Chairman of Indonesia Solar Energy Association (ISEA) and Executive Director of Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR)
Fabby Tumiwa is one of the founders of the Indonesia Solar Energy Association (ISEA) in 2016, then serves as vice Chairman, and since 2021 he has been leading the association as the Chairman. He was on the executive committee on institutional cooperation of the Indonesia Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation Society. Also, Fabby Tumiwa is an energy transition strategist and the Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), an Indonesia think tank in energy policy and environment. IESR advocates for the low carbon energy transition in Indonesia. Fabby has been working on energy policy and regulation for more than 20 years, as well as a practitioner of renewable energy. He advises various Indonesian government agencies, businesses, and NGOs, as well as multilateral development organizations in electricity regulation, renewable energy, and energy efficiency policy and regulation, and climate change policy. From 2006 to 2017, he was a member of the Indonesia negotiator on climate change negotiation. Fabby is a 2007 LEAD Fellow and 2009 Eisenhower Fellow. By 2021, Fabby has been appointed as a member of the Sustainable Advisory Council of GoJek Indonesia and serves as an advisory board member of Indonesia Energy Transition Partnership (ETP). Fabby studied Electronic Engineering at Satya Wacana Christian University.
Senior Policy Analyst at Directorate General of New, Renewable Energy, and Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia
Tony Susandy, S.T, M.BA is a professional in the renewable energy and energy conservation sector. He currently serves as Coordinator of Various New and Renewable Energy Programs, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. He graduated from Master of Energy management in 2009 and is continuing his PhD on Management Science in Decision Making and Strategic Negotiation in 2013 from Institut Teknologi Bandung.
Professor at Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Arno H.M. Smets is Professor in Solar Energy in the Photovoltaics Material and Devices group at the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Delft University of Technology. From 2005-2010 he worked at the Research Center for Photovoltaics at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tsukuba, Japan. His research work is focused on processing of thin silicon films, innovative materials and new concepts for photovoltaic applications. He is lecturer for BSc and MSc courses on Photovoltaics and Sustainable Energy at TU Delft. His online edX course on Solar Energy attracted over 150.000 students worldwide. He is co-author of the book "Solar Energy. The physics and engineering of photovoltaic conversion technologies and systems."
Muhammad Firmansyah completed his undergraduate education from Padjadjaran University in Bandung in 2015 majoring in International Business Management. He then deepened his knowledge in entrepreneurship. Firman began his career at PT. HM. Sampoerna Tbk in 2015. Initially he got a position as a graduate trainee, then as a Consumer Engagement supervisor. In 2016 he gained a position as Area Supervisor for Multitasking. In 2018, he held the position of Area Analysts and later became Area Manager. In the same year he founded his consulting company named PT. Infiniti Energi Indonesia and became President Director. In addition, he also became a commissioner of CV. Tridaya Cavali. He has gone through various training such as the Future Market and Financial Analyst in 2015, Commercial Business in 2017 and Human Resource Development in 2018. He was very interested in developing lithium ion batteries, biomass, industry and financial research and business plan research so he joined the National Battery Research Institute (NBRI) team as a Vice Leader along with Prof. Dr. rer nat Evvy Kartini, Prof. Dr. Alan J. Drew and other NBRI teams.
Adit Tri Wiguno is a PV Consultant of PT. Infiniti Energi Indonesia. He graduated from Prasetiya Mulya University of Business and Economics with a major in Business in 2016. Adit then continued the Level 1 Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) short course at Bina Nusantara University. Adit's early career was as an Industry and Financial Analyst at PT. Noble Capital which started from March 2016 to October 2016. He then continued his work in October 2016 to October 2018 at PT. Bahtera Karimun Sejahtera (Subsidiary of PT. Noble Capital) as Finance. He then continued his work as Corporate Finance at PT. Trimitra Jaya Mineral (Subsidiary of PT. Noble Capital) from October 2018 until now. Adit has gone through various training programs such as How to Find a Super Gain Pearl Stock from the Billy Budiman Course in 2013. In 2015 he did his internship at PT. Dewras Iksasy as Equity Analyst Intern. He then continued his courses at the Sharia Capital Market Schools level 1 and 2 of the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2016. Since the beginning he was very interested in developing lithium ion batteries, biomass, industry and financial research and business plan research so he joined the National Battery Research Institute (NBRI) team as a Finance Director along with Prof. Dr. rer nat Evvy Kartini, Prof. Dr. Alan J. Drew and other NBRI teams.
Senior PV Engineer of PT. Infiniti Energi Indonesia
Dhiko Rosanda, ST. is a Senior PV Engineer of PT. Infiniti Energi Indonesia. He has graduated from Institute Technology of PLN in 2021 with bachelor of Electrical Engineering. He also has completed an Internsip in PT. Wedosolar Indonesia as Junior Design Engineering. He is renewable energy enthusiast with analytic and problem-solving mindset. Dhiko also curious on something new and able to gransp new concepts quickly and strong team collaboration skills. As Senior PV Engineer, he masters various software, such as Helioscope, Autocad, Sketch Up, ETAP, PvSyst, etc.
What you will LEARN.
Solar Energy System Introduction
Introduction to Renewable Energy
Global value chain and challenge of renewable energy
The potency of solar energy
Introduction to solar energy system
Understanding Indonesian Solar PV Policies
Current status of Indonesian Solar PV
Future projection of Solar PV in Indonesia
Challenges of implementing Solar PV policies
The Emerging Solar Energy Technology
The development of solar energy technology
Challenges of implementing solar energy technology
Current state of solar energy technology
Future prospect of solar energy technology
Prospect of Solar PV and business analysis
Prospects and benefits of installing Solar PV
All about smart solar PV installation
The importance of lithium ion batteries on solar system
All about the preparation of solar PV installation
Introduction to solar PV installation component
Choosing the best installation component
Software utilities introduction
How to Design Solar PV
How to read a data sheet of any component used the PV solar system
Data sheet analysis
Understanding Helioscope Software
Introduction to Helioscope
User interface and its function
Sketch Up 101
Introduction to Sketch Up 101
Tools and Shortcuts
Sketch Up Demonstration
What you will GET.
Learning Module from the Experts
International E-Certificate (Recognized by Queen Mary University of London)
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