Indonesia is the main market of Sumitomo Corporation (SC) Group for power related business. We remain true to our commitment of powering Indonesia.
SC Group is carrying out Power Plant Project of coal fired power and geothermal power stations. Tanjung Jati B is one of the biggest power plant complexes on Java Island and consists of 4 units of 660MW (total 2,640MW) coal fired power stations. SC Group solely owns this power plant complex and has the lease agreement with PLN which is the state-owned power utility on BLT (Build, Lease and Transfer) scheme. On top of that, SC Group has BOO (Build, Own and Operate) joint venture for two green-field geothermal power projects including underground steam resource development with Supreme Energy, an Indonesian energy company and ENGIE, a French IPP developer. Currently, the projects are in development stages and the first project Muara Laboh is expected to start its commercial operation in 2019. Two projects are located on Sumatera Island and have the maximum power generating capacity of 220MW each.
For equipment supply and EPC contracts, SC Group has a lot of experience in Indonesia regarding coal fired, gas fired, hydro and geothermal power stations. SC Group has been involved in power generating equipment supply for 47GW in total world-widely and in Indonesia SC Group is engaging in full turnkey basis EPC contracts as well as equipment supply.