West Java Geothermal Update
Conference Proceedings: West Java Geothermal Update
Almost 30 years since Kamojang, the first geothermal power plant in Indonesia located in West Java, had produced 30 MWe electricity that makes West Java become “the oldest brother” for geothermal development in Indonesia. Now after 30 years, West Java geothermal development had been advanced with total Energy Sales Contract reach 2.295 MWe in 8 location and have been produce 47% or approximately 1.075 MW from Kamojang (200 MW), Darajat (271 MW), Salak (377 MW) and Wayang Windu (227 MW). The rest 1.222 MW were still develop like Kamojang V, Darajat III, Wayang Windu II, Patuha, and Karaha Bodas. Another location like Mt. Tampomas, Mt. Tangkuban Parahu and Cisolok Cisukarame was still in exploration phase. Beside that, there was Mt. Ciremai that in geothermal working area bidding process. Last but not least, there were 7 location priority in phase geological survey to prelimenary.This paper give us image of geothermal growth in West Java since his early exploration until now. Beside that, it will explain the regulation that support geothermal development and investment opportunity.
- Achmad Fadillah and Tubagus Nugraha And Jemmi Gumilar
- Thirty-Eighth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering; Stanford University; 2015/02/11
- Thirty-Eighth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, 2013
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Achmad Fadillah, Tubagus Nugraha And Jemmi Gumilar. 2013. West Java Geothermal Update. Proceedings of Thirty-Eighth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering; Stanford University: Thirty-Eighth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering.