Teluk Sirih power station
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Teluk Sirih power station is a 224-megawatt (MW) coal-fired station in West Sumatra Province, Indonesia.
The map below shows the plant, in Bungus Teluk Kabung District, Padang City, West Sumatra Province.
Background on Plant
Sea turtles have become trapped in the plant's water intake valves due to the plant's failure to install a buffer zone between the valve and the ocean.
- Sponsor: PT PLN Persero
- Parent company: PT PLN Persero
- Location: Bungus Teluk Kabung District, Padang City, West Sumatra Province, Indonesia
- Coordinates: -1.07655, 100.3724 (approximate)
- Status: Operating
- Gross Capacity: 224 MW (Units 1 & 2: 112 MW)
- Type: Circulating fluidized bed
- Start date: 2013
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- Source of financing: China Development Bank (CDB) and the Association of Regional Banks (Asbanda)
Articles and resources
- "PLN: More Coal Please" Tempo.co, February 5, 2014.
- "West Sumatra’s Teluk Sirih 2×112 MW coal-fired power plant is expected to be operational by July 2013" Salva Report, March 8, 2013.
- Dozens of turtles are trapped in the reservoir of Teluk Sirih PLTU, there are videos, Mongabay, Mar. 31, 2018
- Tahukah Anda Bagaimana Sistem Kerja PLTU Teluk Sirih?, Klikpositif, Apr. 28, 2017