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Indonesia’s PLN prequalifies firms for renewable energy power plants

JAKARTA ( – State electricity company PLN invites selected providers (DPT) for independent power producers (IPP) of renewable energy power plants.

As per Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Regulation No. 50/2017, the procurement process of IPP Renewable Energy Powerplants will be held with direct selection mechanism from a pool of qualified applicants listed on the Selected Providers (daftar penyedia terseleksi/DPT) that meet meet criteria on Pre-Qualificatino Questionnaire Document.

The projects to be offered are Solar PV, Hybrid Energy, Wind Energy, Biomasss, Biogas, Municiapal Waste and Tidak Wave. The projects will be implemented on build, own, operate and transfer (BOOT) scheme pursuant to a long term power plant agreement (PPA).

“PLN hereby invites interested parties who have intention to be qualified and included on Selected Providers List for development of IPP Renewable Energy Powerplants,” PLN said in a statement.

The interested parties have to submit application and state type of RE power plant that will be applied, in accordance with pre-qualification questionnaire document, it said.

The interested parties must demonstrate that they have experience in implementing at least one IPP contract, EPC contract and or O&M contract which has been completed within the last 10 years and achieve satisfactory records for one year operation for each unit of power plant.

PLN set registration date on Oct. 18-27 at PT PLN Head Office (c/o Chief of Procurement Committee for List of Selected Providers, Main Buildign 13 Floor, jl Jalan Trunojoyo Block MI/135, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta – ph. 021 7251234).

The application shall be submitted in one original, one copy and one electronic copy by hand not later than 15.00 pm, on Nov. 4, 2017. (*).

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