The PPTA consists in carrying out feasibility study for improvement of power supply in Bali and preparation of ensuing project. The study includes feasibility study of different options including (i) power generation in Bali, (ii) transmission of power from Java at 150 kilovolt (kV) level and (iii) transmission of power from Java at 500 kV level. The study also includes two sub options in case of transmission from Java to Bali to cross the Bali Strait by undersea cables or overhead transmission lines. The PPTA final report was submitted and proposed option was transmission of power from Java to Bali at 500 kV level with overhead crossing at the Bali Strait. This enables strengthening Java-Bali power transmission grid and meeting power demand growth in Bali Island.
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|Java-Bali 500 kV Power Transmission Crossing Project||Jan 2009|
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