Electricity is playing important role to give access of the people doing activities. However, with unequal distribution of electricity between western and eastern region part of Indonesia, many people in eastern region such as Tomia island in Southeastern Sulawesi still suffering about limited access to electricity for daily life. This research aims to produce economic and financial feasibility about solar photovoltaic which expected to reduce non – renewable energy usage, to improve global climate and also to increase people welfare. It will use a simulation from economic and financial approach to produce targeted output. The result shows the best scenario for Solar PV installment is by using hybrid system which integrates current fuel-based generator and solar photovoltaic. It will be placed in four rural locations: Kulati; Dete; Lamanggau; and Kahianga-Wawotimu that will be integrated in one area. The number of beneficiaries is about 987 houses. The result also shows a maximum available internal rate of return with positive benefit cost ratio and lower cost of electricity.
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