Power Transmission Development Project

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Last updated: 23 Feb 2011

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The objective of the Power Transmission Development Project for Indonesia is to meet growing electricity demand and improve the reliability of electricity supply in Java and south-central Sumatra by strengthening the power transmission system. There are two components to the project, the first component being Java-Bali transmission substation expansion and construction. This component includes: expansion of four existing 500/150 kV and twenty to twenty-five existing 150/20 kV substations through the installation of new transformers and associated equipment; and construction of one new 150/20 kV substation, including two 60 MVA transformers, and installation of associated equipment. Finally, the second component is the South- Central Sumatra transmission substation upgrading and expansion. This component includes: upgrading of five (5) existing 150 kV substations through the installation of new transformers and associated equipment; and expansion of ten (10) to fifteen (15) existing 150/20 kV substations through the transformers and associated equipment. For a full list and to learn more details about the project, consult the procurement plan in the World Bank’s Project Website.
Project ID: P117323

 

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Posted: 31 January 2011, last updated 23 February 2011

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