SERD starts commercial operations of geothermal plant in Indonesia

SERD starts commercial operations of geothermal plant in Indonesia

11 Jan 2022

Supreme Energy Rantau Dedap (SERD) has begun commercial operation of the 91.2MW phase 1 of the Rantau Dedap geothermal power plant in Indonesia.

The company is a joint venture of Indonesia-based Supreme Energy, Engie, Marubeni and Tohoku Electric Power.

The joint venture has invested US$700m in the construction of the geothermal power plant, which is located in Muara Enim Regency, Lahat Regency and Pagar Alam in the province of South Sumatra.

The output generated by the geothermal power plant will be sent to the PLN (Persero) Sumatra grid to support the reliable supply of electricity in the Sumatra region. PLN signed a 30-year power purchase agreement with SERD.

The geothermal plant is expected to contribute to Indonesian government’s plans to increase renewable energy up to 23% by 2025.

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