Sulbagut-1 power station

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{{#badges:CoalSwarm|Navbar-Indonesiacoal}} Sulbagut-1 power station is a 100-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant proposed in Gorontalo Province, North Sulawesi Indonesia.


The satellite photo below shows the location of the project in Tanjung Village, Tomilito Subdistrict, Gorontalo Province, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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Background on Plant

Sulbagut-1 power station comprises two 50 MW units. In July 2016 PT GLP of coal miner PT Toba Bara Sejahtra Tbk said it had won the tender for the project through the country's Independent Power Producer (IPP) scheme, and had signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the State Utility PT Perusahaan. Land procurement was underway in November 2016, and construction is planned for July 2017. Coal would be supplied domestically.[1]

In July 2017, GLP announced that it had completed final financing for the project and that the project would be complete by mid-2020.[2] The PT PLN 2018-2027 plan lists Unit 1 with a completion date of 2020 and Unit 2 with a completion date of 2021.[3]

In September 2018 it was reported that land acquisition and land clearing for the project was complete and that pre-construction development was proceeding.[4] According to GLP the plant will be built in Tanjung Karang Village, Tomilito Subdistrict, Gorontalo Untara Province.[5]

In October 2018 construction began on the project.[6] The 2019-2028 long-range plan lists the two units as entering operation in 2020 and 2021.[7]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: PT Gorontalo Listrik Perdana (GLP)
  • Parent company: PT Toba Bara Sejahtra Tbk (60%); PT Toba Sejahtra (20%); Shanghai Electric Power Construction Co. Ltd. (20%)
  • Location: Tanjung Village, Tomilito Subdistrict, Gorontalo Province, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
  • Coordinates: 0.9426981, 122.9415754 (exact)
  • Status: Pre-permit development
  • Gross Capacity: Units 1 and 2: 2 x 50 MW
  • Type: Subcritical
  • Start date: Unit 1: 2020; Unit 2: 2021
  • Coal Type:
  • Coal Source: Domestic
  • Source of financing: Bank Mandiri

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