PT. Jawa Power owns a 1,220 MW coal fired power station located at the Paiton power generation complex in East Java, Indonesia. Jawa Power is one of the largest IPPs in Indonesia with a 30-year power purchase agreement with PT. PLN (Persero), the state-owned electric utility company. The power station supplies electricity into the Java-Bali 500 kV grid, which is owned and operated by PLN.
The power station began construction in 1996 and entered commercial operation in 2000.
Jawa Power is owned by Siemens of Germany (50 %), YTL Power International and Marubeni Corporation (35%), and PT. Bumipertiwi Tatapradipta of Indonesia (15%). The design, Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) and commissioning start-up of the power station was undertaken by a consortium led by Siemens. YTL Power International’s wholly-owned subsidiary, PT YTL Jawa Timur, is the O&M operator for Jawa Power.
Jawa Power is the only coal-fired power station in Indonesia which has received PROPER GOLD Award from the Ministry of Living Environment and Forestry (KLHK)
To become a power generating company which maintains high standards of environmental care and sustainable development to community.
To realize our vision, we are committed to the following missions to bring benefits to all stakeholders:
- To optimize use of natural resources and to reduce plant emission, and to maintain plant’s reliability and availability;
- To consistently focus on our corporate social responsibility’s activities through education, public health enhancement, and community empowerment;
- To be a trusted partner to all stakeholders by practicing high standards of corporate governance and in compliance with the prevailing laws and regulations;
- To be leading in power industry and improving the energy sector.