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2017/07/28

SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM FOR IRRIGATION SYSTEM


DEVELOPMENT IN INDONESIA
INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION PROGRAM
BY KASDI DARIN F

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BACKGROUND
• Irrigation is one of the critical factor determining food and
agricultural production
• There is 62.5 million hectares of agricultural land in
Indonesia consist of 8.1 million hectares of rice field and
54.4 hectares of dry land (Center of Statistic Agency, 2014)
• Among the 8.1 million hectares of rice field, about 4.1
hectares are irrigated rice
• For increasing food and agricultural production, there will
be very urgent to expand irrigation areas
• The irrigation systems that have been developed include
furrow, sprinkler, drip irrigation systems using gravity and
pumping from surface and groundwater
• The use of solar cells power system for irrigation purposes
is still very limited
• Collaboration project on the use of solar energy for
irrigation need to be developed
OBJECTIVES
To expand the effective and efficient irrigation system using solar energy for food
01 and agriculture production in Indonesia

To develop a local specific solar energy system for increasing food and
02 agricultural products production

To encourage local farmers for using solar energy for their irrigation system
03
To establish good relations between Japan and Indonesia and to increase
04 potential market for selling technologies

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

An i nt e rnat i onal c ol l aborat i on


p ro g ram be t we e n I ndone si a and
Jap an. S p e c i fi c al l y e ng ag i ng M i ni st r y
of Ag ri c u l t u re i n I ndone si a and som e
t e c hnol o g y e xp e r t s from Jap an. T hi s
p roje c t will be c ondu c t e d f or 5 ye ars
l ong st ar t from 2017 i n i rri g at e d and
non i rri g at e d ag ri c u l t u ral are as i n
I ndone si a. I t wi l l be c onsi st of 3
p hase s, t he re are p hase I , I I , and I I I .
COLLABORATION
RESPONSIBILITY

Indonesia will be responsible to:

Baseline the data of potential developed


irrigation areas for food and agriculture,
existing used of solar energy for irrigation,
local project team, cost sharing.

Japan will be responsible to:


Technology transfer of solar energy for
irrigation, project experts, capacity building,
cost sharing.
PROGRAM ACITIVITIES AND FUNDING
• Phase I : US$ 150.000
 Survey and mapping areas for potential solar energy development
 Focus Group Discussion/FGD
 Rapid Rural Appraisal/RRA
 Solar energy (SE) irrigation system design
• Phase II : US$ 600.000
 Capacity building
 Pilot project of solar energy (SE) irrigation system
 Scalling up of solar energy (SE) irrigation system
• Phase III : US$ 100.000
 Project Evaluation: impact of solar energy (SE) irrigation system on food and agriculture
production and farmers income
 Workshop/seminar
 Exit strategy (preparing documents to the project sustainability)
 Reporting

TOTAL : US$ 850.000


PROJECT LOCATIONS

South Sulawesi
East Java (Irrigated areas)
(Non Irrigated areas)

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5 YEAR ROAD MAP

Project Evaluation Preparation evaluation


Midterm Review
Impact of SE Irrg

Food and Agriculture product record

Replication of SE irrigation system

Project Implementation Scalling up of SE irrigation system

Pilot project of SE irrigation system

Capacity building Capacity building Capacity building

SE irrg. System design

Project Preparation FGD/RRA

Survey and mapping

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

Phase I Phase II Phase III

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