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PROJECT DESIGN DOCUMENT FORM

FOR SMALL-SCALE CDM PROJECT ACTIVITIES (F-CDM-SSC-PDD)
Version 04.1

PROJECT DESIGN DOCUMENT (PDD)

Title of the project activity
Version number of the PDD
Completion date of the PDD
Project participant(s)
Host Party(ies)
Sectoral scope(s) and selected methodology(ies)

Cikaso Hydroelectric Power Project in
Indonesia
version 02.3
02/04/2013
PT. Bumiloka Cikaso Energi (BCE)
Asuka Green Investment Co.,Ltd.
Indonesia
Sectoral Scope 1 : Energy industries
(renewable/non-renewable sources)
Methodology : AMS.I.D-Grid connected
renewable electricity generation (Version 17)

Estimated amount of annual average GHG
emission reductions

19,133 (t-CO2 e)

SECTION A. Description of project activity
A.1. Purpose and general description of project activity
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Cikaso small-scale hydroelectric power project (hereinafter referred to as “Cikaso SSHPP”) in Sukabumi,
West Java Province, Indonesia is a CDM project activity for electricity generation, exporting electricity
to the grid of PT PLN (Persero) (hereinafter referred to as “PLN”). Cikaso SSHPP, which is also referred
to as the “project activity”, is a run-of-river hydro power project on the Cikaso River. The project activity
is to be developed and operated by PT Bumiloka Cikaso Energi (hereinafter referred as to “BCE”).
The design capacity of Cikaso SSHPP is 5.3 MW generating average annual net electricity of
approximately 26,390 MWh which is to be delivered to Jawa-Madura-Bali grid (hereafter referred to as
“JAMALI grid”) owned by PLN.
The electricity generated by the project activity will displace part of electricity in the JAMALI grid
which would have otherwise been dominated by electricity generation from fossil fuel-fired power plants.
Therefore, the presence of Cikaso SSHPP would reduce greenhouse gases (hereafter referred as to
“GHG”) at an equivalent amount with that would have otherwise been emitted from the JAMALI grid
generation mix. The project activity is a renewable energy project and is a zero-emitted energy project.
The annual GHG emission reduction from the project activity will be 19,133 tCO2e.
The purpose of the project activity:
The purpose of the project activity is an electricity generation from a renewable hydro energy source for
exporting to the JAMALI grid to meet the demand for energy in the Java, Madura and Bali islands. The
development of the project activity will reduce GHG emissions produced in the JAMALI grid generation
mix, thereby supports sustainable development related to energy generation.
View of project participants on the contribution of the project activity to sustainable development1:
In addition to the generation of electric power, the implementation of the project activity also contributes
to the following:
Environment:
Cikaso SSHPP will utilize unused hydro potential for power generation. In the absence of the project
activity, the grid will otherwise be dominated by coal and diesel fuel-based power generations.
Implementation of the project activity will practice natural resources conservation for energy
diversification and thus environmental sustainability. Moreover, the project activity is a zero emission
electricity generation. It will eliminate the GHG emissions produced from fossil-based power
generation in the JAMALI grid. As a result, the development of the project activity will cause no
negative impact on the environment locally as well as globally.
Social:
Cikaso SSHPP will bring employment and job creation in the project area, since prior to constructionand construction periods as well as during operation period. The project activity will directly involve in
the employment for either skilled or unskilled laborers during the construction and operation of the
project. Therefore, the project activity will also practice social sustainability through community
participation in the project.
Economy:
Since the beginning of the development, Cikaso SSHPP will open employment in the project area
which after will improve and benefit local community economy. The project activity will bring a more
secure electricity supply for community in the project area improving the quality of electricity that will
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Sustainable Development Criteria set by the Indonesian DNA [http://dna-cdm menlh.go.id/en/susdev/ (accessed 19
September 2010)

support local economic development. Road upgrading quality, particularly road access to the SSHPP
will help local community to have a better access for the smoothness of transportation and distribution.
This will in turn improve local economic development and help maintain local economic sustainability.
Technology:
The project activity will contribute to technology and capacity development, since part of the
equipment and technical maintenance will be provided by the host country. Such a project can further
stimulate initiatives for innovation in the energy sector of the host country and utilization of local
technology, supporting the technological sustainability. The turbine and generator manufacturers will
provide training facilities and know-how in operation of turbine and generator to the operators of
Cikaso SSHPP.

A.2. Location of project activity
A.2.1. Host Party(ies)
>>The Republic of Indonesia a.
A.2.2. Region/State/Province etc.
>> West Java Province
A.2.3. City/Town/Community etc.
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Curug Luhur Village, Sagaranten Sub-district, Sukabumi Regency
A.2.4. Physical/ Geographical location
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The project activity is located in Curug Luhur Village, Sagaranten Sub-district, Sukabumi Regency,
West- Java Province at the coordinate of 7.1359 (07º13'59”) south latitude and 106.4905(106º49'05”) east
longitude. The site location is given in Figure 1.

Figure 1 : Map illustrating the location of the project activity

improving the performance of transmission line in that area.A. A hydro power is a clean energy source. intake. Except turbines and generators. which converts mechanical energy available in the water flow into electrical energy using hydro turbines and alternators. The project activity will consume about 2% of the power generated. A run-of-river small-scale hydroelectric power generation technology is applied to the project activity. the annual net electricity generation of Cikaso SSHPP is 26. Overseas technology introduced in the project activity is the equipments that are purchased from aboard. particularly in the peak load time as well as capacity addition of electricity in the grid. No significant negative impact would be made on the environment and thus environementally safe.390 MWh. Technologies and/or measures >> . The operational lifetime of the main equipment (Turbine) is 30 years. 2 Laporan Studi Kelayakan PLTM Cikaso (Feasibility Study Report of Cikaso Mini Hydro Power Plant or Cikaso SSHPP) . all other equipments are provided locally. head tank.390 generated) Plant load factor % 58 Effective head m 40 Flow rate m3/s 16.5 Number of units - 3 Type of turbines - Horizontal Francis Project description: Cikaso SSHPP utilizes water from Cikaso River to generate electricity which is to be exported to the JAMALI grid. Therefore. namely turbines and generators. The development of Cikaso SSHPP will help improving tip voltage.3. This technology has been used worldwide for years for small-scale hydroelectric power generation. based on the power load factor of 58% and an average annual operation of 5081 h. The main constructions of Cikaso SSHPP comprise a diversion system. power house. Table 1 : The designated technical data of Cikaso SSHPP Item Unit Cikaso SSHPP Total installed capacity MW 5. waterway.8 (1 Unit) 26. and tailrace.25 (2 Units) and 0.3 Installed capacity of each unit MW Average annual export to grid (Average annual net electricity MWh 2 2. penstock.

