CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)

The Company has helped provide clean energy access through sustainable off-grid solar energy for public facilities such as schools, mosques, and clinics in rural Indonesia.

EMI has contributed to the successful electricity supply of Muara Seberang Village, Tanjung Jabung Barat, Jambi. The Company provided solar energy for 7 public facilities; a community health center, school, village head’s office, and mosque that benefited more than 1,000 people, sustainably improving their quality of life, and was inaugurated in 2021.

This program is a pilot program that will be implemented in other rural areas in Indonesia. The Company aims to support the electrification ratio in rural areas by developing the “1 MWp for 1 village” program. The provision of electricity in rural areas has helped fishermen catch fish at night and allowed children to study without having to worry about lack of light. This initiative enables communities to access new opportunities to escape the impact of poverty, generate income, and improve healthcare and education while protecting the environment.

The Company’s CSR program enables access to clean and potable water from the Holy Lake Batur to 48 temples located in villages in Kintamani, Bali. Going forward, they can get refillable water for free. In addition, the Company has also provided technical training to 53 members of the Batur UNESCO Global Geopark Youth Forum on BWRO and the role of youth in sustainable development, particularly solar power. This program is intended to instill in the next generation the importance of protecting the environment for a sustainable future.

Emissions & Waste Management

In line with the nature of solar panel installations which are renewable energy, the Company’s solar panel installations do not produce significant emissions, waste or effluents.

Almost all of the Company’s installation project sites are located in manufacturing industry locations which have environmental impact analysis studies, the Company has no exposure to biodiversity from flora and fauna in the surrounding environment.

The Company’s waste comes from office operations, such as paper and stationery. The amount of waste is relatively small.

Human & Labor Rights

  1. Support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights
    ● Covid-19: Ensuring the Safety and Welfare of Employees
    ● The Company Supports and Respects the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    ● Employee Appreciation Awards
    ● Company Benefits
    ● Hiring, Training & Development
    ● Anti-Discrimination / Harassment Policy
    ● Accident Prevention
  2. Uphold freedom of association and effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining.
  3. Abolition of all forms of forced and compulsory labor Overtime policy
  4. Effective abolition of child labor
  5. Elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation

Responsibility, Innovation & Product Development

Innovation and development are essential in increasing the efficiency of operational activities and improving processes to reduce economic losses. EMI continues to explore new environmentally friendly power generation technologies. By maximizing expertise; knowledge; and technolgy, the company continues to drive business innovation and development. In addition, the company actively provides internal learning to ensure the readiness and improvement of internal human resources.

EMI continues to conduct research and explore new possibilities in new and life-changing renewable energy, such as advances in solar power, new hydrogen technology, integration of various renewable energy sources. This consistent approach is undertaken to ensure wider distribution of electricity from EBT sources to Indonesian communities and provide support for sustainable development. EMI also continues to support community empowerment towards EBT development.


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