Coal-fired power plant construction costs

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Banten Serang power station

  • Capacity: 660 MW
  • Total cost: US$1 billion[1]
  • Cost per kW: US$1,515

Central Java Power Project

  • Capacity: 2 x 950 MW
  • Notes: Originally the project was estimated to cost US$3.2 billion. In October 2013, Boy Garibaldi Thohir, president director of Adaro Energy, said that the cost of the project had risen significantly. Boy declined to state an exact figure but said that the total was not more than $5 billion. The cost increases have delayed the financial closing of the project.[2] In 2015 the cost was estimated at US$4 billion.[3]

Cilacap Sumber power station

  • 1000 MW (Unit 4)
  • US$1.389 billion
  • Notes: Unit 4 entered construction in October 2016.[4]

Indramayu power station

  • 2 x 1000 MW (Units 4 and 5)
  • US$4 billion[5]

Pekanbaru Tenayan power station

  • 2 x 110 MW (Units 1 and 2)
  • Rp 2.65 trillion.[6]

Tanjung Jati B power station

  • Units 5 & 6
  • 2 x 1070 MW
  • 500 billion yen[7]

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References

  1. Michael Agustinus, "PLTU Banten 660 MW Resmi Beroperasi Mei 2017," detikFinance, 3 January 2017
  2. Retno Ayuningtyas, "Investment for Central Java Power Plant to Soar," Jakarta Globe, October 17, 2013
  3. Raras Cahyafitri, "Construction of Batang power plant to start end of this month," The Jakarta Post, April 08 2015
  4. Michael Agustinus, "PLTU 'Raksasa' di Cilacap Rp 18,2 T Mulai Dibangun," Cybernews, October 12, 2016
  5. Muhammad Idris, "PLTU Indramayu Project 2x1.000 MW Financed by Japanese Loan Rp 53 T," detikFinance, 29 March 2017
  6. "PLTU Tenayan kicks off commercial operation," RambuEnergy, 19 December 2016
  7. "Tanjung Jati B coal-fired power plant Unit 5 & 6 Expansion Project (2,000MW)," Sumitomo, December 21, 2015

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