Waiting for the Wind and Solar Power
Monday, 25 July 2022
Indonesia will have large-scale solar and wind power plants. Their cost could be lower compared to coal-fueled electricity.
LAONDING’s cornfield is only 50 meters away from the wind farm owned by Sidrap Wind Power Plant (PLTB). There are 30 wind turbines, each 80-meter tall and connected together by a rocky path along the hills in Watang Pulu subdistrict, Sidenreng Rappang (Sidrap) Regency, South Sulawesi. Every day, Laonding (34) ride his motorcycle through the two-meter wide rocky path from his house to his plantation, around one kilometer away.
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