Started looking for solutions for energy in Indonesia. According to Ikhlas, energy in Indonesia is currently vulnerable to being scarce and expensive because it still does not use renewable energy. Not to mention that the energy currently used is not environmentally friendly.
Ikhlas then conducted quite a long research regarding this matter. Since 2007, Ikhlas and his team have been conducting research on energy. In 2015, he then created a social movement and founded PT Batteries Freeneg Generasi . The results of Ikhlas’s research produced an energy solution for which a patent has now been granted by the International Certificate Testing Technology ( ICTT ).
This 2001 FH UNS student offers pulse-based electrical energy. He created products in the form of stoves and pulse motors. The stove and electric motor are battery-based with a token credit system. Users of these products do not need to look for public electric charging stations to charge the product if the battery runs out. Users only need to top up token credit to start the stove and motorbike.
These two products are the first steps that Ikhlas has taken to realize his dream of building an electricity ecosystem in Indonesia by 2030. The next steps that will be taken by the alumnus who is now the Main Director of PT Pembangkit Freeneg Generasi are technological innovation, manufacturing sovereignty and digitalization of the economic system.
By implementing these three main focuses, Ikhlas hopes that his desire to build an electricity ecosystem in Indonesia will come true. The changes he wanted would also be realized with that.
“I still remember the theory that Mr. Drajat previously conveyed. If we want to make changes there are four conditions, namely values, social movement, heroes and momentum. So, we must adhere to these four conditions if we want to make changes. “I really took note of those requirements at that time and tried to carry them out,” said Ikhlas. UNS Public Relations