goodmorningpapua.com – A Regent of Teluk Wondama, Hendrik S Mambor, held an audience with PT PLN Manokwari Customer Service Implementation Unit (UP3), Tuesday, August 24, 2021.
This hearing intends to build synergy in regional development and electricity in Wondama Bay. There were three important points that were conveyed by the Manager of PLN UP3 Manokwari, Roberth Rumsaur in the meeting.
First, regarding the electricity cooperation agreement for the implementation of a joint inventory of regional government assets that will be handed over to operate to PLN. Second, the relinquishment of traditiont and land grants to PLN.
For example, new and existing lisdes lands are spread out from Ambuar, Dusner/Mandarisi, Karuan, Nanimori, Nordiwar, Reyob, Teluk Duairi, Soug Wepu/Soug Jaya, Naikere, Yembekiri I Rumberpon and Watitindao.
Lastly, regarding the circular of the Wondama Bay Government concerning with the distance between plants and the electricity network and the community giving up their trees if they interfere with the PLN electricity network.
Roberth recorded around 7,451 customers in the Wondama Bay area. However, there is a need for security and maintenance of existing units to support reliable electricity services to the smallest regional customers.
“We will have plans to build new networks in several places, but we are still constrained by the availability of human resources,” said Roberth Rumsaur in a press release received by goodmorningpapua.com, Tuesday, August 24, 2021.
He hopes that the synergy with the Wondama Bay Regional Government can continually develop by providing manpower from the Regional Government for operators in the lisdes. “We are sure that we can solve all of this together, we need a coordination and synergy with the Wondama Bay Regional Government,” said Rumsaur.
Meanwhile, the Regent of Wondama Bay, Hendrik S. Mambor expressed his gratitude for the collaboration of PLN for the electricity problem that Wondama Bay has faced for a long time.
“We are grateful to PLN, so far our synergy has been going well. We hope that soon we can hold another joint meeting to discuss in more detail together so that the points conveyed by PLN can be resolved as soon as possible,” he said.
The Regent also asked for PLN’s support in the Wondama Bay development plan in strategic programs with the Central Government.
“Electricity is very important in the success of government programs, such as airport development, internet access development which of course requires joint coordination between PLN and us,” said Mambor.