south and central kalimantan

South Kalimantan Province

System Conditions

Electricity demand in South Kalimantan Province is supplied by a system of interconnected through a transmission network of 150 kV that is Barito system and several isolated systems, ie systems Batulicin / Pagatan, Sungai Kupang, and Kotabaru.

Of the four systems that supply electricity in the province of South Kalimantan, 3 system (System Batulicin / Pagatan,Sungai  Kupang, and Kotabaru) are in the condition of “surplus”, and one other system (System Interconnection Barito) is in the condition of “deficit”.

Currently the ratio of the electrification of South Kalimantan Province reached 72.29% and the ratio of electrified villages of 99.80%. The PLN waiting list has reached 20,262 requests or for 29.6 MVA.

Balance of Power

Province of South Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan electrical power demands are served by the South and Central Kalimantan electrical system, the power balance of those provinces is represented by the balance of power of South and Central Kalimantan system, where in 2010 through 2012 the system is in deficit conditions and further on of 2013 and 2014 systems are in good condition.

Additional Electricity Infrastructure Plan

Assuming projected population growth in South Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan by 2.4% per year and the economic growth of 6.2%, the growth in electricity demand in the region expected to grow at an average of 9.7% per year.

In an effort to meet the needs of electricity in South Kalimantan Province, it has been planned additional electricity infrastructure from the year 2010-2014 as follows:

• Power plants of 418 MW (about 70 MW is expected to be operational in 2010)

• Transmission power 818 kms

• 390 MVA substation

• new renewable energy program (EBT) and network:

• PLTS 50 WP is spread as much as 32,050 units

• PLTS centered 15 kW 4 units

• PLTMH 850 kW

• distribution Substation of 1,200 units (64 750 kVA)

• Medium Voltage Network 3300 kms

• Low Voltage Network 2720 kms

• 4 units of diesel (1,000 kW).

Province of Central Kalimantan

 System Conditions

Electricity demand in the province of Central Kalimantan is supplied by a system of interconnected through a network of 150 kV transmission that is Barito system and several isolated systems, ie systems of Sampit, Pangkalan Bun, Nanga Bulik, Sukamara, Kualak Kurun, Puruk Cahu, Muara Teweh, Buntok, and Kuala Pembuang.

Of the 10 systems that supply electricity in the province of Central Kalimantan, 6 system (System of Pangkalan Bun, Nanga Bulik, Sukamara, Puruk Cahu, Buntok, and Kuala Pembuang) are in the condition of “surplus”, and 4 other systems (Interconnection Systems of Barito, Sampit , Kuala Kurun , and Muara Teweh) is in the conditon of “deficit”.

Currently electrification ratio of Central Kalimantan Province has just reached 45.22% and the ratio of electrified villages of 87.89%. The PLN waiting list has reached 13,871 requests or for 22.8 MVA.

Additional Electricity Infrastructure Plan

Assuming projected population growth in South Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan by 2.4% per year and the economic growth of 6.2%, the growth in electricity demand in the region expected to grow at an average of 9.7% per year.

In an effort to meet the needs of electricity in the province of Central Kalimantan, it has been planned additional electricity infrastructure from the year 2010-2014 as follows:

  • Power plants of 328 MW (approximately 8 MW is expected to be operational in 2010)
  • Transmission of electricity 1206 kms
  • the 180 MVA Substation
  • new renewable energy program (EBT) and network:
    • PLTS 50 WP is spread as much as 61.100 units
    • Centralized PLTS 15 kW 8 units
    • PLTMH 1500 kW
    • distribution Substation unit 2310 (106.750 kVA)
    • Medium Voltage Network 6150 kms
    • Low Voltage Network 6010 kms
    • The diesel  5 units (1,250 kW).

 South and central kal electricity system

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Posted May 24, 2011 by repit

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