We highly value all of our partners to serve the customers with complete and thorough solutions in order to achieve the best customer experience.
Beside partnering up with the most advanced technology providers, we also empower regional human resources to become our representatives, we also certify anyone who are entitled to participate in the solar energy development through our Solar Ranger Program.
ATW & Solar Chapter
This collaboration consists of ATW and Solar Chapter, which consist of top university students from all over the world (US, Australia, etc). The goal of this project is to support people in rural areas in Indonesia who lack access to daily water supply. In this case, we install some water pumps in remote areas in East Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara Timur), so the villagers would have access to sustainable clean water generated by solar pump.
Water for Biau
709 villagers have to walk 3 hours a day to fulfill their needs with water, not to mention the required energy to lift the water gallon for 3 km. For this project, we installed around 13 kWp system to power 9 kW solar submersible pump with a reservoir to be able to supply 120,000 L of clean water per day.
Water for Nibaaf
In this project, we have helped 865 villagers to obtain direct access to clean water in their village. Usually, it took them 2 km or 2 hours of walking every single day just to get clean water. We built a 6.5 kWp system to power a 4 kW solar submersible pump with a reservoir to be able to supply 36,000 L of clean water per day.
Corporate Based CSR
These collaborations consist of ATW and national & multinational corporates.
Solar Energy for School in Karawang with Kalbe
As a leader in pharmaceutical industries in South East Asia, Kalbe has a commitment to support Indonesian people who are in need. In this project, ATW and Kalbe implemented a solar energy system to provide electricity for a school in Karawang.
Helping Healthcare Clinic with Bosch
With advanced technologies, Bosch and ATW collaborated to build an off-grid solar energy system in a healthcare clinic that lacked access to electricity in Nimasi, NTT. This project is set to be an example to solve electricity problem for crucial facilities in rural areas.