Project activity eligibility >> Cikaso SSHPP is a small-scale CDM project activity involving electricity generation from a renewable energy source with a total installed capacity of 5. As such it will not result in a diversion of official development assistance.5. A.Ltd.1. 29 Version 2. Annex 19. The project activity will provide an average net . Reference of methodology >> Type: TYPE I . Kindly indicate if the party involved wishes to be considered as project participants (Yes/No) No No The contact information for project participants in the project activity is provided in Appendix 1 in this PDD. the project participant confirms that the project activity is not debundled component of any larger scale project. and whose boundary is within 1 km of the project boundary of the proposed small scale activity at the closest point SECTION B.2. 3 June 2011 EB 63.A. Parties and project participants Table 2: Project participants of the CDM project activity Name of party involved ((host) indicates a host Party) Private and/or public entity (ies) project participants (as applicable) Indonesia (Host) Japan PT. Bumiloka Cikaso Energi (BCE) Asuka Green Investment Co. Debundling for project activity >> As per debundling regulation specified in Appendix C of the simplified modalities and procedures for small-scale CDM activities.RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS The project activity uses the following approved baseline and monitoring methodology and available at the UNFCCC website: Title Grid Connected Renewable Electricity Generation: Tool to calculate the Emission factor for an electricity System Reference Version AMS-I. and registered within the previous 2 years.3 MW. Application of selected approved baseline and monitoring methodology B... A. EB 61. It is further confirmed that the project participant has not registered any small-scale CDM project activity or applied to register small-scale CDM project activity under the following - in the same project category and technology/measure.D. Public funding of project activity >> The project activity does not receive any public funding for its financing.1 September 2011 B.4.6.2. Version 17 Annex 17.

pdf (Simplified modalities and procedures for small-scale clean development mechanism project activities (decision 4/CMP. the project activity falls under Type I. powerhouse.int/Reference/COPMOP/08a01.5 B. Therefore. and tailrace. the project activity is qualified as a small-scale CDM project activity to which Simplified Modalities and Procedures indicated by UNFCCC can be applied3. and it is not a debundled component of a larger project activity. The project boundary includes the grid system and power plants connected physically to the JAMALI grid system.unfccc. Appendix B) .int/Reference/COPMOP/08a01. the project activity is a run-of-river hydro power project with no reservoir upstream.3.D. penstock. According to Appendix B to the simplified baseline and monitoring methodologies (hereinafter referred to as “Appendix B”) for selected small-scale CDM project activity categories. In addition. Sagaranten Sub-district. Auxiliary Consumption Cikaso SSHPP Electricity to JAMALI grid Project Boundary Electricity to end-user Electricity Stream Figure 2: Project boundary of the project activity 3 http://cdm. geographical site of the renewable generation source. The proposed project activity that is located in Curug Luhur Village.int/resource/docs/cop7/13a02. West Java Province will export generated electricity to the JAMALI grid system which is a regional gird.390 MWh to be exported to the JAMALI grid. Grid connected renewable electricity generation.D encompasses the physical.1.4. The total installed capacity project activity is below the eligibility limit of 15 MW for a small scale CDM project. Annex II) 4 http://unfccc. Project boundary >> Project boundary specified in AMS-I.pdf#page=43 (ANNEX II Simplified modalities and procedures for small-scale clean development mechanism project activities. the project site with all facilities such as the diversion system.pdf#page=20 (Pragraph 6 (c) of decision 17/CP. The project activity involves a newly build grid-connected hydropower project at the project site where there was no renewable energy power plant operating prior to the implementation of the project activity (Greenfield plant).7: Eligibility criteria for small-scale CDM project activities) 5 http://cdm. Renewable Energy Projects and Category I.unfccc.annual estimation of electricity generation of about 26. Sukabumi Regency.

(Version 17) N2O No CO2 CH4 N2O No No No B. as given in section B. According to AMS-ID (Version 17. Establishment and description of baseline scenario >> The project activity involves an installation of a new grid-connected renewable power plant/unit.Table 3: Emission sources and gases included in the project boundary for the purpose of calculating project emissions and baseline emissions Source Baseline Project Activity Gas JAMALI electricity production Cikaso SSHPP Grid CO2 CH4 Included Justification/Explanation Yes No Main emission source Excluded as per AMS-I.grid. (Version 17) No project emission as per AMS-I. Option (a) is selected for the baseline emission calculation. 29 September 2011 provides procedures to determine parameters considered in the baseline calculation as presented in Table 6. EB 63.y according to the “Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system” (Version 02. EB 63. 29 September 2011). (Version 17) Excluded as per AMS I.D. The data of the year in which project generation occurs must be used. the baseline emissions are the product of electrical energy baseline EGBL.1.2.D. 29 September 2011) OR (b) The weighted average emissions (in t CO2/MWh) of the current generation mix. consisting of the combination of operating margin (OM) and build margin (BM) according to the procedures prescribed in the „Tool to calculate the Emission Factor for an electricity system” (Version 02.y expressed in MWh of electricity produced by the renewable generating unit multiplied by the grid emission factor factors EFCO2. Annex 19.6. Annex 17. Annex 19. EB 61.4. Calculations shall be based on data from an official source (where available) and made publicly available.2. Therefore. Annex 19. the baseline scenario is the electricity delivered to the JAMALI grid by the project activity that otherwise would have been generated by the operation of grid-connected power plants and by the addition of new generation sources.1.2. . The Emission Factor can be calculated in a transparent and conservative manner as follows: (a) A combined margin (CM). Parameters The “Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system” Version 02.D. 3 June 2011. EB 63.1.

