the form of panels:


Inverters perform a critical function on any Solar Powered system. They are the heart of the operation, and will be one of the most important pieces of equipment purchased. 

Solar electric panels contain many photovoltaic cells, electrically connected and packaged behind glass for mechanical protection and electrical insulation…


A charge controller, charge regulator or battery regulator limits the rate at which electric current is added to or drawn from electric batteries…

Solar water pumps are for many, a more reasonable source of energy for pumping wells than windmills. While both windmills and solar powered pumps …

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Solar Power Indonesia is not just a phase – it’s an aggressively growing alternative as more and more people realize that they can …

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Before you decide to get a quote for solar panels, there are some important questions you should ask any company you are considering hiring…

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When businesses wonder if solar is right for them, some of their first questions are, “Will solar affect my power quality?”…

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When businesses wonder if solar is right for them, some of their first questions are, “Will solar affect my power quality?” and “Will solar be able to handle my high voltage equipment?”

Wind Energy

Using of wind energy saves you up to 40% funds and produce the same amount of energy

Renewable Energy

It provides with enhanced cost stability driven by reduced exposure to volatile resource pricing.


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What People Say

Solar Power Indonesia have been a great company to use, their customer service is excellent. Everyone has been warm & friendly & explained anything i didn’t understand. We chose solar to save money & become more self sufficient & have been delighted with the results.

Ted Macey Chief Executive Officer

I would recommend anyone interested in renewable energy speak to Solar Power Indonesia – I was concerned about the appearance of solar PV but our panels are smart and discreet and as our heating is electric we now feel more able to use it as needed.

Jane Stewart administrator

I would recommend Solar Power Indonesia as an installer as they are honest and reliable. During the whole process we were kept informed and everything was done as ordered. All work undertaken very efficiently and professionally. I would be very interested in using their service again.

Marta Stewart client

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Mark Johnson client

As the number of mobile users continues to outpace the number of desktop users, it should go without saying that designers, now more than ever, have to design with a mobile-first mentality.

Irene Doe Chief Finance Officer

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Paul Walker client

Frequently Asked Questions


Whether it be Solar Energy, Solar Panels, or Renewable Energy in general, there are always questions to be asked. Here we have attempted to answer as many as possible.

A: Sunlight is made up of small particles of energy called photons. Photovoltaic (PV) systems use semi-conducting materials such as silicon to absorb some of these photons and transfer them to electrons. This process is known as the photoelectric effect and it is the basic physical process by which PV cells convert sunlight to electricity. Special electrical properties of the PV cell – a built-in electric field – provide the voltage needed to drive the current through an external load (such as a light bulb).

A: Energy conversion efficiency is an expression of the amount of energy produced in proportion to the amount of energy consumed, or available to a device. The Sun produces a lot of energy in a wide light spectrum, but we have so far learned to capture only small portions of that spectrum for conversion to electricity using photovoltaics. Today’s commercial PV systems are about 7% to 17% efficient. By comparison, a typical fossil fuel generator has an efficiency of about 28%. However, some experimental PV cells now convert nearly 40% of the energy in sunlight to electricity.

A: For a growing number of users, particularly those who are environmentally aware, renewable energy is the clear choice. Solar provides sustainable energy, operates silently, produces no toxic emissions or greenhouse gases, and causes no hazardous waste. Renewable energy systems generate electricity using the Sun’s free energy, wind, or water, so the ongoing costs are minimal. Moreover, continued R&D means installation costs are gradually being reduced. Some people would rather invest capital on an energy-producing improvement to their property than continually send money to a power company. Others like the security of reducing the amount of electricity they buy from power utilities, because it makes them less vulnerable to power outages and future increases in the price of electricity.

A: Renewable energy can be used to power your entire home’s electrical systems, including lights, cooling systems, and appliances. For example, solar systems today can be blended easily into both traditional and non-traditional homes. The most common practice is to mount modules onto a north-facing roof or wall (in the southern hemisphere). For an additional aesthetic appeal, some modules resemble traditional roof shingles and tiles or can be built right into glass skylights and walls.