More Indonesian companies installing rooftop solar panels

Rooftop solar panels being installed at a factory of Indonesia’s major apparel producer Pan Brothers in Boyolali regency, Central Java. PHOTO: COURTESY OF PAN BROTHERS
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JAKARTA - More Indonesian companies such as apparel manufacturer Pan Brothers are banking on the sun in their march towards sustainability.

In January, three factories of Pan Brothers in Boyolali regency, Central Java, began operating rooftop solar panels that can generate 1,800 kilowatt peak (kwp), the rate at which they generate energy at peak performance such as on a sunny day in the afternoon.

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