|Investment Value||:||IDR 33.4 Trillion|
|Funding Scheme||:||State budget with foreign loan|
|Location||:||South Sumatera, Lampung, Banten, and Jawa Barat|
|Project Owner||:||PT PLN|
|Target Construction Date||:||Postponed|
|Commercial Operation Date||:|
High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) is a construction project of transmission system that connects Sumatra and Java. The system will be utilized to transmit electricity from Mine-Mouth Coal-Fired Power Plant 8, 9, and 10 in South Sumatra to Java Island.
HVDC is a ~742 km transmission project and its implementation needs ~300 ha land. HVDC transmission has the capacity to transmit 3,000 MW power from Sumatra to Java and vice versa. It aims to improve the capacity of electricity supply on Sumatra and Java, and to reduce power generation costs by optimizing the abundant low grade coal on Sumatra Island.