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Erick Thohir: Electric Stove Benefiting People and State

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Rabu 31 Mar 2021 21:03 WIB
Rep: Intan Pratiwi/
Red: Elba Damhuri
BUMN Minister Erick Thohir (right) together with PUPR Minister Basuki Hadimuljono (center) and PLN President Director Zulkifli Zaini talking after witnessing the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in order to realize national energy independence and security for clean energy through the movement using induction stoves at the Ministry of BUMN, Jakarta, Wednesday (31/3/2021).
Foto: Antara/Dhemas Reviyanto
The electric stove conversion program is expected to run quickly, said Erick Thohir.
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) in collaboration with nine construction state-owned enterprises (SOEs/BUMN) has massively made the procurement and use of one million electric (induction) stoves.

Indonesia's clean energy dream: a victim of coronavirus, or politics?

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Indonesia’s clean energy dream: a victim of coronavirus, or politics?
Although blessed with abundant sources of clean energy, Indonesia’s potential remains untapped as it focuses its resources on defeating Covid-19
Analysts say the sector is being held back by the political elite, who ‘don’t want to lose the opportunities of securing profits’ from coal, oil and gas

PLN to receive Rp 9.6t to build power infrastructure

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State-owned electricity giant PLN is slated to receive Rp 9.6 trillion (US$695 million) in state capital injections (PMN) from the government this year to develop power infrastructure in Indonesia and increase the country’s electrification ratio.
The capital comprises Rp 5 trillion from the 2020 state budget and Rp 4.6 trillion diverted from the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry budget. PLN will use the capital to develop renewable energy power plants, power lines and substations.
The funds allocation is stipulated in Government Regulation No. 37/2020 and No. 36/2020, both of which were issued on July 7.
“We will use the funds as equity and reduce PLN loans,” PLN president director Zulkifli Zaini told House of Representatives lawmakers in Jakarta on Monday evening.

PLN to use LNG in 52 power plants to help reduce oil imports

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The government has ordered state-owned electricity company PLN to use natural gas in some of its power plants in order to reduce Indonesia’s oil imports and to increase usage of cleaner fuel sources.
The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry issued a decree dated Jan. 10 ordering PLN to use liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 52 diesel power plants that will be later modified to enable them to use gas.
The ministry had also assigned state-owned oil company Pertamina to supply the gas. The program’s purpose, as noted in the decree, is to reduce the trade deficit and to support the energy diversification program.

It damages machines: PLN averse to pure palm oil in its diesel power plants

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Over the past five years, state-owned electricity company PLN has been intensifying the use of palm oil in its diesel-fired power plants but, going forward, the company is intent on slowing down usage out of technical concerns.
PLN president director Zulkifli Zaini said on Tuesday that using pure crude palm oil-based (CPO) biodiesel or B100 to fuel diesel-fired power plants “creates crust in the machines that may damage the plant’s machine components.” The plants also produced up to twice the carbon dioxide emissions compared to when using diesel fuel.
“It’s best that CPO is used for diesel machines designed to use vegetable fuels,” he told a hearing with lawmakers in Jakarta.

N. Sumatra, W. Nusa Tenggara add small renewable-energy plants

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The provinces of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) and North Sumatra have begun operating four renewable-energy power plants with a modest production capacity of 11.8 megawatts (MW) combined.
East Nusa Tenggara launched the 5MW Sambelia solar power plant in Lombok in December of last year. North Sumatra began operating the 5MW Bakal Semarak mini hydropower plant, the 1MW Kwala Sawit biogas plant and the 0.8MW Pagar Merbau biogas plant on Thursday. The plants’ developers formally began operation after signing agreements with state-owned utility company PLN.
“This was a pleasant surprise at the start of the year; renewable energy production continues to rise,” said Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry official Trois Dilisusendi in a statement on Friday (17/1).

Jakarta Flooding; PLN Turns Off Electricity in 700 Areas

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Jakarta Flooding; PLN Turns Off Electricity in 700 Areas
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TEMPO.CO,
Jakarta - State electricity company PLN has turned off the electricity in 724 locations in Jakarta and its greater area that are affected by the flood since 09:30 this morning, January 1, 2020. PLN Jakarta general manager Ikhsan Asaad said the blackout was executed to anticipate the electric shock.
“We apologize for the inconvenience and hope for the understanding of the people living in the area affected by the blackout or near the flood location. This has to be done for the safety of the people affected by the flood,” he said in the official statement, Wednesday, January 1, 2020.

Nine dead after Indonesian capital hit by New Year flooding


Nine people died after Indonesia's capital was hit by its deadliest flooding in years, authorities said Wednesday, as torrential rains on New Year's Eve left vast swathes of the megalopolis submerged.
Electricity was switched off in hundreds of waterlogged neighbourhoods across greater Jakarta, home to about 30 million people, with some train lines and one of the city's airports also shut.
A 16-year-old was electrocuted by a power line, while three more people died of hypothermia said Jakarta disaster management agency head Subejo.
"We're hoping that the floodwaters will recede, but if the rain keeps up it'll continue," said the official, who like many Indonesians goes by one name.

What this year's massive blackout means for electricity sector - Business

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The six-hour Jakarta blackout on Aug. 4 was this year’s key issue in the electricity sector, prompting the public to raise the ultimate issue: inequality in access to electricity despite the high electrification ratio.
State-owned electricity company PLN attributed the blackout to an accident that knocked down one of two power lines supplying electricity to Jakarta. Unfortunately, the incident occurred while the other line was under maintenance and the city’s emergency power plants at rest.
A month after the blackout, PLN acting president director Sripeni Inten Cahyani told legislators at a House of Representative hearing in Jakarta that the company would build a 101 megawatt (MW) diesel-fired power plant to provide emergency power for the capital and disburse Rp 839 billion (US$58.7 million) in customer compensation. 

New Rules for Clean Energy

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New Rules for Clean Energy
28 December 2019 12:05 WIB
TEMPO.CO,
Jakarta - THE government’s steps issuing regulations regarding new and renewable energy (EBT) for electricity power plants need to be carried out with great care. Rules that are user-friendly to investors are indeed necessary to develop clean energy. But the government has to ensure the regulations do not provide an opportunity for rent-seekers to come in, and also should not overburden the State Electricity Company (PLN).
The new regulations to be issued under presidential regulations concern the purchase of power from private companies by PLN. This regulation will be a breath of fresh air for renewable energy investors because clean energy will be the top priority in the state electricity company’s plans. PLN is compelled to give purchase priority to nine types of EBT power plants, including geothermal, air, wind, solar, and sea currents.

PT Supreme Energy preparing 65 MW expansion of Muara Laboh geothermal plant

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Discussions are ongoing with PLN and the government on the development for the second phase of the Muara Laboh geothermal power plant. With it it would expand the capacity from 85 MW to a total capacity of 150 MW.

Over 1,000 Houses in Bali Have No Electricity: PLN

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TEMPO.CO,
Denpasar - State-electricity company PLN Bali distribution unit recorded at least 1,364 poor houses in the region have not been electrified as of November 2019.
General manager of the corporate’s regional distribution unit, Nyoman Suwarjoni Astawa, said his side will seek solutions for the problem. “Most of them so far get electricity from their neighbors,” said Nyoman Astawa on Tuesday, December 24.
At present, Nyoman Astawa said his corporate was collecting independent funds from its employees to help those poor households to have their own electricity network.
However, given the fact of the high number of lack of electrification in the province, he hoped the government could pay attention to the matter.

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