according to the methodology AMS I. Calculated from the Statistics Report of PT IP in 2005. Annex 13. Table 5: Historical timeline of the project activity Date Activity Evidence 26 October 2009 The Board of BCE considered the project activity to be develop in a CDM scheme Board meeting with the CDM developer/carbon buyer of CCI Feasibility Study conducted by PT Esco Murti Pradana was completed Environment Impact assessment/ MoM 23 November 2009 December 2009 28 January 2010 MoM Approval letter . 15 July 2011. Statistics Report of PT PLN in 2005. 2008. This was followed with sending a notification to the DNA Indonesia and the UNFCCC secretariat according to “Guidelines on the demonstration and assessment of prior consideration of the CDM”. 2006. Demonstration of additionality >> CDM consideration Consideration of a CDM scheme into the project activity was initiated since the early stage of the project planning and was presented in the feasibility study of the project activity. 2007.BM. 2006. 2009. 2006. EB 62. 2008. 2008.OM. 2008. 2006. Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali by PT PLN (Persero) P3B (Penyaluran & Pusat Pengatur Beban Jawa Bali) in 2007. 2009. 2009. 2009. 2006. leakage is not considered. The main events related to the CDM consideration and the historical development of the project activity is illustrated in Table 7.D. Statistic Report of PT Pembangkit Jawa Bali (PJB) 2005-2009 Statistics Report of PT PLN in 2005. 2009.y tCO2/MWh Build margin CO2 emission factor for project electricity system in year y EFgrid.y tCO2/MWh Operating margin CO2 emission factor for project electricity system in year y The baseline does not considered leakage since the project activity is a new hydro power project. Statistic Report of PT Pembangkit Jawa Bali (PJB) 2005-2009. Calculated from the Statistics Report of PT IP in 2005.Table 4: Parameters considered for the baseline calculation Parameter SI Unit Description Source of data to be used Calculated from the Statistics Report of PT IP in 2005. B. Therefore. 2007. EFgrid.y tCO2/MWh Combined margin CO2 emission factor for project electricity system in year y EFgrid. in which there is no equipment transferred from another activity. Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali by PT PLN (Persero) P3B in 2007. 2008. 2009 Statistic Report of PT Pembangkit Jawa Bali (PJB) 2005-2009. Statistics Report of PT PLN in 2005. Version 04.CM. 2008. Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali by PT PLN (Persero) P3B (Penyaluran & Pusat Pengatur Beban Jawa Bali) in 2007.5. 2007. 2006.

The analysis of Cikaso SSHPP was carried out based on project Internal Rate of Return (hereinafter referred to as “project IRR”) as the financial indicator. The input values in the investment analysis use fixed data and values at the time of making investment decision. 29 August 2011 A letter http://cdm. Issuance of a letter of approval by the DNA of Japan.unfccc.3 MW Source of data Feasibility Study .11 February 2010 25 June 2010 28 June 2010 26 July 2010 26 August 2010 3 September. that the project activity would not have occurred anyway due to at least one of the following barriers: - Investment barrier Technical barrier Barrier due to prevailing practice Other barrier The main barrier of Cikaso SSHPP identify by the project proponent is the investment barrier. Investment Barrier Analysis This part of this section will determined whether the Project is economically attractive or not through an appropriate analysis method. Stakeholder consultation meeting Submission of an application letter to the Indonesian DNA Starting date of validation process Issuance of a letter of approval by the DNA of Indonesia. 2010 15 September 2010 24 November 2010 2 March 2011 11 March 2011 25 August 2011 UKL/UPL Document approved A letter of offer from PT BCE to PT PLN West Java area regarding an electricity price Prior consideration letter was sent by post to EB Secretary and uploaded on the UNFCCC home page on August 10. as shown in the investment barrier analysis below.int/Pro jects/PriorCDM/notificat ions/index_html?s=20 PPA document ERPA Contract document Contract document Contract document MoM Submission letter PDD Cikaso SSHPP uploaded on the unfccc website LoA (Letter of Approval) LoA (Letter of Approval) Assessment and demonstration of additionality According to Attachment A to Appendix B of the „Simplified Modalities and Procedures for Small-Scale CDM Project Activities‟. a benchmark analysis. Table 6: Main parameters considered in the investment analysis Parameter Installed capacity Value 5. 2010 Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) Signing of Emissions Reduction Purchase Agreement (ERPA) Engaged a DOE to validate the project activity Signing a purchase agreement for turbine generator sets between the project owner and a turbine generator sets manufacturer Signing a contract regarding civil works construction.

