Jakarta, AEAI News – Pada hari Rabu, 2 Oktober 2019, Majalah Listrik Indonesia mengadakan wawancara eksklusif dengan Asosiasi Energi Angin Indonesia (AEAI) yang bertempat di Kantor Taman Kav. E3.3 Blok C9 Menara Anugrah, Kawasan Mega Kuningan Jakarta. Wawancara berjalan selama kurang lebih satu jam, mulai Pukul 09:00 WIB – ± 10:00 WIB dengan narasumber Pak Agung Hermawan, Ketua AEAI dan Pak Ifnaldi Sikumbang, Sekretaris Jendral AEAI.
Perbincangan dalam wawancara berhubungan dengan awal terbentuknya AEAI, kontribusi dalam perkembangan energi baru terbarukan di Indonesia sampai dengan perkembangan tenaga angin di Indonesia. AEAI terbentuk pada akhir tahun 2014, kehadirannya diminta oleh Ditjen EBTKE. Menurut Pak Agung, diawal pendirian AEAI, asosiasi fokus dengan usulan dan draft Peraturan Mentri (Permen) FiT PLTB, namun akhirnya pembahasan FiT PLTB dihentikan oleh pemerintah, karena Permen Permen FiT yang sudah ada yaitu untuk PLTMH, PLTBg, PLTBm, PLTS tidak jalan, PLN tidak berkenan dengan Permen FiT.
Menurut data dari AEAI, perkembangan energi di Indonesia baik dan menjanjikan, disamping perbaikan regulasi harga yang sedang berlangsung, ada sejumlah indikasi positif perkembangan PLTB di Indonesia yaitu:
• Ada 2 PLTB yang sudah beroperasi di Indonesia yaitu; PLTB Sidrap 75 MW, COD pada bulan Juli 2018 dan PLTB Jeneponto 60 MW yang dalam tahap komisioning dan akan segera COD.
• Terdapat 13 proyek PLTB dalam RUPTL PLN 2019 – 2028 dengan total kapasitas 855 MW, status FS dan atau proses perizinan
• Dalam Road Map PLTB teridentifikasi 26 lokasi yang sudah dilakukan pengukuran dengan potensi terukur sekitar 1470 MW.
• Total potensi berdasar RUEN adalah 60 GW dengan target terpasang 1.8 GW pada tahun 2025
• Teknologi wind turbin sekarang yang mendukung pemanfaatan energi angin di area dengan kecepatan angina rendah-sedang seperti di Indonesia
• Capex PLTB yang turun secara signifikan (harga wind turbin dan batterai/storage) turun secara significant
Pada waktu dekat, AEAI akan mengadakan Musyawarah Nasional (Munas) ke-2 pada bulan November 2019. Ada beberapa perusahaan ternama yang terdaftar sebagai anggota AEAI seperti Pertamina Power Indonesia, RBPN, PT. Awina Sinergi International, PT. Radian, dan perusahaan lain yang bergerak dan ingin masuk ke dunia EBT yang berhubungan dengan PLTB.
[Teks : Andre Fransisco, Sumber : AEAI]
In July 2019 at the request of the Director General of Electricity, the Indonesian Wind Energy Association (AEAI) submitted an input regarding the purchase price of electricity by PLN from the PLTB ( Wind Power Plant ) Furthermore, at the end of July 2019, AEAI also delivered a letter to the Director General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (EBTKE) about the explanation of the letter sent to the DJK and requested the EBTKE Directorate to support the proposal.
AEAI proposes that the price of PLTB electricity based on economics is in line with Law No. 30/2007 on Energy that the price of energy (including electricity) is determined by considering reasonable benefits for the developer (IPP) and a fair price for the user.
There are at least 4 things that need to be coordinated so that the EBT target in the national energy mix is 23.5% in 2025 and 31% in 2050 in which the PLTB will contribute 1.8 GW in 2025 and 22.8 GW in 2050 can be achieved namely;
- Coordination to overcome the current regulatory constraints on PLTB electricity prices
- Coordination of the utilization of EBT in order to achieve the Greenhouse Gas emission reduction target
- Coordination preparing for electricity in Era 4.0 where the role of wind and solar intermittent energy and supporting technologies such as Battery / energy storage systems become more important
- Coordination in order to complete 100% electrification based on renewable energy.
