Mataram, NTB – Lombok Sumbawa Creative Economy exhibition in 2015 was held for the first time in Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara. The exhibition is held in a series of Lombok Sumbawa Cultural Month in 2015 (18 August to 16 September 2015). Culture and Tourism Department of West Nusa Tenggara act as organizers of the exhibition of products of the tourism industry and creative economy Lombok Sumbawa.
This activity was held at Jalan Weaving, Cakranegara Mataram 19-24 August 2015 starting at 16:00 until 22:00 pm. A total of 60 participants from all industry players and local government agencies throughout the West Nusa Tenggara follow the exhibition. The exhibition was opened in conjunction with the Week Weaving Lombok Sumbawa with the aim to increase the passion of the weaving industry and creative economy in NTB that can improve people’s lives on the island of Lombok and Sumbawa.
PT Jayacipta Alamsemesta (Jatas) along with the official distributor for the region of NTB, PT Mitra Cipta Global participated in this exhibition with displays examples of direct application Solar Power Plant (PLTS). Building area of 4 x 4 meters with a roof BIPV 6 x 6 meter capable of generating electricity by 5,000 Wp used for household appliances (TV, air conditioning, washing machines, refrigerators, water pumps, etc.) installed in the building. In addition, Jatas also install and showcase 10,000 Wp PV installations with 6 sets of solar panels serukuran 2 x 6 meter for electricity for the electricity used at the exhibition site. For street lighting around the exhibition site, Jatas also install at least 5 street lighting (PJU) with various power ranging from 50W, 80W and 100W. The largest, Jatas installed with the installation of the pole PJU 5 lights with power 100W respectively each lamp.
By watching this PLTS application examples, visitors can see and feel the direct benefits of solar energy for household electricity needs. Present in this exhibition witness directly PLTS including West Nusa Tenggara Governor, Dr. TGKH M. Zainul Majdi, MA. besera Hj. Erica Lucyfara Zainul Majdi, the Head of Department in the NTB province, some legislators NTB and cities / counties in the province, religious leaders, leaders of the boarding school, hotel business leaders and the general public who want to know the real benefits of solar energy to electricity needs.
Solar energy is a renewable energy that will never run out and can be harnessed into electricity for all the needs of both the domestic, industrial, office, warehouse and hospitality. This exhibition is targeted to introduce yamg technology is still relatively new in Indonesia, particularly in West Nusa Tenggara. In addition, the exhibition is expected to be a meeting place for the creative economy industry players such as artisans weaving, travel agencies, hospitality and traditional food industry of West Nusa Tenggara. With the PLTS is expected to become an alternative energy solution to meet the electricity demand in West Nusa Tenggara.