PLN develops green energy business


SENEKO | PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) continues to develop its green energy business to support the development of the renewable economy.

The Executive Vice President (EVP) of PLN's Electricity System Planning, Edwin Nugraha Putra, said that PLN had done several things in providing green energy.

He emphasized that PLN remains committed to building new renewable energy power plants. Even though currently PLN is experiencing an over supply of electricity.

PLN noted that in the next few years the electricity supply will continue to grow, through the 35,000 Mega Watt (MW) mega project which is still ongoing. This will increase the oversupply of electricity in a number of areas such as the islands of Java, Bali and Sumatra.

"For example, with Pupuk Indonesia, we have mapped places that allow us to flow green energy. We are currently placing this and are currently in the process of seeing further how it is possible for the supply to enter industrial places," said Edwin at the KATADATA SAFE event. 2022, on Tuesday (23/8).

Ensuring the availability of green energy supply is also in line with PLN's 2025 target requested by the government to achieve 23 percent of new renewable energy. Of course, green energy development must be linked to industrial cooperation to supply electricity from PLN.

"The need for offtakers, such as fertilizer factories, and other industries. This will greatly help PLN in the midst of an oversupply of electricity," he said.

On the other hand, PLN is committed to regulating not to include fossil energy again when the load increases. He ensured that PLN had only completed the construction of 35,000 MW which began in 2015.

"Later on, we will fully serve new loads with renewable energy into the system. Broadly speaking, that's what we are doing," he said. (red)

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