List of power stations in Indonesia

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The following lists some of the larger power stations in Indonesia. Data are not included for a large number of small isolated plants (mostly diesel) in the Outer Islands. In total, the PLN operated over 5,000 plants across Indonesia in 2010 of which over 4,500 were small diesel plants outside of Java. For further details about existing capacity and operations of the electricity sector, see information about the state-owned Indonesian electricity company Perusahaan Listrik Negara.

Summary table[edit]

Non-renewable[edit]

Thermal[edit]

Thermal power is the largest source of power in Indonesia.There are different types of thermal power plants based on the fuel used to generate the steam such as coal, gas, diesel etc. About 85% of electricity consumed in Indonesia is generated by thermal power plants.

Bituminous coal or lignite[edit]

Existing[edit]

Note: IPP means independent power producer

Power station Operator Location District Province Sector Region Capacity per unit
(MW)
Installed capacity
(MW)
Notes Coordinates Refs
Bukit Asam coal-fired PT. PLN Tanjung Enim Muara Enim South Sumatra Government Sumatra 4 x 65 260 Boiler from Stein, Turbines from Rateau and generators from GEC Alstom [1]
Paiton (PLN) coal-fired PT. PLN Paiton Probolinggo East Java Government Java-Bali 2 x 400 800 Boiler from ABB Combustion Engineering, Turbines and generators from Toshiba 7°42′56″S 113°35′06″E / 7.7155°S 113.5849°E / -7.7155; 113.5849 (Paiton (PLN)) [2]
Ombilin coal-fired PT. PLN Ombilin Sawahlunto West Sumatra Government Sumatra 2 x 100 200 Boiler from Stein, Turbines and generators from GEC Alstom [1]
Suralaya coal-fired PT. Indonesia Power Suralaya Cilegon Banten Government Java-Bali 4 x 400
3 x 600
3,400 Boiler from Babcock & Wilcox Canada, Turbines from MHI Japan; generators from Mitsubishi Electric Co.
Suralaya Baru coal-fired PT. Indonesia Power Suralaya Cilegon Banten Government Java-Bali 1 x 625 625 Boiler from Shanghai Co. Ltd, Turbines and generators from Shanghai Co. Ltd 5°53′31″N 106°01′48″E / 5.892°N 106.03°E / 5.892; 106.03 (Suralaya Power Station) [3][4]
Paiton PT. Paiton Energy (IPP) Paiton Probolinggo East Java Private Java-Bali 2 x 670, 2 x 610, 1 x 850 2,300 Boiler supplied by ABB, Turbines and Generators supplied by GE [4]
Tanjung Jati-B I coal-fired PT. Central Java Power (IPP) Bangsri Jepara East Java Private Java-Bali 2 x 662 1,320 Boiler supplied by Babcock & Wilcox, Turbines and Generators supplied by Toshiba [4]
Tanjung Jati-B II coal-fired PT. Central Java Power (IPP) Bangsri Jepara East Java Private Java-Bali 2 x 662 1,320 Boiler supplied by Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Turbines and Generators supplied by Toshiba [4]
Cirebon coal-fired PT. Cirebon Electric Power (IPP) Kanci Kulon Cirebon West Java Private Java-Bali 1 x 660 660 Boiler, Turbines and Generators supplied by Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Co., Ltd. 6°46′13″S 108°36′54″E / 6.7704°S 108.6151°E / -6.7704; 108.6151 (Cirebon Steam Power Plant) [4]
Cilacap PT. Sumber Segara Primadaya (IPP) Karangkandri Cilacap Central Java Government Java-Bali 2 x 300 600 Boiler supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd, Turbines and Generators supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd 07°40′31.20″S 109°05′47.40″E / 7.6753333°S 109.0965000°E / -7.6753333; 109.0965000
Cilacap Adipala coal-fired PT. Indonesia Power Adipala Cilacap Central Java Government Java-Bali 1 x 660 660 Boiler supplied by Shanghai Electric Corp. Ltd, Turbines and Generators supplied by Shanghai Electric Corp. Ltd [4]
