Vol 7, No 8 (2016) > Civil Engineering >

Towards Self-sufficient Demand in 2030: Analysis of Life-cycle Cost for Indonesian Energy Infrastructure

Mohammed Ali Berawi, Perdana Miraj, Abdur Rohim Boy Berawi, Silvia Silvia, Fadin Darmawan

 

Abstract: In 2015, the government
of Indonesia launched the development of The 35,000 MW of power capacity. This
project is required to stimulate economic growth and production in Indonesia.
However, the project requires a huge financial investment, estimated to be
about US$ 90.90 billion. Considering this situation, the construction of
effective and efficient power plants based on energy potential in Indonesia is
necessary. This research proposes alternative power plant development based on
multiple linear regression and peak load analysis approaches. The results of
this research show that 33% of the total power plants will be constructed in
Java-Bali and the remaining 67% will be spread across Indonesia. Total energy
demand in Indonesia is estimated at about 47.345 MW, with a total investment
cost of about 1,813.32 trillion rupiah and operation and maintenance costs of about
289.13 trillion rupiahs per year. The research presented here also shows the
use of renewable energy power plants increasing from 27% to 34% compared to the
existing calculation.
Keywords: Energy; Financial analysis; Infrastructure; Planning

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