-/kWh as in the PPA7. the project IRR overpasses the benchmark.221.id/web/en/Publikasi/Laporan+Tahunan/Laporan+Perekonomian+Indonesia/lpi_09. Appendices.28% 13.22 %. the project activity involves a total investment cost of Rp 122. The selection of benchmarks conducted after the FSR was completed in December 2009. The sensitivity analysis was performed by altering the following parameters:  Investment cost  Revenue (electricity sales) 6 Perjanjian Pembelian Tenaga Listrik antara PT PLN (Persero) dan PT Bumiloka Cikaso Energi Dari Pembangkit Listrik Tenaga Energi Terbarukan Tenaga Minihidro Cikaso Kapasitas Daya Total 5. http://www. the project activity becomes financially feasible and improves the economical attraction of the project.45 million 7. With the inclusion of revenue from CERs sale.52% Sensitivity Analysis According to the “Guidance on the Assessment of Investment Analysis”. including the initial investment cost.19million 13 Euro/IDR Rp 656. When CER (Carbon Emission Reduction) revenue is taken into account.htm .209. Version 05. is 10. 15 July 2011.209.300 kW 7 Perjanjian Pembelian Tenaga Listrik antara PT PLN (Persero) dan PT Bumiloka Cikaso Energi Dari Pembangkit Listrik Tenaga Energi Terbarukan Tenaga Minihidro Cikaso Kapasitas Daya Total 5. the project IRR value without CER income.bi. Annex 5 of EB 62.28%. Table 7: Project IRR of Cikaso SSHPP without and with the CER income ItemProject IRR Project IRR without CER income (%) with CER income (%) Project IRR10.-/kWh Feasibility Study Feasibility Study Feasibility Study Feasibility Study Feasibility Study Permen 316 Project Internal Rate of Return (Project IRR): The project lifetime is estimated to be 30 years. At an electricity selling price of Rp. After taking into account the CER income. pp. 656. 122.go. Table 22. that constitute more than 20% of either total project costs of either total project costs or total project revenues should be subjected to reason sensitivity analysis. so that the period of assessment of the project activity is 30 years. It is concluded from Table 9 that the project IRR of Cikaso SSHPP is 10. A lower project IRR of Cikaso SSHPP than the benchmark shows that the project activity is unattractive investment opportunity in the absence of additional revenue to that received through electricity sales. only variables.300 kW (Power Purchase Agreement between PT PLN (persero) and PT Bumiloka Cikaso Energi) 8 Bank of Indonesia.28%. As it is shown in Table 8. thus the project activity faces investment barrier. shown in Table 9. so that the project activity is not financially attractive.52% which is higher than the benchmark value. confirming a feasible project. The minimum average Rupiah lending rate for investment of all banks in Indonesia in 2009 is selected as a benchmark. 2009 Economic Report on Indonesia.Expected quantity electricity exported to the grid Project lifetime Total investment Operational & maintenance Costs Foreign exchange rate Electricity selling price 26.22%.45 million. the project IRR improves to 13. The benchmark is a real term rate. The project IRR is lower than the benchmark of 12. the investment rate of private foreign banks and joint banks8 .390 MWh 30 years Rp. lower than the benchmark of 12.780.

page 226.81% 10. The selling price is unlikely to increase because the price has been fixed in the PPA entered into with PLN11.69% 8. 185) 10 . The increase of the electricity selling price is unlikely because it has been determined and fixed as in the PPA.22% At a reduction of investment cost by 10% or an increasing the revenue by 10% the project IRR is still lower than the benchmark value. The revenue from electricity sales would reach the benchmark value if the selling price is increased by 12.55% 12. In order to surpass the benchmark value. because the catchment area of the river is becoming worsened.55 %.22% 10. Table 8: Sensitivity analysis of project IRR of Cikaso SSHPP Parameters -10% Base case +10% Initial Investment Revenue PLF Annual O & M cost Benchmark value 11.  Plant Load Factor Operation & Maintenance cost (O & M) The project IRR will achieve the benchmark value when the investment cost is decreased by 13. An increase of revenue would only occur if the feed in tariff is higher than that in the PPA between BCE and PLN.com/2012/01/deskripsi-88-program_final3. pp.28% 10. nevertheless such a decrease is not possible to occur regarding the upward trend of inflation rate in Indonesia9.83% 11. 9 Table 28 World Inflation.files.wordpress.68% 8.185 (Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Daerah (RPJMD) Kabupaten Sukabumi 2010 – 2015.61%. Based on the real expenses during construction time.28% 10. A reduction of 74.22% 9.pdf. therefore a yearly average of the flow rate would tend to decrease13. Regional Medium Term of Development Plan. This increase is unlikely achieved.34%. Appendic_2009 Economic Report Indonesia Civil Contract Agreement 11 Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) between PT BCE and PT PLN 12 FSR Cikaso SSHPP page 34 & Annex A 13 http://ekonomibappedasmi.71% 10.05% in the general and administration cost is not plausible regarding the upward trend of inflation rate in Indonesia. the increase of PLF is unlikely.01% 12.28% 10. it is found that the condition of Cikaso catchment area is becoming worsened. Recently. The result of the sensitivity analysis is given in Table 10. The trend of Plant Load Factor (hereinafter referred as to PLF) is almost same with the trend of revenue. the reduction cost is unlikely achieved10. Each of above parameter is altered by 10% to assess the impact to the project IRR. pp.05%. PLF would reach the benchmark if the value increased by 12. As explained above. Sukabumi Regency 2010-2015. the general and administration cost need to be reduced to about 74.28% 12. because flow rate of the river had been estimated from average of 4 years of hydrology data12 .10% 11.

Emission reductions B. EB 63. The project activity is additional and meets the CDM requirements of additionality. y of JAMALI grid The baseline emissions are calculated as the product of the kWh produced by renewable generation times an emission coefficient (baseline emission factor) calculated as a combine margin (CM). 29 September 2011.Figure 3: Sensitivity Analysis The sensitivity analysis concludes that the implementation the project activity without the CERs income is unlikely owing to the lacking of financial attractive. leakage and emissions reductions set put in methodology are applied as follows. Baseline methodology procedures The baseline emission factor is determined through baseline methodology procedure according to the “Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system” (Version 02. STEP 2: Choose whether to include off-grid power plants in the project electricity system (optional) STEP 3: Select a method to determine the operating margin (OM) STEP 4: Calculate the operating margin emission factor according to the selected method. Conclusion It is evident from the financial analysis that the project activity cannot be implemented without the CER income.6. 29 September 2011) in the following steps: STEP 1: Identify the relevant electric power system.1. baseline emissions. Annex 19. STEP 5: Identify the cohort of power units to be included in the build margin (BM). Calculation of EFgrid CM. 1. Annex 19. Version 02. B.1. Explanation of methodological choices >> In order to quantify emissions reductions achieved by the project activity. EB 63. procedures to calculate project emissions. consisting of the combination of operating margin (OM) and build margin (BM) according to the procedures prescribed in the “Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system”.6.2. It is confirms that implementation of Cikaso SHPP will require the CER income to be a financial attractive project. .1.2.

8% in 2005.STEP 6: Calculate the build margin emission factor. This project activity selected Option I to calculate the operating margin and building margin emission factor.2% in 2008. Annex 19. regarding National Transmission Line) 14 . According to the “Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system” (Version 02.7% in 2007. The data required to calculate the operating margin emission factor using method Dispatch data analysis OM or Simple adjusted OM are not publicly available. or Average OM Simple OM is selected from the methods because low-cost/must run resources are less than 50% of total grid generation in: 1) average of the five most recent years. 11. OM.1.. Annex 19. EB 63.8% in 2009. the emission factor is determined once at the validation stage. the calculation of the operating margin emission factor EFgrid.1. the calculation of EFgrid. 11. 29 September 2011). Therefore. The grid is not connected to other grid systems so that there is no import and export of electricity from or to the grid. 12. OM. and 12. EB 63. page 4 of Version 02.y is based on the Simple OM method. to which electricity generated by the project activity is exported. The JAMALI grid. 15 . 29 September 2011. STEP 2. tentang Jaringan Transmisi Nasional (JTN) Low-cost/must run resources are defined as only nuclear and renewable energy power generation. has transmission lines that are connected to the power generations of the project activity located in West Java Province. Choose whether to include off-grid power plants in the project electricity system (optional) There are two options prescribed in the tool for calculating the operating margin and build margin emission factor: Option I : Only grid power plants are include in the calculation Option II : Both grid power plant and off grid power plant are included in the calculation Cikaso SSHPP involves in the electricity generation for exporting to the JAMALI grid.2. As the low-cost/must run resources of the grid constitute less than 50% of the total grid generation in average of the five most recent years. STEP 1.. STEP 3. the emission factor can be calculated using either of the two following data vintages:  14 Ex ante option: If the ex ante option is chosen. Select a method to determine the operating margin (OM) According to the tool.7% in 2006. or Dispatch Data Analysis OM. The proportion of low-cost/must-run resources 15 in the JAMALI grid from 2005 to 2009 is less than 50% of the total grid generation16 (The low-cost/must-run resources in the JAMALI Grid were respectively 13. Identify the relevant electricity system The project electricity system is determined from transmission lines indicated in the Single Line Diagram of the JAMALI (Ministerial Decree of the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Number: 55 K/30/MEM/2003. thus no monitoring and recalculation of the emissions factor during the crediting Keputusan Menteri Energi dan Sumberdaya Mineral Nomor: 55 K/30/MEM/2003. then the simple OM method is selected for calculating emission factor. (“Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system”. or 2) based on long-term average hydroelectric production.2. Simple adjusted OM.y can be based on one of the four available methods: (a) (b) (c) (d) Simple OM.

based on the most recent data available at the time of submission of the CDM-PDD to the DOE for validation.y) is calculated as the generation-weighted average CO2 emission per unit net electricity generation (tCO2/MWh) of all generating power plants serving the system not including low-cost/must-run power plants/units.. y ……………………………. EFgrid.period is required. requiring the emissions factor to be updated annually during monitoring.(1) m Where: EFgrid. Calculate the operating margin emission factor according to the selected method The simple OM emission factor (EFgrid.. For off-grid power plants. m. as follows:  EG  EF =  EG m. the emission factor of the year preceding the previous year y-2 may be used. the emission factor is determined for the year in which the project activity displaces grid electricity. If the data is usually only available 18 months after the end of year y.y = Simple operating margin CO2 emission factor in year y (tCO2/MWh) EGm. 2008 and 2009) of the most recent statistics available at the time of PDD submission.y refers to the three-year generation-weighted average (2007. or  Ex post option: If the ex post option is chosen. alternatively the emission factor of the previous year y-1 may be used.y m = = y = Net quantity of electricity generated and delivered to the grid by power unit m in year y (MWh) CO2 emission factor of power unit m in year y (tCO2/ MWh) All power unit serving the grid in year y except low-cost/must-run power units The relevant year as per the data vintage chosen in step 3. The same data vintage (y.y or EFgrid. y-1 or y-2) should be used throughout all crediting periods. The emission factor of each power unit m should be determined as follows: . Option A is selected for the simple OM calculation. Option A-Calculation based on average efficiency and electricity generation of each plant. use a 3-year generation-weighted average. It may be calculated: • Option A: Based on the net electricity generation and a CO2 emission factor of each power plant/unit. STEP 4.m .. y EFgrid. or • Option B: Based on the total net electricity generation of all power plants serving the system and the fuel types and total fuel consumption of the project electricity system. Ex-ante calculation of the average OM. If the data required to calculate the emission factor for year y is usually only available later than six months after the end of year y.………. “Ex ante option: A 3-year generation .OMsimple..OM. the simple OM emission factor is calculated based on the net electricity generation of each power unit and an emission factor for each power unit. use a single calendar year within the 5 most recent calendar years prior to the time of submission of the CDM-PDD for validation..y EL .OMsimple. y m m. Under this opinion.OMsimple.. For grid power plants.weighted average” is selected for the calculation of the emission reductions of this project. OM.y = FEEL. The data on electricity generation and the fuel types for all power plants supplying electricity to the JAMALI grid is available..

