PT Adhi Persada Properti (APP), a subsidiary of PT Adhi Karya (Persero) Tbk (ADHI), has built Public Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (SPKLU) in several property areas developed by APP, in collaboration with PT Exelly Elektrik Indonesia (Voltron).

APP President Director Harry Wibowo said the cooperation between APP and Voltron was APP's real contribution in supporting the government's program regarding reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. One of them is the development of electric-based vehicles. The government has also targeted a reduction in GRK emissions by 29 percent independently and 41 percent with international assistance by 2030.

"Hopefully, the efforts made by APP will not be able to accelerate the fulfillment of the government's targets, of course, it can also improve the electric vehicle ecosystem in Indonesia," he said in a written statement, Thursday, April 18.

He added, with this collaboration, APP will provide convenience for consumers in getting electricity needs, especially for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging. With the SPKLU in these APP projects, it is hoped that it can serve the residents of the APP apartment residential area and the general audience around it.

Meanwhile, Abdul Rahman Elly, President Director of PT Exelly Elektrik Indonesia (Voltron), conveyed that the cooperation between Voltron and PT Adhi Persada Properti (APP) will certainly have a positive and significant impact on the development of the Battery-Based Electric Motor Vehicle (KBLBB) ecosystem in Indonesia.

"Voltron is committed to installing the Voltron SPKLU in all APP properties, so Voltron is part of supporting the APP program in achieving more environmentally friendly energy," he explained.

So far, Indonesia's Voltrons have operated more than 280 charging stations in Jabodetabek, Bandung, Surabaya, Medan, Samarinda, Makassar, Yogyakarta, Semarang. The company is targeting to develop up to 1,500 stations by 2024. The absorption power coverage from AC22kW, DC30kW, DC60kW, DC100kW, to DC200kW.

Regarding electric-based vehicles, this vehicle is believed to be able to reduce greenhouse emissions. This can be seen from the carbon gas emissions from electric cars of usually only 0-5 grams per kilometer, while conventional oil-based cars reach 125 grams per kilometer. The number of electric vehicle users in Indonesia also continues to increase.

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