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RELIABILITY OF INDONESIA ELECTRIFICATION INFRASTRUCTURERELIABILITY OF INDONESIA ELECTRIFICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCESDIRECTORATE GENERAL OF ELECTRIFICATION

Presented by

Hasril NuzaharHasril NuzaharDirector for Electrification Program Advancement

In the agenda:

Annual Meeting on National Energy ManagementJakarta, 3rd December 2012

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PRESENTATION OUTLINEPRESENTATION OUTLINE1. Posture of Economic Corridor in MP3EI 2011 20252. Illustration of Economic Corridor in MP3EI3. Policy of Electrification Sector4. Condition of Electric Power Supply Today5. Projection of Indonesia Electricity Requirement6. Realization of Electrification Ratio7. National Electric Power Supply Infrastructure8. Power Plant Development Plan9. Prediction of Electrification System Condition in the Next 10 Years10. Development of Transmission and Distribution Network11. Investment Requirement12. Energy Mix Target of Electric Power Generation13. Electrification Development Priority until 202014. Obstacles in Electric Power Supply Infrastructure Development

ESDM for Peoples Welfare

ESDM untuk Kesejahteraan Rakyat

Development of economic corridor requires a very great supply ofelectric power. To support MP3EI, an additional power plantcapacity of around 90.000 MW is required from 2011 to 2025

1. Sumatra Corridor Center ofNational Production andProcessing of AgriculturalProducts and Energy Barn

2. Java Corridor Stimulus ofNational Industry and Service

3. Kalimantan Corridor Center ofNational Production andProcessing of Mining Products &Energy Barn

4. Sulawesi Corridor Center ofNational Production andProcessing of Agricultural,Plantation, Fishery, Oil and Gasand Mining

5. Bali Lesser Sundas CorridorNational Tourism Gate and FoodSupport

6. Papua Maluku IslandsCorridor Center of NationalFood, Fishery, Energy and MiningDevelopment

PosturPosture of Economic Corridor ine of Economic Corridor in MP3EI 2011MP3EI 2011--20252025

Mega Economic Center

Economic Center

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Illustration of Economic Corridor inIllustration of Economic Corridor in MP3EI 2011MP3EI 2011 -- 20252025

Electricity plays the role as one of the supporters of economic corridor developmentESDM for Peoples Welfare

PKE: Indonesia economic corridor development is the main economic activity in the economic growth centers provided with connectivity confirmation between economic centers andlocations of main activity activities and their support facilities.

Main ConnectivityConnecting economiccenters (actual andpotential)

SupportingInfractructuresHarbor, energy, etc.

Economic CenterCommercial and TradeCenter (provincecapital city)

Support ConnectivityConnecting focus sector to supportinfrastructures

Focus sectorsSectors prioritized inEconomic Corridor

KEK proposed areas willestablish a new node or beintegrated with the existing

nodes/hubs Special Economic Area

Electricity, Water and Optic Fibre

Sea Port and Airport

Development ofElectricity, Water and OpticFiber

Support Connectivity

Main Connectivity

Industry Cluster

Economic Center

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Additional Power Plant Capacities untilAdditional Power Plant Capacities until 20202020to Supportto Support MP3EIMP3EI

MP3EIMP3EI

ByBy PLNPLN: FTP I : 9.361 MW FTP II : 3.757 MW Regular Program : 18.302 MW

TOTAL : 31.370 MW

By PrivateBy Private: IPP in FTP II : 6.290 MW IPP in PPP : 5.060 MW *) IPP Regular Program : 12.725 MW

TOTAL : 23.975 MW

Required Power

*) including PLTA Karama 450 MW, West Sulawesi

55.79555.795MWMW

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Policy of Electrification SectorPolicy of Electrification Sector(Based on Law 30/2009on Electrification)(Based on Law 30/2009on Electrification)

q Objective of Electrification DevelopmentTo secure the availability of electric power in adequate quantity, goodquality and fair price in order to increase peoples welfare and prosperityjustly and evenly and to materialize sustainable development (Article 2paragraph (2)).

q Utilization of Primary Energy Sources Primary energy sources available domestically and/or originated from

overseas should be utilized optimally according to the National EnergyPolicy to secure sustainable electric poser supply (Article 6 paragraph(1)). Utilization of primary energy sources available domestically is prioritized

for requirement of national electrification (Article 6 paragraph (3)).

