Udayana University Signs MoU with Hokuriku Electrical Construction Co.,LTD and PT Awina Sinergi International
Udayana University (Unud) collaborated with Hokuriku Electrical Construction Co., LTD and PT Awina Sinergi International which was marked by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the Language Room of the Rectorate Building, Jimbaran Campus, Monday (5/12/2022). This activity was attended by the Vice Rector for Planning, Cooperation and Information representing the Rector of Udayana University, Dean and Vice Dean I along with the Faculty of Engineering Administration Coordinator, President Director of Hokuriku Electrical Construction Co., Ltd, Representatives of PT Awina Sinergi International, representatives of AAI Co., Ltd , PT AGRA and Coordinator of Cooperation and Public Relations of Udayana University.
Vice Rector Prof. I Putu Gede Adiatmika in his speech gave a glimpse of the profile of Udayana University and plans to develop a green campus. Furthermore, the Vice Rector said that his party sees the presence of Kokuriku Electrical Construction in the framework of renewable energy cooperation as very important. The Vice Rector has heard the report from the Dean of FT, where the collaboration that will be built is in the field of renewable energy research in collaboration with PT Awina Sinergi International and PT AGRA. Therefore, he hopes that this collaboration can be followed up in real activities so that it can support renewable energy research at Unud. The Vice Rector also hopes that what has been planned can be carried out properly.
President Director of Hokuriku Electrical Construction Co., Ltd. YANO Shigeru conveyed the aim to Unud in the framework of a joint research collaboration between PT Awina and Unud for the theme of renewable energy research and his party is looking forward to this. Hokuriku itself was founded 78 years ago and currently has as many as 1300 workers with the main field of electrical construction but will also develop new businesses for other construction related to renewable energy. In Japan there is a Carbon Neutral target by 2050, and the spirit is not only to support the carbon neutral target in Japan but also to be able to support carbon neutral in Indonesia. The hope is that long-term cooperation can be carried out and through signing it can run smoothly and according to what was planned together.
Representative of PT Awina Sinergi International Siti Badriyah added that PT Awina Sinergi International bridged academics with the private sector both from within the country and abroad. It is hoped that the pilot of renewable energy can become a solution in the future to achieve the application of solar energy in Indonesia. The challenge is long-term roof strength and his party will collaborate with the Faculty of Engineering of Udayana University to conduct research in the hope of accelerating rooftop solar power in Indonesia.