JAKARTA. The construction of the IPP Kendari-3 steam power plant (PLTU) owned by PT Dian Swastatika Sentosa Tbk is almost complete.
Secretary of PT Dian Swastatika Sentosa Tbk (DSSA), Susan Chandra revealed that the progress of the Kendari-3 PLTU IPP construction reached around 89% as of August 2018. “By the end of 2018, the progress of the Kendari-3 PLTU IPP development is targeted to reach 95%,” he told Kontan. .co.id, Wednesday (10/17).
Just so you know, the total investment cost of the Kendari-3 IPP PLTU located in South Konawe District, Southeast Sulawesi reaches around US $ 200 million. Until September 2018, the DSSA-coded issuer had absorbed about 72% of the total investment. The company owned by the Sinar Mas Group is targeting, Kendari-3 PLTU can operate in early 2019.
For information, Kendari-3 PLTU has a capacity of 2×50 megawatts (MW). This power plant will supply electricity to PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), with a 25-year agreement period. The Kendari-3 PLTU project uses the build, own, operate, transfer (BOOT) scheme.
In addition to the Kendari-3 PLTU construction, DSSA is also working on the construction of the Kalteng-1 power plant. Susan said, until August 2018 the development progress had reached 82%. “We are targeting the construction of the Kalteng-1 IPP power plant until the end of 2018 to reach 90%,” he said.
Susan explained the total investment cost of the Kalteng-1 IPP PLTU was around US $ 340 million. As of September 2018 the company has absorbed 51% of the total investment for the construction of the Kalteng-1 power plant IPP. This power plant located in Tumbang Kajuei, Central Kalimantan has a capacity of 2×100 MW.
In addition to the construction of power plants, recently through its subsidiary PT DSSA Mas Sejahtera, DSSA formed a new subsidiary. He said, the new subsidiary of DSSA was established to accommodate the possibility of the company to make new investments. Unfortunately, he still talks a little about this