Indramayu coal-fired PT. PLN Sumur Adem Indramayu West Java Government Java-Bali 3 x 330 990 Boiler supplied by Babcock & Wilcox Beijing Co., Turbines and Generators supplied by Beijing Beizhong [4]
Pacitan coal-fired PT. PLN Sukorejo Pacitan East Java Government Java-Bali 2 x 315 630 Boiler supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd, Turbines and Generators supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd [4]
Tarahan coal-fired PT. PLN Tarahan South Lampung Lampung Government Sumatra 2 x 100 200 Boiler supplied by Jinan Co. Ltd, Turbines and Generators supplied by Wuhan Co. Ltd
Labuan coal-fired PT. Indonesia Power Labuan Pandeglang Banten Government Java-Bali 2 x 300 600 Boiler supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd, Turbines and Generators supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd
Labuhan Angin coal-fired PT. PLN Labuhan Angin Central Tapanuli North Sumatra Government Sumatra 2 x 115 230 Boiler supplied by Foster Wheeler, Turbines and Generators supplied by Shanghai Turbine Co. Ltd. [5]
Lontar coal-fired PT. Indonesia Power Lontar, Teluk Naga Tangerang Banten Government Java-Bali 3 x 315 945 Boiler supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd, Turbines and Generators supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd
Pelabuhan Ratu coal-fired PT. Indonesia Power Pelabuhan Ratu Sukabumi West Java Government Java-Bali 3 x 350 1050 Boiler supplied by Shanghai Electric Corp. Ltd, Turbines and Generators supplied by Shanghai Electric Corp. Ltd [6]
Rembang coal-fired PT. PLN Sluke Rembang Central Java Government Java-Bali 2 x 315 630 Boiler supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd, Turbines and Generators supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd 06°38′18.21″S 111°28′27.41″E / 6.6383917°S 111.4742806°E / -6.6383917; 111.4742806 [4]
Bangka Belitung 3 coal-fired PT. BMP (IPP) Air Anyir Bangka Bangka Belitung Government Sumatera 2 x 30 60
Total 50 18,630
Proposed or under construction[edit]
Power station Operator Location District Province Sector Region Capacity per Unit
(MW)
Installed Capacity
(MW)
Remarks and Plant Coordinates
Central Java coal-fired (by the end of 2016) PT. Bhimasena Power Indonesia Ujungnegoro Batang Central Java Private Java-Bali 2 x 1000 2,000 [7]
Tanjung Awar-Awar coal-fired PT. PLN Kaliuntu Tuban East Java Government Java-Bali 2 x 350 700 Boiler supplied by Babcock & Wilcox Beijing Co. Turbines and generators supplied by Beijing Beizhong
Madura coal-fired PT. PLN Pamekasan East Java Government Java-Bali 2 x 100 200
Bojonegara coal-fired PT. PLN Bojonegara Cilegon Banten Government Java-Bali 3 x 740 2,220
Tanjung Jati-A coal-fired PT. Bakrie Power Cirebon Cirebon West Java Private Java-Bali 2 x 660 1,320
Nusa Penida coal-fired PT. PLN Nusa Penida Bali Government Java-Bali 2 x 100 200
Anyer coal-fired PT. PLN Anyer Banten Government Java-Bali 1 x 330 330
Kuala Tanjung coal-fired PT. Ranyza Energi Kuala Tanjung South Sumatra Private Sumatra 2 x 112 224
Banjarsari coal-fired PT. Bukit Pembangkit Innovative Banjarsari Lahat South Sumatra Private Sumatra 2 x 100 200
Banyuasin coal-fired PT. Banyuasin Power Energy Banyuasin Banyuasin South Sumatra Private Sumatra 2 x 100 200
Baturaja coal-fired PT. Priamanaya Power Energi Baturaja Ogan Komering Ulu South Sumatra Private Sumatra 2 x 100 200
Simpang Belimbing coal-fired PT. GH EMMI Gunung Raja Muara Enim South Sumatra Private Sumatra 2 x 150 300
Arahan coal-fired PT. PLN Arahan Muara Enim South Sumatra Government Sumatra 4 x 600 2,400
Central Bangko coal-fired PT. BA & CHD (China)[11] Bangko Tengah Muara Enim South Sumatra Private Sumatra 4 x 620 2,480
Tanjung coal-fired PT. PLN Tanjung Tabalong South Kalimantan Government Kalimantan 2 x 55 110
Total 34 13,084

