Residents of West Java Solar Lights Can Help

August 24, 2013 | 10:23 pm
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Translated to English by Google-translate.

JAKARTA, – PT Indonesia Energizer donated 1,200 solar LED lights to 6 villages in West Java to help areas that are still experiencing power limitations. This is a global commitment to the community, which at the same time pays attention to the isolated availability of electricity.

Manufacturing Director PT Energizer Indonesia Viky T Mahmud said, in the early stages, 300 light given to the village of Suka Bakti Tambelang, Bekasi. While 4 other villages, namely Desa Suka Wijaya, Desa Suka Maju, Desa Suka Rahayu, Desa Jaya Sukarapi and Coat village. Total to be awarded 1,200 solar LED lights, which can be enjoyed its use for 4,800 residents.

According to him, this plan is a real positive contribution and assistance in the form of alternative lighting solutions that are safe and healthy rural communities in several cities in Indonesia.
“The availability of electricity to vital human needs in daily life. To that end, we want to help people especially in the rural. In this way the lighting in houses of Keburuhan night can be met,” said Vicky, Friday (23/8).

Solar Light Power Distribution Program is one of the CSR program undertaken by the company batteries & Personal Care Products Worldwide Energizer Holdings Inc., to help people who have limited power in several countries in cooperation with nonprofit One Million Lights (OML).
In helping the program ‘Solar Light Power Distribution’, PT Energizer Indonesia took OML and nonprofits Indonesia Indonesian Forum for the Environment (WALHI) with a real contribution to provide assistance to the people of rural Indonesia, which begins near the area which is located on the outskirts of the capital Jakarta still has limited power.

OML representatives responded positively to Sierra Fan this program to reach remote communities. By providing solar LED lights will surely help the community.

He hoped that this program directly reduces the risks that may be experienced by rural communities resulting from the use of oil lamps while preserving the environment from the dangers of carbon emissions and provide light support safe and healthy.

The Director of Jakarta WALHI Ubaidullah added that he is very concerned about the environment, and wishes to support the commitment shown by PT. Energizer Indonesia through the program ‘Solar Light Power Distribution’.

“We appreciate the concern shown by PT. Energizer Indonesia than to help the lighting needs of rural communities as well as educate on the use of lights for safety and health.” he said.
( Mahendra Bungalan / CN31 / SMNetwork )