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Medco Ratch Power Riau and PLN signs a PPA for an IPP of the 275 MW Gas Fired Power Plant in the province of Riau
07.07.2016

 

Medco Ratch Power Riau  and PLN signs a Power Purchase Agreement for an Independent Power Producer of the 275 MW Gas Fired Power Plant in the province of Riau

PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (“PLN”) and the PT Medco Ratch Power Riau (“MRPR”); - which is the consortium company of PT Medco Power Indonesia (“MPI”) and the Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc (“RATCH”) of Thailand; - announced today the signing of a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for the Independent Power Producer (IPP) of the 275 MW Gas Fired Power Plant in the province of Riau.

MRPR was declared as the winner of the project plant in November 2016 following an open bidding by PLN in April 2015. The development of the IPP project will commence in 2017, and completion is expected within 36 months after the financial closure which is scheduled to take place 12 months after the PPA signing.

 

MPI and RATCH will be responsible to build and operate the Gas Fired Power Plant for 20 years in accordance with the Power Purchase Agreement. The gas fired source will be supplied by PLN. The source of funding for the project which is valued at USD 300 million, partly will be derived from the international finance institution.

Fazil E Alfitri, President Director of PT Medco Power Indonesia said "MPI are pleased to support the Provincial Government of Riau in providing a 275 MW IPP Project in Riau, as this will also support the Indonesian government’s program to develop 35.000 MW national power supply within 5 years (2014-2019). As an Indonesian company, we are pleased also to become a strategic partner with the Indonesian government to fulfill the electricity demand, and to acceleration national development. MPI remains committed to provide environment-friendly electricity through the application of advanced technology.