Jababeka KIP power station
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Jababeka KIP power station was a proposed 660-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant on the northern coast of Central Java, Indonesia. It has since been switched to natural gas.
The map below shows the planned location of Kendal Industrial Park (KIP), where the plant would be built, in Central Java.
Real estate developer PT Jababeka Tbk has proposed a 660 MW coal plant as part of the 2,700 hectare Kendal Industrial Park (KIP), located on the northern coast of Central Java. The plant would be located on the north side of KIP, adjacent to industrial land plots.
In 2017 it was reported the power station would be fueled by natural gas. According to Jababeka, the project has all necessary permits and will begin construction soon.
- Sponsor: PT Jababeka
- Parent company:
- Location: Brangsong, Kendal regency, Central Java, Indonesia
- Coordinates: -6.8957523, 110.2402496 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled (will be a gas plant)
- Gross Capacity: 660 MW
- Projected in service:
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- Coal Source:
- Source of financing:
Articles and resources
- "Gandeng BUMN Singapura, Jababeka Kembangkan Kendal Industrial Park," Jawa Barat, 5/5/2014
- "Kembangkan Kendal Industrial Park, Jababeka akan Bangun PLTU ," CNN Indonesia, 13 July 2015
- Kendal Industrial Park, Sembcorp, accessed September 2015
- "Excellent Infrastructure," Kendal Industrial Park, accessed May 2016
- "Jababeka to Build 810 MW Power Plant in Kendal Industrial Park," TPP, October 30, 2017