Gas or liquid fuel[edit]

Power station Operator Location District Province Sector Region Capacity per Unit
(MW)
Capacity (MW) Coordinates Refs
Bekasi West Java 130
Betara Lampung 70
Grati CCGT PT. Indonesia Power Grati Pasuruan East Java Government Java-Bali 3 x 100.75 GTPP ; 3 x 100.75 SPP ; 1 x 159.58 CCPP 764 7°39′06″S 113°01′28″E / 7.6517°S 113.0244°E / -7.6517; 113.0244 (Grati CCGT) [8][9]
Gresik CCGT PT. Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Gresik Gresik East Java Government Java-Bali 4 x GTPP ; 4 x SPP ; 3 x CCPP 2,255 7°09′48″S 112°39′41″E / 7.1633°S 112.6615°E / -7.1633; 112.6615 (Gresik CCGT) [10]
Muara Tawar CCGT PT. Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Tarumajaya Bekasi West Java Government Java-Bali 2 x GTPP ; 3 x CCPP 920 06°05′09.37″S 106°59′48.15″E / 6.0859361°S 106.9967083°E / -6.0859361; 106.9967083 (Muara Tawar CCGT)
Muara Karang CCGT PT. Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Muara Karang North Jakarta DKI Jakarta Government Java-Bali 5 x STPP ; 1 x CCPP 1,208 6°06′31″S 106°47′16″E / 6.1087°S 106.7877°E / -6.1087; 106.7877 (Muara Karang CCGT) [11][12]
Palembang Timur South Sumatra 150
Samarinda East Kalimantan 60
Sengkang South Sulawesi 150
Tambak Lorok CCGT PT. Indonesia Power Tambak Lorok Semarang Central Java Government Java-Bali 6 x 109.65 GTPP ; 2 x 50 SPP ; 1 x 200 SPP ; 2 x 188 CCPP 1,334
Tanjung Priok CCGT PT. Indonesia Power Tanjung Priok North Jakarta DKI Jakarta Government Java-Bali 2 x 26 GTPP ; 2 x 48.8 GTPP ; 2 x 50 SPP ; 6 x 130 CCGT ; 2 x 200 CCGT 1,430
Senayan Diesel PT. Indonesia Power Senayan Jakarta DKI Jakarta Government Java-Bali 6 x 2.52 15 -6.2160361, 106.7953257
PLTU 400 MW PT. Krakatau Daya Listrik Ciwandan Cilegon Banten SOE Java-Bali 5 x 80 STG 400 MW
PLTGU 120 MW PT. Krakatau Daya Listrik Ciwandan Cilegon Banten SOE Java-Bali 2 x 39 GTG ; 1 x 43 STG 120 MW
Total 68 8,446

Renewable[edit]

Geothermal[edit]