Statistic Report of PT PLN Pembangkitan Jawa Bali (PJB) 2005-2009.m.y = CO2 emission factor of power unit m in year y (tCO2/MWh) FCi..4 of the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories. The data taken from above reference is not all available for fuel consumption used of power unit.y = NCVi.6  m. y ……………………………. 2008 and 2009 are obtained from “Disemination and Promotion Technology for Tackling Global Warming” by The Institute of Energy Economics Japan in 2011.i. if for a power unit m only data on electricity generation and the fuel types used is available. as follows: EFEL .y) should be determined as follows :  ( FC EFEL . Industri dan Perkapalan (published by Pertamina.y EGm..y = EFCO2.4 of the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories.y m y = = = Average CO2 emission factor of fossil fuel type i used in power unit m in year y (tCO2/GJ) Average net energy conversion efficiency of power unit m in year (ratio) All power units serving the grid in year y except low-cost/must-run power units The relevant year as per the data vintage chosen in step 3.y = m.(2) Where: FEEL. the emission factor should be determined based on the CO2 emission factor of the type fuel type used and the efficiency of the power unit..y The data on net electricity generation are obtained from the statistics Report of PT IP year 2005. Therefore the emission factor is determined by two options.m.3 and Table 1.. if for a power unit m data on fuel consumption and electricity is available. y  3.m. 2007. Chap 1.m.24. Where several fuel types are used in the power unit. use the fuel type with the lowest CO 2 emission factor for EFCO2. May 2003). The net caloric values of the heavy oils are obtained from the Bahan Bakar Minyak.i. in year y The relevant year as per the data vintage chosen in step 3.. Volume 2. 2008.. Option A1 and Option A2.23-1.y = CO2 emission factor of power unit m in year y (tCO2/MWh) EFCO2. Volume 2.y ) i EGm. 2009.……. y = i.…………………………. Rumah Tangga. y  NCVi. Statistics report of PT PLN year 2005 and 2006 and Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali 2007.y  EFCO2.Option A1.i. 2008 and 2009 (published annually).i. Option A2.m.m . The net caloric value of the gas is obtained from Table 1. y = EFCO2. Page 1. 2006. Chap 1. . Some coal consumption from IPPs in 2007..i . The emission factors adopted are obtained from Table 1.m. y …………………………….(3) Where: FEEL. Page 1.m. the emission factor (EFEL.m. in year y (MWh) All fossil fuel types combusted in power unit m. LPG dan BBG untuk Kendaraan.24..m.y = = i y = = Amount of fossil fuel type i consumed by power unit m in year y (mass or volume unit) Net calorific value (energy content) of fossil fuel type i in year y (GJ / mass or volume unit) CO2 emission factor of fossil fuel type i in year y (tCO2/GJ) Net quantity of electricity generated and delivered to the grid by power unit m.23-1.

in MWh). Option 2. the build margin emission factor should be updated based on the most recent information available on units already built at the time of submission of the request for renewal of the crediting period to the DOE. Determine for the resulting set (SETsample-CDM) the annual electricity generation (AEGSETsample-CDM. In this case ignore steps (d). if information up to the year of registration is not yet available. that started to supply electricity to the grid most recently and that comprise 20% of AEG total (if 20% falls on part of the generation of a unit. the build margin emission factor calculated for the second crediting period should be used. For the third crediting period. excluding power units registered as CDM project activities. Identify the set of power units. in MWh). Identify the group of power units to be included in the build margin In term of vintage of data. For the second crediting period. Include in that set the power units registered as CDM project activities. This option does not require monitoring emission factor during the crediting period. the generation of that unit is fully included in the calculation) to the extent is possible. (e) and (f). as described in option 1 above. the build margin emission factor calculated for the second crediting period should be used. If none of the power units in SETsample started to supply electricity to the grid more than 10 years ago. For the third crediting period. the build margin emission factor shall be updated annually. including those units built up to the year of registration of the project activity or. For the first crediting period. The sample group of power units m used to calculate the build margin should be determined as per the following procedure. calculate the build margin emission factor ex-ante based on the most recent information available on units already built for sample group m at the time of CDM-PDD submission to the DOE for validation. excluding power units registered as CDM project activities. (b) Determine the annual electricity generation of the project electricity system. (c) From SET5-units and SET≥ 20% select the set of power units that comprises the larger annual electricity generation (SETsample). the generation of that unit is fully included in the calculation) (SET≥ 20%) and determine their annual electricity generation (AEGSET-≥ 20%. excluding power units registered as CDM project activities (AEGtotal. that started to supply electricity to the grid most recently (SET5-units) and determine their annual electricity generation (AEGSET-5-units.STEP 5. . Otherwise: (d) Exclude from SETsample the power units which started to supply electricity to the grid more than 10 years ago. starting with power units that started to supply electricity to the grid most recently. until the electricity generation of the new set comprises 20% of the annual electricity generation of the project electricity system (if 20% falls on part of the generation of a unit. Identify the date when the power units in SET sample started to supply electricity to the grid. in MWh). the build margin emission factor shall be calculated ex-ante. For the second crediting period. consistent with the data vintage selected above: (a) Identify the set of five power units. project participants can chose between one of the following two options : Option 1. then use SETsample to calculate the build margin. expost. For the first crediting period. including those units built up to the latest year for which information is available. in MWh). Option 1 is chosen in the build margin (BM) emission factor calculation in the project activity.

excluding power units registered as CDM project activities that started supply electricity to the grid most recently and comprises 20% of AEG total (total annual electricity generation) determined by steps (a). then use the sample group SETsample-CDM to calculate the build margin. the generation of that unit is fully included in the calculation). The build margin emissions factor is the generation-weighted average emission factor (tCO2/MWh) of all power units m during the most recent year y for which electricity generation data is available. The simplified CM method (option b) can only be used if: ..2 × AEGtotal). y EL . Calculate the build margin emission factor (EFgrid.y EGm.e. y m m.y) The calculation of the combined margin (CM) emission factor (EFgrid.If the annual electricity generation of that set is comprises at least 20% of the annual electricity generation of the project electricity system (i. Ignore steps (e) and (f).(4) m Where: FEgrid.BM. calculated as follows:  EG  EF =  EG m.…………………………….m ..y EFEL. The total set of power units (AEGSET ≥20% ). The weighted average CM method (option A) should be used as the preferred option.CM.y m y = Build margin CO2 emission factor in year y (tCO2/MWh) = Net quantity of electricity generated and delivered to the grid by power unit m in year y (MWh) = CO2 emission factor of power unit m in year y (tCO2/MWh) = Power units included in the build margin = Most recent historical year for which electricity generation data is available STEP 6.. (f) The sample group of power units m used to calculate the build margin is the resulting set (SETsample-CDM≥10yrs). Otherwise: (e) Include in the sample group SETsample-CDM the power units that started to supply electricity to the grid more than 10 years ago until the electricity generation of the new set comprises 20% of the annual electricity generation of the project electricity system (if 20% falls on part of the generation of a unit..m.. BM . these projects is excluded in the set of power unit (AEGSET ≥20% ). BM. AEGSET-sample-CDM ≥ 0. or (b) Simplified CM. (b) and (c) in steps 5 is selected for calculation of build margin emission factor in this project activity. y EFgrid.y) is based on one of the following methods: (a) Weighted average CM. y ……………………. Geothermal Power plants of Wayang Windu II and Drajad III are registered as CDM project activities.