The two letters of AEAI are
a. AEAI letter to the Directorate General of Electricity (DJK) (click here to view)
b. AEAI letter to the Directorate General of New and Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (EBTKE) (click here to view)
According to the Chairman of the AEAI Agung Hermawan, the latest development of the proposals submitted to all associations in the field of renewable energy, the government will issue a Presidential Regulation on the price of electricity from renewable energy to replace Ministerial Regulation No. 50/2017.
In this Perpres there will be price improvements, but it is still difficult to predict the government's response in 2 other aspects namely the procurement mechanism and BOOT issues
Leading renewable energy consultancy and service provider, Natural Power, is to act as technical advisor to a consortium of Japanese investors led by Sojitz Corporation (“Sojitz”) for the agreement of a significant equity position with international wind farm developer WPD on the Yunlin Offshore Wind Park.
The transaction will see Sojitz and its consortium participate as a co-owner in the project right through construction and into operations for the 640MW offshore wind farm in Taiwan. The project will sell power to Taiwan Power Company over a 20-year term with a feed-in tariff scheme under Taiwan’s Renewable Energy Development Act.
Kotaro Kato, Project Coordinator, Sojitz Corporation, said: “This represents Sojitz’s first entry into offshore wind and we believe that offshore wind power has the greatest potential for growth in Japan in years to come. This investment represents the first expansion of the company’s renewable energy business into offshore.
“Through participation in this project, Sojitz not only achieves immediate investment objectives but also acquires the expertise to contribute to the expansion of offshore wind industry domestically in years to come.”
Kotaro continues: “Given this was our first investment in offshore, we were heavily reliant on our technical advisor, Natural Power, and were delighted with the expertise, knowledge and support throughout the acquisition – ultimately leading to a successful transaction for Sojitz and WPD.”
Paul Concannon, Senior Project Manager in Natural Power’s Dublin office, acted as Lead Technical Advisor to Sojitz and its consortium for the transaction. He said: “We were delighted to support Sojitz on this exciting investment and to be active in the Taiwanese offshore market since mid-2018. This is a burgeoning market and to be working to support the first-mover projects in what is a new industry for Taiwan, is really exciting and has led to an increasing presence for Natural Power in the market.”
Natural Power’s global due diligence team provides services throughout all stages of the transaction cycle across renewable energy technologies, from initial risk assessment and reporting in early transaction stages through to comprehensive reporting for credit-committee or data room presentation at final bid stage or financial close.
Jakarta, Sept,16,2019 aeai.news.
CEO of PT Hywind Energy Solution Chandra Soemitro who is also the Chairperson of the AEAI Advisory Board said that the Kedumbul 3 MW PLTB in East Sumba
was ready to begin construction. Curent status is still in KKP (feasibility study) by the NTT Regional PLN
Chandra described the work and preparations that have been completed namely; Feasibility Studies, Grid Interconnection Studies, EIA, Land have been released and financing is also ready. Regarding the choice of turbines, still considering the Enercon Turbine from the Netherlands or Lagerweij from Germany. So now we are just waiting for the green light from PLN when the Kedumbul 3 MW PLTB project can be executed because there is no problem with the price, the price we expect is in accordance with the current regulation namely Permen ESDM no 50/2017 (BPP scheme).
Kedumbul PLTB is part of the SII program that aims to provide reliable energy access on the island of Sumba through the development of renewable energy, which involves a variety of stakeholders both at central, regional and international levels.
Chandra was grateful that PT Hywind's CSR program in Kedumbul village had been running smoothly this year. CSR of PT Hywind provide 3 small hybrid systems consist of 1 kwp wind turbine, 1 kwp solar PV, battery and its grid. Those system produce around 20kwh/day electricity and lightening around 90 houses at 3 separate districts in Kedumbul village. This CSR program began by providing training to 2 youngs people from Kedumbul village in the Hywind office in Jakarta and also facilitating YBMU-AEAI training in Lembang, West Bandung Regency for 2 months
Jakarta, Sept 16, 2019 aeai.news
Of the PLTB installed capacity target of 1.8 GW by 2025, currently 30 projects have been developed and are being prepared with a total capacity of around 1.6 GW. 147 MW of them have been installed, namely the 75 MW Sidrap PLTB, mid 2018 COD and the 72 MW Jeneponto PLTB which will be COD later this year, besides that, around 2 MW of small-scale non-commercial PLTB has been installed.
