PLN to seal 3,000 MW power-purchase deal by first half

State-owned electricity firm PLN is aiming to wrap up negotiations with a number of private power plant developers and sign power purchase agreements (PPA) amounting to 3,000 megawatts (MW) by the end of next month.

“We have signed [agreements for] 1,000 MW and are expecting to see an additional 2,000 MW by the end of the first half,” PLN director for procurement and primary energy Amin Subekti said.

Earlier this month, PLN signed a number of power purchase agreements with private power plant developers, including a 50 MW wind power plant in Samas, Yogyakarta; a 2X50 MW Kendari-3 coal-fired power plant in Southeast Sulawesi; a 2×125 MW Jeneponto expansion power plant in South Sulawesi; and a 2×45 MW Malea power plant in South Sulawesi.

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Posted May 31, 2015 by repit in News

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