..OM...y of the JAMALI Grid is calculated as in equation (5)..y where: EG BL. BE y = EG BL.. Weighted average CM is selected for the calculation of the combined margin emission factor...CM. If the project activity is the installation of a new grid-connected renewable power plant/unit at a site where no renewable power plant was operated prior to the implementation of the project activity.• The project activity is located in a Least Developed Country (LDC) or in a country with less than 10 registered CDM projects at the starting date of validation. Therefore....y = EGfacility..y expresses in MWh of electricity produced by the renewable generating unit multiplied by the grid emission factor..y = = EFCO2..y = 3. y x wOM + EFgrid......y = Baseline emissions in year y (t CO2/yr) Quantity of net electricity supplied to the grid as a result of the implementation of the CDM project activity in year y (MWh) CO2 emission factor of the grid in year y (t CO2/MWh) The project activity is the installation of a new grid-connected renewable power plant/unit....……. y  EFCO2 . y EF grid. then: EG BL.....BM. The baseline emissions are the product of electrical energy baseline EGBL. y W OM W BM = = = = Build margin CO2 emission factor in year y (tCO2/MWh) Operating margin CO2 emission factor in year y (tCO2/MWh) Weighting of operation margin emissions factor (%) Weighting of build margin emissions factor (%) The following default values for wOM and wBM is 0...5... Baseline Emission The baseline emission (BEy) is the MWh produced by the renewable generating unit multiplied by an emission coefficient (measure in tCO2e/MWh) calculated in a transparent and conservative manner as in equation (6).. respectively.. Project Emissions (PEy) Quantity of net electricity supplied to the grid as a result of the implementation of the CDM project activity in year y (MWh) Quantity of net electricity generation supplied by the project plant/unit to the grid in year y (MWh/yr) . and • The data requirements for the application of step 5 above cannot be met... the baseline scenario is the electricity delivered to the grid by the project activity that otherwise would have been generated by the operation of grid-connected power plants and by the addition of new generation sources.. 1....grid. The EFgrid... y x wBM ……………………(5) Where: EF grid. EFgrid. OM.. The calculation is as follows...CM.... BM....y = EGfacility.y = EFgrid..(6) Where: BE y EG BL.y …………. grid..

B. published by Ministry of energy and Mineral Resources Directorate General of Mineral. Annex 5). PEy is the project emissions in year y (tCO2e/yr). PEy = 0. no leakage calculation is required.int/EB/023/eb23_repan5. for hydro projects with no reservoir. ERy is equal to the total baseline emission.0 and Gas is 46.02.. rumah tangga. BEy is the baseline emissions in year y (tCO2e/yr). ER y = BE y  PE y  L y = BE y = EG BL .17 Power Density (PD) As per Methodology AMS I. Therefore. PEy= 0 and LEy= 0.As specified in the “Threshold and criteria for the eligibility of hydroelectric power plants with reservoirs as CDM project activities”.6.y (Net Calorific Value) TJ/kt fuel (Terra Joule/kilo tonne fuel) Net calorific value (energy content) per mass or volume unit of a fuel “Bahan Bakar Minyak. Coal is 24. (LEy=0)…………………………………………………………………. Coal and Geothermal.D version 17. y  EFCO2. 3 June 2011 . LEy is the leakage emission in year y (tCO2 e/yr). Therefore.5. EB 61 Annex 17. Therefore.(7) 5..y ………………. project emission is zero due to a zero emission renewable generation power project and leakage is considered to be negligible. Leakage (LEy) This is not applicable as the renewable energy technology used is not equipment transferred from another activity.. IPCC‟s data is not used.72. published by PERTAMINA 2003 Ministry of energy and Mineral Resources Directorate General of Mineral. emissions reductions. http://cdm. HSD and MFO are available.…(8) where ERy is the emission reductions in year y (tCO2 e/yr). ……………………………………………………………. 2007 NCV for MFO is 41. BEy (equation (6). Emission Reductions (ERy) The ex-ante emissions reductions (ERy) by the project activity in year y is the difference between the baseline emissions (BEy) in year y. 2007. industri dan perkapalan”. …(6) 4. Elpiji dan BBG untuk kendaraan. the project emissions resulted from the reservoir of hydroelectric power plants with power densities greater than 10 W/m2 may be neglected.unfccc.2. HSD is 42. as per the Simplified Procedures for Small-scale CDM Project Activities. project emissions (PEy) and emissions due to leakage (LEy) in year y. Coal and Geothermal.. (EB 23. grid. In this project activity. The NCV data of coal.. Data and parameters fixed ex ante Data / Parameter: Data unit: Description: Source of data used: Value applied: Justification of the choice of data or description of measurement methods and procedures actually applied : 17 NCVi.pdf .

