Bintan power station
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Bintan Power Station is a proposed 200-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant on Riau island, Indonesia.
The satellite photo below shows the location of the plant on Riau, Indonesia, as shown in the PLN long-range plan for 2019-2028.
In March 2019 PLN UIW Riau announced that it planned to buid a 2 x 100 MW coal-fired plant in Tanjung Pinang on Riau Island. In March 2020 a Decree (SK) of Location Appointment (Penlok) was signed by the Acting Head (Plt) of the Governor of Riau Islands, designating 66.3 ha in the Galangbatang area, Bintan. In June 2020 surveys and land acquisition for a site in Gunung Kijang Village, Gunung Kijang District had begun and were supposed to be complete by December 2020.
- Sponsor: PLN UIW Riau
- Parent company: PLN UIW Riau
- Location: Riau island, Indonesia
- Coordinates: 0.899668, 104.617247 (exact)
- Status: Pre-permit development
- Gross Capacity: 2 x 100 MW
- Projected in service: Unit 1: 2024; Unit 2 2024
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Articles and resources
- Rencana Usaha Penyediaan Tenaga Listrik (RUPTL) 2019-2028, PT PLN Persero, p. A-44
- PLN Akan Bangun PLTU Sebesar 2x100 MW di Pulau Bintan, Kompas, Mar. 11, 2019
- Lahan PLTU Bintan Diduga Bermasalah, Bintan, Jun. 11, 2020
- PLTU 2 x 100 MW Segera Dibagun di Gunung Kijang Bintan, Batam Today, Jun. 23, 2020