Greenhouses Will Be Built in Bintan, Increase PAD from the Tourism Sector
The Regent of Bintan, Apri Sujadi said, an increase in the tourism investment sector in Bintan must be supported. See the details.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The Regency Government (Pemkab) of Bintan continues to improve its investment sector.
One of them is an increase in the investment sector in tourism.
"Because, it will be accompanied by an increase in Regional Original Revenue (PAD) as well as an increase in the source of the Bintan Regency Regional Budget," he said, Tuesday (01/14/2020).
While attending the Signing of the Greenhouse Development Agreement (Gallant Obayashi Green Agritech Park) by Obayashi Corporation in Jakarta on Tuesday, he said that until now the tourism sector has contributed nearly 51% to the PAD of Bintan Regency.
Apri also said, that since 2015 PAD Bintan has continued to increase.
In 2015, PAD Bintan reached Rp 176 billion, then in 2016 it reached Rp 184 billion, in 2017 it increased and reached Rp 225 billion, in 2018 it reached Rp 240 billion.
Apri also said that Mr. Eugene Park, Executive Director and Chief Executive of Gallant Venture, which has partnered with Obayashi Corporation, one of the largest general contractors in Japan, will conduct a greenhouse trial focusing on technologically advanced eco-tourism on the island of Bintan.
Agritech Park will later offer visitors the opportunity to learn innovative solutions that are in line with Gallant Venture's sustainability mission.
Where solar panels will also be installed at Gallant Obayashi Green Agritech Park to support daytime energy consumption from greenhouses. (tribunbatam.id/alfandi simamora)
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