Note: IPP means independent power producer

Power station Operator Location District Province Sector Region Capacity per Unit
(MW)
Installed Capacity
(MW)
Remarks and Plant Coordinates
Kamojang geothermal PT. Indonesia Power Kamojang Garut West Java Government Java-Bali Unit I = 30
Unit II = 55
Unit III = 55
Unit IV = 60
200 Unit IV 63 MW turbine capacity and 80 MVA generator capacity both from Fuji Electric, Kawasaki, Japan [13]
Darajat geothermal PT. Indonesia Power Kamojang Garut West Java Government Java-Bali Unit I = 55 55
Darajat geothermal PT. Pertamina, Chevron Geothermal Indonesia, Ltd,
(IPP)
Kamojang Garut West Java Private Java-Bali Unit II = 90
Unit III = 110
200 Turbines Unit II = 81.3 MW & Unit III = 110 MW and Generators Unit II = 101.625 MVA & Unit III = 137.5 MVA both supplied by Fuji Electric, Kawasaki, Japan [14]
Gunung Salak geothermal PT. Indonesia Power Parung Kuda Sukabumi West Java Government Java-Bali 3 x 60 180 Turbines @ 55 MW and Generators @ 55 MVA both supplied by Ansaldo Energia, Italy [15]
Gunung Salak geothermal Chevron Geothermal Salak Ltd and Dayabumi Salak Pratama Ltd (IPP) Parung Kuda Sukabumi West Java Private Java-Bali 3 x 55 165 Turbines @ 59.5 MW and Generators @ 74.375 MVA both from Fuji Electric, Kawasaki, Japan
Ulubelu Geothermal Power Station PT.PLN Ulubelu Tanggamus Lampung Government Sumatra 2 x 55 110 Turbines 2 x 55 MW and Generators 2 x 55 MVA both from Fuji Electric, Kawasaki, Japan [16]
Wayang Windu geothermal PT. Pertamina and Magma Nusantara Ltd. (IPP) Pengalengan Bandung West Java Private Java-Bali 1 x 110
1 x 117
( 1 x 127 by mid-2013 )
227 Turbines 110 MW & 117 MW and Generators 2 x 137.5 MVA both from Fuji Electric, Kawasaki, Japan [17]
Dieng geothermal PT. Geo Dipa Energi (IPP) Dieng Banjarnegara Central Java Private Java-Bali 1 x 60 60
Lahendong geothermal PT. PLN Lahendong Minahasa North Sulawesi Government Sulawesi Unit I = 20
Unit II = 20
Unit III = 20
Unit IV = 20
80 * Unit I: turbines = 20 MW and generator = 25 MVA both from Alstom [18]
* Unit II: turbines = 20 MW and generator = 25 MVA both from Fuji Electric, Kawasaki, Japan [19]
* Unit III: turbines = 20 MW and generator = 25 MVA both from Fuji Electric, Kawasaki, Japan [20]
* Unit IV: turbines = 20 MW and generator = 25 MVA both supplied by Fuji Electric, Kawasaki, Japan [21]
Sibayak geothermal PT. Dizamatara Powerindo
(IPP)
Sibayak Karo North Sumatra Private Sumatra 2 x 5.65 11.3 Turbines @ 5.85 MW and Generators @ 6 MVA, 5.65 MW at PF 0.94 [22]
Patuha geothermal PT. Geo Dipa Energi
(IPP)
Patuha Bandung West Java Private Java-Bali Unit 1 = 55 55
(by-mid 2014)
Turbines Unit 1 = 60 MW and Generator Unit 1 = 75 MVA both supplied by Toshiba [23]
Total 19 1,344

Hydroelectric[edit]

