Socio-Energy-Environmental Management in West Bali: A Case Study of Gilimanuk Gas-Turbine Power Plant, Indonesia


This paper mainly presents about Environmental Management, taking into account energy and societal aspects, of Gilimanuk Gas-Turbine Power Plant (GTPP), West Bali ā€“ Indonesia. Currently Gilimanuk GTPP is a stand-by unit for electricity back-up in Java ā€“ Madura ā€“ Bali (JaMaLi) interconnection grid system. For the last couple years, Gilimanuk GTPP is not fully operational, which has challenged to maintain environmental aspects of Gilimanuk GTPP as a beyond compliance initiatives without focusing on profit. Above all the current situation, Gilimanuk GTPP still require some natural resources, such as produced water, primary energy (high speed diesel), and for domestic activity. As for consequences on resource utilization, impact to the environment is a must to reduce. So, this paper proposes several programs to maintain environmental preservation particularly in West Bali area. The objectives of this paper are to share 3 (three) fundamental efforts on resource conservation: (1) technical innovation for energy efficiency and emission reduction; (2) waste minimization for water resource and wastewater management, also hazardous and non-hazardous waste responsibility; and (3) sustainable biodiversity conservation surrounding community development area. Some items has implemented, monitored and evaluated periodically, while other programs remained in design and planning which will be applied in the middle to end year of 2017.

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Dewi Permatasari, Environmental Professional-Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy, Indonesia
I GAN Subawa Putra, PT Indonesia Power UP Bali, Indonesia
I Nyoman Purwakanta, PT Indonesia Power UP Bali - Unit PLTG Gilimanuk, Indonesia

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Conference: ECSEE2017
Stream: Economic Sustainability: Sustainable Businesses and CSR

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