Jawa-11 through Jawa-13 power stations

From Global Energy Monitor

Jawa-11 through Jawa-13 power stations are three coal-fired power plants shown in the PT PLN 2015-2024 long range supply plan for Indonesia.[1] As of June 2020 the three plants had not progressed in five years and had not appeared in Indonesia's annual RUPTL energy plan in four years, and appear to be cancelled.

RUPTL 2015-2024

In the 2015-2024 plan, the sizes and implementations dates were as follows:

  • Jawa-11 - 600 MW - 2021
  • Jawa-12 - 1,000 MW in 2022 and 1,000 MW in 2023
  • Jawa-13 - 2000 MW in 2024

RUPTL 2016-2025

In the more recent 2016-2025 long range plan, three of the projects were delayed after 2025. The new completion dates are as follows:[2]

  • Jawa-11 - 600 MW - after 2025
  • Jawa-12 - 2 x 1,000 MW - after 2025
  • Jawa-13 - 2 x 1,000 MW - after 2025

RUPTL 2017-2022

  • Jawa-11 - not in plan
  • Jawa-12 - not in plan
  • Jawa-13 - not in plan

RUPTL 2018-2027

  • Jawa-11 - not in plan
  • Jawa-12 - not in plan
  • Jawa-13 - not in plan

RUPTL 2019-2028

  • Jawa-11 - not in plan
  • Jawa-12 - not in plan
  • Jawa-13 - not in plan

Project Details Jawa 11 through Jawa-13

  • Sponsor:
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  • Location:
  • Coordinates:
  • Status: Cancelled
  • Gross Capacity: Jawa-11: 600 MW; Jawa-12 2 x 1000 MW; Jawa-13: 2 x 1000 MW
  • Type: Subcritical
  • Projected in service:
  • Coal Type:
  • Coal Source:
  • Source of financing:

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