The Kalimantan Selatan, Tengah and Timur network currently comprises two separate systems that are expected to be interconnected by the end of 2017. The Barito system is located in the southeast part of Kalimantan (in Kalimantan Selatan and Kalimantan Tengah provinces) while the Mahakam system occupies east Kalimantan (in Kalimantan Timur province).
At a Glance
|Operational systems:||Kalimantan Selatan & Tengah (Barito)
Kalimantan Timur (Mahakam)
|Operating voltages:||150kV, 70kV, 20kV, 0.4kV|
|Energy sales (2017):||7,494 GWh|
|Peak load (2016):||Barito: 552 MW
Mahakam: 429 MW
|Installed capacity (2016):||Barito: 710 MW
Mahakam: 761 MW
|Firm capacity (2016):||Barito: 665 MW
Mahakam: 482 MW
|Maximum reserve margin at peak load (2016):||Barito: 20.44%
|Base Generation Cost (2016):||Barito: 1,203 Rp/kWh
Mahakam: 1,357 Rp/kWh
Power Plant Fuel Mix
Fuel mix estimated based on firm capacity as at March 2017:
Kalimantan Selatan & Tengah (Barito):
Kalimantan Timur (Mahakam):
The Barito and Mahakam systems are currently separate standalone networks, although an interconnector (Tanjung-Kuaro-Petung-Kariangau) is currently under construction and is expected to be completed by the end of 2017.
This article is part of a series examining all of the major electricity networks in Indonesia. For more information and links to all of the articles, please refer to the overview page.