President Teken Perpres Accelerated Development of Waste Processing Installation into Electricity Energy
By: Humas; Posted on: Apr 20, 2018; 18374 Views Category: News
PLTSaWith the consideration to reduce the volume of waste significantly for the cleanliness and beauty of the city, the government considers it necessary to accelerate the construction of Waste Processing into Electricity-Based Environmental Friendly Technology at certain provincial and regency / municipal areas.
Based on the consideration, on April 12, 2018, President Joko Widodo has signed the Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 35 of 2018 on the Acceleration of Waste Processing Installation into Electricity Based Eco-Friendly Technology (link: Perpres No. 35 of 2018).
In this Perpres affirmed, Waste Processing aims to improve public health and environmental quality, and to significantly reduce the volume of Waste for the cleanliness and beauty of the city and to make the waste as a resource, which is carried out integrated from downstream upstream through waste reduction and handling.
“Waste Management is implemented to get added value of Waste into electrical energy,” reads Article 2 paragraph (3) of this Presidential Regulation.
In the Waste Management as intended, according to this Presidential Decree, it is necessary to accelerate the construction of Waste Processing into Electricity-Based Energy-Friendly Technology, called PLTSa, through Waste Management which becomes the affairs of local government: a. DKI Jakarta Province; b. Tangerang City; c. South Tangerang City; d. Bekasi city; e. Bandung; f. Semarang city; g. Surakarta City; h. City of Surabaya; i. Makassar city; j. Denpasar City; k. Palembang city; and l. City of Manado.
The municipal government as referred to in this regulation shall be able to cooperate with the local government of the regency / municipality within 1 (one) province.
“Cooperation as intended can be done with the provincial government along Waste Management using provincial assets, carried out through cooperation agreements,” read Article 4 paragraph (1.2) of this Presidential Regulation.
In addition, according to this Presidential Regulation, local governments of districts / cities individually or together can partner in the implementation of Waste Management.
In accelerating the development of the PLTSa, according to this Presidential Regulation, the governor or mayor, may assign Regional Owned Enterprises (BUMD) or through a Business Entity competition.
“In the absence of a Business Entity interested or not passing the selection and no BUMD can afford to be assigned, the acceleration of PLTSa development can be done through assignment to State-Owned Enterprises by the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources on the proposal of the governor or mayor,” Article 6 paragraph (4) of this Presidential Regulation.
Affirmed in this Presidential Decree, Waste Management and Development PLTSa shall fulfill licensing in the field of environment and licensing in the field of electricity supply business in accordance with the provisions of legislation.
Purchase of Electricity
After assigning or establishing the Garbage Manager and Developer of PLTSa, according to this Presidential Regulation, the governor or mayor proposed to the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources to assign the purchase of PLTSa power by PT PLN (Persero).
The purchase price of electricity by PT PLN (Persero) in this Presidential Regulation is based on the amount of PLTSa capacity sold to PT PLN (Persero) with the following provisions: a. for capacity up to 20MW (megawatts) of 13.35 US cents / kWh interconnected in high voltage, medium voltage and low voltage networks; or b. for capacity greater than 20MW interconnected in high voltage or medium voltage network with calculation: Purchase Price (US cents / kWh) = 14.54 – (0.076 x of PLTSa capacity sold to PT PLN).
“The price of purchasing power by PT PLN (Persero) as intended includes the entire cost of network procurement from PLTSa to the power grid of PT PLN (Persero),” read Article 11 paragraph (2) of this Regulation.
The price stipulation as referred to, according to this Presidential Regulation, is exempted in the case of PLTSa development conducted through the assignment to SOEs.
“The sale of electricity to PT PLN (Persero) is the right of developers of PT PLTSa,” read Article 12 of this Perpres.
Regarding the funding for the acceleration of the development of PLTSa, in this Perpres mentioned, sourced from the Regional Budget (APBD), and can be supported by the State Budget (APBN), and / or other legitimate sources in accordance with the provisions of legislation .
The funding sourced from APBN, according to this Presidential Regulation, is used to Help the Cost of Waste Processing Services to the Regional Government, of which the maximum amount is Rp 500,000 (five hundred thousand rupiah)
per ton of garbage. Confirmed in this Presidential Regulation, the development of PLTSa prioritizes the use of domestic products in accordance with the provisions of legislation in the field of acceleration of electricity infrastructure development. Coordination Team In this Perpres mentioned, to support the implementation of accelerated development of PLTSa formed Coordination Team for Acceleration of Development PLTSa, which has the task of coordinating and supervising and providing the necessary assistance for the smooth acceleration of the implementation of the development of PLTSa. The Coordination Team as intended in this case is chaired by the Coordinating Minister of Marine Affairs. While Coordinating Minister for Economy as Vice Chairman, with members: 1. Deputy Ministry of Environment and Forestry; 2. Ministry of ESDM; 3. Kemendagri; 4. Ministry of PUPR; 5. Ministry of Finance; 6. Ministry of BUMN; 7. Ministry of Law and Human Rights; 8. Ministry of ATR / BPN; 9. Ministry of PPN / Bappenas; 10. The Cabinet Secretariat; 11. BKPM; 12. BPPT; and 13. LKPP “This Presidential Regulation shall come into force on the date of promulgation,” read Article 24 of Presidential Regulation No. 35 of 2018, which has been enacted by the Minister of Law and Human Rights Yasonna H. Laoly on April 16, 2018.