south, south east and west sulawesi

South Sulawesi Province

 System Conditions

Electricity demand in South Sulawesi Province is supplied by a system of interconnected through a transmission network of 150 kV in South Sulawesi system and several isolated systems, ie systems of Malili-Inco, and Selayar.

Of the three systems that supply electricity in the province of South Sulawesi, two systems (System Malili-Inco, and Selayar), are in the condition of “surplus”, and one system (South Sulawesi Interconnection System) are in the condition of “deficit”.

Currently the ratio of the electrification of South Sulawesi province reached 55.20% and the ratio of electrified villages by 100%. The PLN waiting list has reached 56,978 requests or for 54.7 MVA.

Balance of Power

Province of South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi and West Sulawesi electrical power demands are served by the electrical system of South Sulawesi, Southeast and West so that the balance of power of the provinces are represented by the balance of power of South Sulawesi system, Southeast Sulawesi and West Sulawesi, where in 2010 up to 2014 system are in good condition.

Additional Electricity Infrastructure Plan

Assuming projected population growth in the region of South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi and West Sulawesi at 1.1% per year economic growth of 6.7%, the electricity demand in the system is expected to grow on average by 7.2% per year.

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

  • Power plants of 965 MW (approximately 271.4 MW is expected to be operational in 2010)
  • Transmission of electricity 1154 kms
  • 1080 MVA Substation
  • new renewable energy program (EBT) and network:
    • PLTS 50 WP is spread as much as 23,575 units
    • Centralized PLTS 15 kW 8 units
    • PLTMH 1326 kW
    • PLTwind 1,200 kW
    • The 1820 distribution substation units (86 000 kVA)
    • Medium Voltage Network 6550 kms
    • Low Voltage Network 5380 kms
    • Diesel 18 units (5500 kW).

Southeast Sulawesi Province

 System Conditions

Electricity demand in Southeast Sulawesi province is supplied by several isolated systems, ie systems of Kendari, Lambuya, Bau-Bau, Wangi-Wangi, Lasusua, Kolaka, Kassipute, and Raha.

Of the eight systems that supply electric power in Southeast Sulawesi, 6 system (System Lambuya, Bau-Bau, Wangi-Wangi, Lasusua, Kassipute, and Raha), are in the condition of “surplus”, and the two systems (System Kendari and Kolaka) in the condition of “deficit”.

Currently electrification ratio of Southeast Sulawesi province reached 38.09% and the ratio of electrified villages of 95.95%. The PLN waiting list has reached 24,042 requests or for 34.7 MVA.

Additional Electricity Infrastructure Plan

Assuming projected population growth in the region of South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi and West Sulawesi at 1.1% per year economic growth of 6.7%, the electricity demand in the system is expected to grow on average by 7.2% per year.

In an effort to meet the demands of electric power in Southeast Sulawesi province,it  has been planned additional electricity infrastructure from the year 2010-2014 as follows:

  • Power plants of 181 MW (about 56 MW is expected to be operational in 2010)
  • Transmission power 370 kms
  • 260 MVA substation
  • new renewable energy program (EBT) and network:
    • PLTS 50 WP is spread as much as 66 200 units
    • Centralized PLTS 15 kW 12 units
    • PLTMH 1400 kW
    • PLTwind 820 kW
    • Substation distribution unit 2240 (110 750 kVA)
    • Medium Voltage Network 6930 kms
    • Low Voltage Network 6650 kms
    • Diesel 10 units (2250 kW).

West Sulawesi Province

System conditions

Electricity demand in the province of West Sulawesi was supplied by two isolated systems, ie systems of Pasangkayu and Mamasa.

Of the two systems that supply electricity in the province of East Kalimantan, all of the system (System of Pasangkayu and Mamasa) are in the condition of “surplus”.

Given that the province of West Sulawesi province still including new, then the data of electrification ratio and the data of electrified villages ratio are not yet available. The PLN waiting list has reached 5420 requests or of 7.2 MVA.

Additional Electricity Infrastructure Plan

Assuming projected population growth in the region of South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi and West Sulawesi at 1.1% per year economic growth of 6.7%, the electricity demand in the system is expected to grow on average by 7.2% per year.

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

  • Power generation by 14 MW
  • Transmission power 160 kms
  • 90 MVA Substation
  • new renewable energy program (EBT) and network:
    • PLTS 50 WP is spread as much as 23,770 units
    • Centralized PLTS 15 kW 8 units
    • PLTMH 1150 kW

 

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Posted May 24, 2011 by repit

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