Abstract

The main problem of the electrical operational systems in Indonesia is how to maintain the continuity of effective and efficient services to the customers and meet the supply and demand for electrical power, particularly a lot of islands area in Indonesia are far distant from the power generation sources. Based on these problems, it is cleared that an electricity system is required for long-term solutions so that it can enhance the role of new and renewable energy, improve the electricity reliability and reduce the energy costs. Efficiency and effectiveness is expected to increase the sustainable electricity supply for remote and isolated area in Madura island by utilizing the available resources like potential solar energy as a new and renewable energy. The development of photovoltaic power plant is a fast and independent solution because the access and infrastructure in Madura island doesn't support yet for the conventional electrical facilities. System dynamics method is used to analyse the system by creating a scenario model to identify any factors and variables which affect the system. As the result of the scenario model, total demand for electricity supply in the 58 remote villages in Pamekasan is 24,935 MW, which cost Rp 632.812.500.000,- for the photovoltaic power plant investment. To complete the analysis feasibility in order to meet the fulfilment, it is also considered economics aspect with Payback Period, which is need 25 years to return the investment in optimistic scenario.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)232-238
Number of pages7
JournalProcedia Computer Science
Volume124
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event4th Information Systems International Conference 2017, ISICO 2017 - Bali, Indonesia
Duration: 6 Nov 20178 Nov 2017

Keywords

  • Demand
  • Electricity Supply
  • Electrification Ratio
  • Photovoltaic Power Plant
  • Scenario
  • System Dynamics

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