Project Objectives and Constraints

Telekomsel Indonesia operates a large number of base transceiver stations throughout Indonesia. The cost of the power consumption of these stations is significant as many units are off-grid. TI sought a lower cost and more reliable solution.

100units

leased

25TPH

Process Steam

4000RT

Cooling Capacity

Solution Overview

Cyclect, together with its partners designed and build a certified smart hybrid power system for their identified BTS. The system includes:

Diesel gensets coupled with lithium batteries. An integrated power management system and remote monitoring and control system allows our management teams to remotely manage the systems.

Key Success Factors

  • Management: detailed and careful planning, coordination and task execution by an organized and experienced project management team to complete the project on time and safely. Regular meetings were conducted to ensure safe and acceptable execution methods, schedules, quality issue. Appropriate response and action were carried out for issues discussed. This ensured the project was always on the right track.
  • Methodology: reviewed all methods for approaching the work for the efficient and cost effective methodology. Work sequence was planned according to factors in all site constraints to achieve smooth site operation. Specialized machinery and equipment were deployed to help increase productivity of site operation.
  • Manpower: Competent, experienced and skillful manpower were engaged for this project. Each job was assigned to an appropriately skilled personnel, which minimized mistakes and ensured workmanship quality. This project was executed with longer working hours including weekends.

Outcome

The successful fabrication, installation and commissioning of 100 units of our Smart Hybrid BTS Power Systems has resulted in massive logistics and fuel savings for the owner.

About P.T. Telekomunikasi Indonesia

P.T. Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk is the largest telecommunications services company in Indonesia. Telkom is a semi-privatised, majority state-owned company listed on multiple exchanges.