Note: IPP means independent power producer

Power station Operator Location District Province Sector Region Capacity per Unit
(MW)
Installed Capacity
(MW)
Remarks and Plant Coordinates
Agam hydro PT. PLN Batang Agam Agam West Sumatra Government Sumatra 3 x 3.5 10 Turbines @ 3.55 MW and Generators @ 3.95 MVA both supplied by Ebara
Maninjau hydro PT. PLN Maninjau Agam West Sumatra Government Sumatra 4 x 17 68 Turbines @ 17.4 MW and Generators @ 20 MVA both supplied by Toshiba
Singkarak hydro PT. PLN Singkarak Solok West Sumatra Government Sumatra 4 x 43.75 175 Turbines @ 43.75 MW supplied by VoestAlpine and Generators @ 52 MVA supplied by ELIN (now ANDRITZ Hydro)
Koto Panjang hydro PT. PLN Koto Panjang Kampar Riau Government Sumatra 3 x 38 114 Turbines @ 39.4 MW supplied by Kvaerner Boving and Generators @ 45 MVA supplied by ELIN (now ANDRITZ Hydro)
Test I hydro PT. PLN Tes Rejang Lebong Bengkulu Government Sumatra 4 x 4 16 Turbines @ 4.7 MW supplied by Ansaldo Energia
Musi hydro PT. PLN Ujanmas Atas Kepahiang Bengkulu Government Sumatra 3 x 70 210 Turbines @ 70 MW and Generators @ 86 MVA both supplied by VA Tech Hydro (now ANDRITZ Hydro)
Besai hydro PT. PLN Sumberjaya West Lampung Lampung Government Sumatra 2 x 45 90 Turbines @ 46.4 MW and Generators @ 53 MVA both supplied by VA Tech Hydro (now ANDRITZ Hydro)
Batutegi hydro PT. PLN Tanggamus West Lampung Lampung Government Sumatra 2 x 14 28 Turbines @ 14.2 MW and Generators @ 15.7 MVA both supplied by Toshiba
Lau Renun hydro PT. PLN Silalahi Dairi North Sumatra Government Sumatra 2 x 41 82 Turbines @ 41 MW and Generators @ 47.5 MVA both supplied by VA Tech Hydro (now ANDRITZ Hydro)
Sipansihaporas hydro PT. PLN Sipansihaporas Central Tapanuli North Sumatra Government Sumatra 1 x 33
1 x 17
50 Power Station 1 = Turbines 34 MW by Meiden, Japan and Generator 39 MVA by Toshiba
Power Station 2 = 17.6 MW Meiden, Japan and Generator 20 MVA by Toshiba [24]
Asahan I hydro PT. Bajradaya Sentranusa
(IPP)
Parmaksian Toba Samosir North Sumatra Private Sumatra 2 x 90 180 Turbines and Generators supplied by Dongfang Electric Corp. Ltd
Asahan III hydro PT. PLN Pintu Pohan Meranti Toba Samosir North Sumatra Government Sumatra 2 x 87 174
Sigura-gura hydro PT. Inalum Simorea Asahan North Sumatra Private Sumatra 4 x 71.50 286 Turbines @ 71.5 MW and Generators @ 80 MVA both supplied by Hitachi Ltd.
Tangga hydro PT. Inalum Tangga Asahan North Sumatra Private Sumatra 4 x 79.25 317 Turbines @ 81.1 MW and Generators @ 90 MVA both supplied by Hitachi Ltd.
Wampu hydro PT. Wampu Electric Power
(IPP)
Kota Buluh Karo North Sumatra Private Sumatra 3 x 15 45
Kerinci hydro PT. PLN Batang Merangin Kerinci Jambi Government Sumatra 6 x 30 180 Turbines @ 30 MW and Generators @ 33.33 MVA [25]
Saguling hydro PT. Indonesia Power Rajamandala Cimahi West Java Government Java-Bali 4 x 175.18 701 Turbines @ 175.18 MW supplied by Toshiba and Generators @ 194? MVA supplied by Mitsubishi Electric Co,.
Cirata hydro PT. Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Plered Purwakarta West Java Government Java-Bali 8 x 126 1,008 Turbines @ 129.6 MW supplied by VoestAlpine and Generators @ 140 MVA supplied by ELIN (now ANDRITZ Hydro)
Jatiluhur hydro PT. Jasa Tirta II Jatiluhur Purwakarta West Java Government Java-Bali 6 x 31 186 Turbines @ 32.3 MW supplied by NEYRPIC and Generators @ 35 MVA supplied by GEC Alsthom Jeumont
PB. Sudirman hydro PT. Indonesia Power Mrica Banjarnegara Central Java Government Java-Bali 3 x 60.3 181 Turbines supplied by Boving and Generators supplied by ASEA
Sutami hydro PT. Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Karangkates Malang East Java Government Java-Bali 3 x 35 105
Wlingi hydro PT. Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Wlingi Malang East Java Government Java-Bali 2 x 27 54
Tonsea Lama hydro PT. PLN Tondano Minahasa North Sulawesi Government Sulawesi 1 x 4.44
1 x 4.50
1 x 5.44
14
Tanggari I & II hydro PT. PLN Tondano Minahasa North Sulawesi Government Sulawesi 1 x 17.20
1 x 19
36
Bakaru I & II hydro PT. PLN Bakaru Pinrang South Sulawesi Government Sulawesi 2 x 63
1 x 65
191
Larona hydro INCO Soroako East Luwu South Sulawesi Private Sulawesi 3 x 65 195 Turbines @ 67.3 MW supplied by Sulzer & GE and Generators @ 85 MVA supplied by Hitachi & VA Tech Hydro
Balambano hydro INCO Soroako East Luwu South Sulawesi Private Sulawesi 2 x 70 140 Turbines @ 68.5 MW and Generators @ 80.6 MVA both supplied by Canadian General Electric
Karebbe hydro INCO Soroako East Luwu South Sulawesi Private Sulawesi 2 x 66 132 Turbines @ 63.7 MW and Generators @ 78 MVA both supplied by VA Tech Hydro (now ANDRITZ Hydro)
Pamona 2 hydro PT. Poso Energi
(IPP)
Pamona Utara Poso Central Sulawesi Private Sulawesi 4 x 65 260 Turbines @ 66.66 MW and Generators @ 72.2 MVA [25]
Riam Kanan hydro PT. PLN Aranio Martapura South Kalimantan Government Kalimantan 3 x 10 30 Turbines @ 10.5 MW and Generators @ 11 MVA both supplied by Fuji Electric Co,. Ltd, Japan [26]
Total 88 4,755