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q Installed Capacities: 43,528 MW (PLN 73%, IPP 23%, and PPU 4%)q Ratio of Electrification: 74,60%q Energy mix of electric power generation: Coal 51%, Gas 22%, BBM

16%, Water 6%, Geothermal 5%q Investment of Electrification Sector: USD 9,6 miliar per annum

INSTALLED CAPACITY

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012PPU 1,321 1,354 1,414 1,414 1,448 1,704 1,729IPP 5,012 5,835 6,017 6,179 6,197 7,667 9,856PLN 23,355 23,664 24,031 24,366 26,338 30,529 31,943

INSTALLED CAPACITIES Investment Requirement(based on RUKN Draft 2010-2029)

MillionUSD

Note:RUKN : National Electrification General Plan

Condition of Electric Power Supply TodayCondition of Electric Power Supply Today

29.688 30.85331.462 31.959

33.983

39.900

43.528

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Power plant

Distribution network

Transmission net workand main power house

FACILITIES OutsideJAMALI

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Assumption (average in 20 years) : Economic growth : 6,9 % Population growth : 1,4 % Reserve Margin : 35 %

Projection results (average in 20 years) : Electric power growth : 9,5 %/tahun Additional power requirement : 7.816 MW/tahun

Electricity consumption in 2010 is around 743kWh/capita, increasing to around 788 kWh/capital in2011.

*) Installed capacities that are decreasing (derating)

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029

Kebutuhan tambahan daya 4 8 12 16 20 25 30 36 42 48 54 62 70 79 89 100 112 125 140 156

Kapasitas Existing *) 30 30 29 28 28 27 26 26 25 24 24 23 23 22 22 22 21 21 20 20

Beban Puncak 26 28 31 33 36 39 42 46 50 54 58 64 69 76 83 91 99 109 119 131

Kebutuhan Tenaga Listrik 145 157 169 183 198 215 233 253 274 298 325 353 385 419 458 500 546 597 653 716

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Additional power requirement(GW)Existing Capacity*) (GW)

Peak Load (GW)

Electric Power Requirement(TWh)

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Aceh89,28% Sumut

86,25%

Sumbar80,19%

Riau77,53%

Sumsel65,21%

Bengkulu68,45%

Babel90,03%

Lampung66,57%

Jakarta99,9%

Banten78,54%

Jabar74,08%

Jateng78,46%

Jambi68,53%

DIY76,54%

Jatim73,53%

Bali72,44%

NTB50,95%

NTT47,11%

Kalbar85,36%

Kalteng55,35%

Kalsel73,91%

Kaltim73,07%

Sulut74,98%

Gorontalo56,93%

Sulteng64,04%

Sultra66,36%

Sulsel79,71%

Malut63,50%

Maluku67,51%

Papua31,41%

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> 60 %

41 - 60 %

20 - 40 %

Sulbar88,65%

Kepri72,69%

Papua Barat62,93%

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Sep 2012 2012 2013 2014RasioElektrif ikasi

63% 64,3% 65,1% 65,8% 67,2% 72,95% 74,60% 75,30% 77,65% 80,0%

TargetRealisasi

Realization of Electrification RatioRealization of Electrification Ratio((untiluntil September 2012)September 2012)

Realization Target

Electrification Ratio

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: Existing transmission network

: Planned transmission network

: Power generation POWER PLANT INSTALLED CAPACITY:POWER PLANT INSTALLED CAPACITY: 43.52843.528 MWMW LENGTH OF TRANSMISSION NETWORK :LENGTH OF TRANSMISSION NETWORK :-- 500 KV :500 KV : 55..052052 kmskms-- 275 KV :275 KV : 11..510510 kmskms-- 150 KV :150 KV : 2266..282282 kmskms-- 70 KV :70 KV : 4.4.457457 kmskms

LENGTH OF DISTRIBUTION NETWORK:LENGTH OF DISTRIBUTION NETWORK:-- JTM : 2JTM : 2888.719 kms8.719 kms-- JTR : 390JTR : 390..705705 kmskms

SUMATERA : Pembangkit: 7.310 MW (17%) 275 kV : 1.028 kms 150 kV : 8.597 kms 70 kV : 332 kms JTM : 79.472 kms JTR : 88.024 kms

JAMALI : Power Generation: 31.592 MW (73%) 500 kV : 5.052 kms 150 kV : 12.977 kms 70 kV : 3.474 kms JTM : 143.941 kms JTR : 237.297 kms

Lesser Sundas: Power Plant: 484 MW (1%) JTM : 8.468 kms JTR : 8.362 kms

KALIMANTAN : Power Plant: 1.833 MW (4%) 150 kV : 3.028 kms 70 kV : 528 kms JTM: 24.384 kms JTR: 23.382 kms

SULAWESI : Power Plant: 1.773 MW (4%) 275 kV: 482 kms150 kV : 2.988 kms 70 kV : 528 kms JTM: 24.925 kms JTR : 27.284 kms

PAPUA : Power Plant: 251 MW (0,6%) JTM : 2.718 kms JTR : 3.637 kms

MALUKU : Power Plant: 286 MW (0,7%) JTM : 4.813 kms JTR : 2.718 kms

q Total installed ca

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