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Indonesia’s PLN invites bids for Lombok 130-150 MW GECC power plant

JAKARTA ( – State electricity company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN0 is inviting interested parties to take part in the bidding process for the Lombok Combined Cycle Power Plant (GECC/GTCC) project with capacity of 130-150 megawatts (MW). The project is part of the government’s 35,000 MW acceleration program.

PLN invites bidders for the design, execution and completion of the the power plant.  The power plant is located in  Tanjung Karang village, Ampenan Subdistrict, Mataram District, West Nusa Tenggara.

The power plant will be generated by gas turbine aeroderivative/heavy duty and steam turbine or gas engine and steam turbine.

PLN said the scope of the works shall be on full EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) Fixed Lumpsum basis except for the piling works will be on the unit price basis. The works comprise of design, manufacture, inspection and testing at manufacture facility, packing, shipment, insurance, customs clearance, delivery to the site, unloading, storing and handling at site, complete erection, on-site testing and commissioning, performance testing, operation and maintenance during testing and commissioning, warranty  and inspection prior to final acceptance of a complete plant.

PLN said it will finance the project using 30 percent equity and 70 percent debt. An export credit agency shall cover at least 50 percent of the debt financing. Bidders shall propose the prospective lender who will cover the loan without guarantee from the government of Indonesia and non-collateral.

PLN sets registration date on Feb. 15-April 14, 2016. the proposal shall be submitted in one original, one copy and one electronic copy by hand no later than 15.00 p.m. local time on april 15, 2016.

Following is the detail of the tender:




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