Pumped-storage hydroelectric[edit]

Currently under construction or planned:[27]

Power station Operator Location District Province Sector Region Capacity per Unit
(MW)
Installed Capacity
(MW)
Remarks and Plant Coordinates
Upper Cisokan pumped storage hydro (COD 2015) PT. PLN Cianjur
Cisokan river and Cirumamis river
Cianjur and
Bandung Barat
West Java Government Java-Bali 4 x 260 MW pump turbine or
4 x 275 MVA motor generator
1,040 MW pump turbine or
1,100 MVA motor generator
Matenggeng pumped storage hydro (COD 2020) PT. PLN Majenang
Cijolang river and Cimancing river
Ciamis West Java Government Java-Bali 2 x 443 MW pump turbine or
2 x 460 MVA motor generator
886 MW pump turbine or
920 MVA motor generator
Grindulu pumped storage hydro (COD 2021) PT. PLN Tegalombo Pacitan East Java Government Java 4 x 260 MW pump turbine or
4 x 75 MVA motor generator
1,040 MW pump turbine or
1,100 MVA motor generator
[28]
Kali Konto pumped storage hydro (COD 2027) PT. PLN Bandar Kedungmulyo Jombang East Java Government Java-Bali 4 x 260 MW pump turbine or
4 x 275 MVA motor generator
1,040 MW pump turbine or
1,100 MVA motor generator
Lake Toba pumped storage hydro (COD 2020) PT. PLN Toba Toba Samosir North Sumatera Government Sumatera 4 x 110 MW pump turbine or
4 x 125 MVA motor generator
4900 MW pump turbine or
500 MVA motor generator
Total 18 Units 1364 MW pump turbine or
4,720 MVA motor generator

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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