SERB – Rajabasa Geothermal Power Plant 220 MW – Lampung - Project Profile
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PT Supreme Energy Rajabasa (SERB), a joint venture between GDF SUEZ, PT Supreme Energy and Sumitomo Corporation is planning to undertake the Geothermal Power Plant project at Rajabasa in Lampung, Sumatra Island, Indonesia.
The project involves construction of 220MW (2X110MW) geothermal power plant. It will include construction of a geothermal power generation unit, a cooling tower, a distributed control center, a turbine control room, a motor control, electrical equipment rooms, a substation and other related infrastructure.
On March 2, 2012, SERB has entered into a long term power purchase agreements (PPAs) with PT PLN, the Indonesian state-owned electricity utility for concession period of 30-years.
SERB has completed the Airborne topographic; the MEQ survey and the engineering design for civil construction were started in August 2012.
Civil construction activities and other significant tasks have temporarily been suspended since June 2013, as the Forest Area Borrow-Use Permit (IPPKH).
On April 25, 2014, SERB received a permit for geothermal exploration from the Minister of Forestry and completed all the necessary permits to begin its exploration activities.
Thorndon Cook has been appointed as engineering consultant.
The project involves construction of a 220MW geothermal power plant in Sumatra Island, Indonesia.
The US$683 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a geothermal power generation unit