Wayang Windu Geothermal Power Station

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Wayang Windu Geothermal Power Station
Wayang Windu Geothermal Power Station is located in Indonesia
Wayang Windu Geothermal Power Station
Location of Wayang Windu Geothermal Power Station in Indonesia
Country Indonesia
Location Pangalengan, West Java
Coordinates 07°12′00″S 107°37′30″E / 7.20000°S 107.62500°E / -7.20000; 107.62500Coordinates: 07°12′00″S 107°37′30″E / 7.20000°S 107.62500°E / -7.20000; 107.62500
Status Operational
Commission date 1999
Construction cost >US$200 million
Owner(s) Magma Nusantara Limited
Geothermal power station
Type Flash steam
Min. source temp. >300 °C (572 °F)
Power generation
Units operational 1 × 110 MW
1 × 117 MW
Nameplate capacity 227 MW
354 MW (Planned)

The Wayang Windu Geothermal Power Station is the largest geothermal power station in Indonesia. The facility utilizes two units, one with 110 MW and the other with 117 MW, with a total installed capacity of 227 MW. The power station is located near the town of Pangalengan, 40 km south of Bandung,[1] West Java. An estimated cost of US$200 million was incurred in construction and development.[2] A third unit of 127 MW is being planned and expected to be onstream by mid-2013.[1]

The arrangements to establish and operate the Wayang Windu plant were part of the overall policy towards the development of geothermal energy in Indonesia[3]

Geothermal field[edit]

The area of the Wayang Windu geothermal field is in the order of 40 km². This reservoir is liquid-dominated, overlaid by three separate vapour-dominated reservoirs.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Star Energy: Wayang Windu, retrieved 21 August 2010
  2. ^ www.power-technology.com: Wayang Windu Geothermal Power Station[unreliable source?]
  3. ^ Surya Darma, Sugiharto Harsoprayitno, Herman Darnel Ibrahim, Agusman Effendi, Agus Triboesono (2010), 'Geothermal in Indonesia: Government Regulations and Power Utilities, Opportunities and Challenges of its Development', in Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2010, Bali Indonesia, 25–30 April.
  4. ^ Ian Bogie at el.:Overview of the Wayang Windu geothermal field, West Java, Indonesia, Science Direct 16 May 2008., retrieved 21 August 2010

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