Master Plan of Power Supply (RUPTL) 2019 - 2028 provides opportunities for the development of 853 MW PLTP projects in dozens of projects spread across Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Nusa Tenggara, 7 projects already and are in the process of KKP (operational feasibility study and financial feasibility study) by PLN, i.e.
1. South Kalimantan, Barito system, PLTB Tanah Laut, 30 MW, target COD 2021
2. West Java, Java Bali system, 100 MW, 2022.
3. East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), Timor system, 10 MW, 2022.
4. Banten, Java Bali system, 100 MW, 2022.
5. Central Java, Java Bali system, 60 MW, 2022.
6. NTT, Timor, 10 MW, 2023.
7. NTT, East Sumba, 3 MW
Three projects that have been completed at the KKP stage, namely PLTB Tanah Laut, 30 MW, PLTB West Java, 100 MW and PLTB NTT 10 MW, are being prepared for tender documents. Furthermore, the project developer will be determined through the direct selection mechanism by PLN.
East Sumba PLTB 3 MW is the only small scale PLTB or capacity below 10 MW which is being developed now, the direct selection process will be carried out by the NTT Regional PLN
This update is sourced from the Indonesian wind energy road map which is now in the finalization stage, IPPs or prospective IPPs that may not have been covered can inform the status of their project / survey activities to the Directorate of Energy EBTKE or through AEAI
ABOITIZ Power Corp. said Friday that a unit signed a deal to buy for around $46 million a Vietnamese company with a 39.4-megawatt (MW) onshore wind power facility.
In a disclosure to the stock exchange, AboitizPower said a share purchase agreement was signed by its wholly owned subsidiary AboitizPower International Pte. Ltd., which will buy 100% of Mekong Wind Pte. Ltd. from Armstrong Southeast Asia Clean Energy Fund Pte. Ltd.
Pada tanggal 22 Agustus, 2019 bertempat di Gedung B2TKE BPPT dikawasan PUSPIPTEK berlangsung diskusi lanjutan Road Map Energi Angin.
Pada pertemuan kali dibahas draft terakhir yang sudah dirangkum oleh Tim Road Map Energi Angin, Rapat mengidentifikasi sejumlah tantangan dalam pemanfaatan energi angin untuk pembangkit listrik antara lain; jumlah potensi angin terukur masih jauh dibawah target road map, regulasi tentang harga listrik PLTB dan sumber pendanaan.
Selanjutnya untuk penyusunan aksi detil untuk pencapaian target road map dibentuk tiga tim pokja yaitu; Pokja Potensi dan Teknologi, Pokja Regulasi dan Pokja Keekonomian & Pendanaan.
Hadir dalam diskusi ini sekitar 30 orang dari, Ditjen EBTKE, Ditjen DJK, BPPT – B2TKE, LIPI, Asosiasi Energi Angin Indonesia (AEAI , )Masyarakat Energi Angin Indonesia ( MEAI ) dan sejumlah pengembang; UPC Renewables, Vena Indonesia, Pace Energi dan Hywind Energy Solution.
Work to install a prototype of GE Renewable Energy's Haliade-X 12MW wind turbine is progressing, with a ceremonial ground-breaking ceremony taking place Monday in Maasvlakte, Rotterdam. The event was organized by Future Wind and marks the beginning of preparatory activities to host the offshore wind turbine at the site.
Construction of the turbine's foundations began earlier this year. Its nacelle, blades and tower prototype parts will arrive later this summer. In January 2019, GE Renewable Energy signed an agreement with Future Wind, a joint venture between SIF Holding Netherlands and Pondera Development, to install the prototype.
KUTA, BALI - A number of business entities are currently preparing New Energy and Renewable Energy (EBT) projects on Sumba Island, East Nusa Tenggara, in order to succeed the Sumba Island Development Program as Renewable Energy Iconic Island (Sumba Iconic Island / SII).
This was stated by the Director General of New, Renewable and Energy Conservation (EBTKE), Rida Mulyana at the 13th Plenary Meeting of the SII Program which took place in Kuta, Bali on October 24-26 2018.
One of the renewable energy projects is currently being prepared by PT Hywind a member of AEAI (Indonesia Wind Energy Association) with a 3 Mega Watt (MW) Wind Power Plant (PLTB) in Kadumbul, East Sumba.
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