PLTU Cilacap power station
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PLTU Cilacap power station is a proposed 5,000-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Central Java, Indonesia.
The map below shows the location of Cilacap, the approximate location for not the proposed power station.
Background on Plant
PLTU Cilacap power station is a proposed 5,000 MW power station in Cilacap by PT Jawa Energy. The initial phase is for 2,000 MW by 2018, and 3,000 MW by 2021-2022.
As of November 2014 the company was still seeking a permit for the land.
Construction was planned to begin in 2015, but in February 2015 it was reported that the project would likely be delayed due to licensing issues with the Ministry of Agricultural and Spatial / National Land Agency (BPN).
- Sponsor: PT Jawa Energi Baru (PT Jawa Energy)
- Parent company: Siemens of Germany (50%), YTL Power International and Marubeni Corporation (35%), and PT Bumipertiwi Tatapradipta of Indonesia (15%)
- Location: Bunton Village, Adipala District, Cilacap Regency, Central Java, Indonesia
- Coordinates: -7.733333, 109 (approximate)
- Status: Pre-permit development
- Capacity: 5,000 MW (Units 1-5: 1,000 MW)
- Type: Ultra-supercritical
- Start date:
- Phase I, Units 1-2: 2018
- Phase II, Units 3-5: 2021-2022
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Articles and resources
- Muhammad Khamdi Selasa, "LTU Cilacap: PT Jawa Energi Tunggu Izin Penetapan Lokasi," Industri, 11/11/2014
- " Development of Cilacap Steam Power Plant Delayed from Licensing Matter," Indonesia Daily Business, February 24, 2015 (subscription required)
- "About," Jawa Power website, accessed February 2015