10.20 Use default data Value applied: Justification of the choice of data or description of measurement methods and procedures actually applied : Any comment: Data / Parameter: Data provided in Annex 3 EGm. Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali 2007. Statistics report 2007 issued by PT Indonesia Power. rumah tangga. in 2008 6. published by PERTAMINA 2003 Value applied: Density value for MFO is 0. in 2007 5.y MWh (Mega Watt hours) Net quantity of electricity generated and delivered to the grid by power unit m in year y (MWh) 1.000990 (kt/kl) and HSD is 0. Statistics PLN 2005 issued by PT PLN. Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali 2008. industri dan perkapalan”.Any comment: Data provided in Annex 3 Data / Parameter: Data unit: Description: Source of data used: Density kt/kl (kilo tonne / kilo litre) Liquid density of HSD and MFO “Bahan Bakar Minyak. in 2006 4. Justification of the choice of data or description of measurement methods and procedures actually applied : Any comment: Data provided in Annex 3 Data / Parameter: Data unit: Description: Source of data used: Carbon Content t C/TJ (tonne Carbon/Terra Joule) Carbon content in the fuel per unit of energy 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories: Chapter 1: Introduction. Value applied: Available in Annex 3 Justification of the choice of data All data of generated electricity for the most recent five years (2005-2009) or description of measurement in the JAMALI grid is used to calculate the ratio of Low Cost and Must methods and procedures actually Run Power Plants in the grid. Data in 2009 in the grid Data unit: Description: .y). Residual Fuel Oil is 21. PT PLN (Persero) P3B in 2008 10. Data for the most recent three year data applied : (2007.y or EFOMsimple. in 2009 7. Company Statistics Report 2005-2009 issued by PT Pembangkitan JawaBali.20. Statistics report 2005 issued by PT Indonesia Power. Statistics PLN 2006 issued by PT PLN. PT PLN (Persero) P3B (Penyaluran & Pusat Pengatur Beban Jawa Bali) in 2010. 11. Sub-Bituminous Coal is 26. Elpiji dan BBG untuk kendaraan. Table 1-3. in 2007 3. Statistics report 2009 issued by PT Indonesia Power. The density data of coal and gas is not used in calculation. 2008 and 2009) in the grid is used to calculate the Operating Margin emission factor(s) (EFOM. PT PLN (Persero) P3B (Penyaluran & Pusat Pengatur Beban Jawa Bali) in 2009.30. Natural Gas is 15. in 2010 9. Statistics report 2008 issued by PT Indonesia Power.21. Statistics report 2006 issued by PT Indonesia Power. Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali 2009. in 2006 Source of data used: 2. in 2010 8. p.000845 (kt/kl). Gas/Diesel Oil is 20.

kt (kilo tonne). in 2007 Source of data used: Value applied: Justification of the choice of data or description of measurement methods and procedures actually applied : Available in Annex 3 Data for the average electricity losses is used to calculate net electricity generated (electricity exported to the grid). MMBTU (Million Metric British Thermal Unit) Description: Amount of fuel combusted per type of technology a) Statistics report 2005 issued by PT Indonesia Power. Any comment: Data provided in Annex 3 Data / Parameter: Data unit: Description: Source of data used: EFCO2.3 Use default data Value applied: Justification of the choice of data or description of measurement methods and procedures actually applied : Any comment: - Data / Parameter: Data unit: Description: EF grid. in 2006 b) Statistics PLN 2006 issued by PT PLN. in 2008 d) Statistics report 2008 issued by PT Indonesia Power. in 2010 f) Company Statistics Report 2005-2009 issued by PT Pembangkitan JawaBali.y kl (kilo litre) . CM.y). Data provided in Annex 3 Data / Parameter: Data unit: FCi. methods and procedures actually applied : Any comment: Data provided in Annex 3 Data / Parameter: Data unit: Description: Average Electricity Losses % The average electricity losses refers to parasitic power and electricity losses a) Statistics PLN 2005 issued by PT PLN. in 2007 c) Statistics report 2007 issued by PT Indonesia Power. 2011 Value applied: Available in Annex 3 Justification of the choice of data The most recent three years data (2007. in 2009 e) Statistics report 2009 issued by PT Indonesia Power. in 2007 g) Dissemination and Promotion Technology for Tackling Global Warming by The Institute of Energy Economics Japan..Any comment: is employed to the Build Margin emission factor (EFBM. and 2009) is used for or description of measurement calculating CO2 emission.i.6. in 2006 Source of data used: b) Statistics report 2006 issued by PT Indonesia Power.y tCO2/GJ The CO2 emission factor per unit of energy of the fuel type i The data obtained from 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories See B. 2008. y tCO2/MWh Combined margin CO2 emissions factor in year y .

998..6.OM.dnpi. BM ... y  EFCO2. y = 0......684(MWh) 2008 + 100..OMsimple.... 3 June 2011 ...725 Published by Indonesia DNA - B..746.BM. y + wBM EFBM .000(MWh)2009 = 0.5 x 0. y BL .223. PEy=0 (tCO2/year) Baseline Emissions (BEy) Operating margin emission factor (EFgrid.291.848 (tCO2/MWh) = 0. for hydroprojects with no reservoir.D version 17... y i  .847(tCO2) 2009/ 30......... m ..903 (tCO2/MWh) ...CM...848 (tCO2/MWh) Combine margin emission factor EFgrid...5 x 0...861(MWh)2007 + 97.id/web/index.y = EFgrid.682.643..123.958 (tCO2/MWh) Build margin emission factor  EG  EF   EG m. y x wOM + EFgrid. y = Fi.958 (tCO2/MWh) + 0. y x wBM EFy = wOM EFOM . y EFgrid.OMsimple.971(tCO2) 2007 +93.Source of data used: Value applied: Justification of the choice of data or description of measurement methods and procedures actually applied : Any comment: http://pasarkarbon..725.html 0...002(tCO2) 2009]/ [95.i.. y  NCVi.767(tCO2)2008+94. y)  EFgrid..3... Ex-ante calculation of emission reductions >> Power Density (PD) As per Methodology AMS I.... EB 61 Annex 17.. y m = 26.. y m m.(9) EG y = [93.go.php/dnacdm/read/23/updates-onemission-factors-of-electricity-interconnection-systems-2011..000(MWh) 2009] = 0.

dnpi.133 2016 0 19.CM.972 2019 January May 2020 – May 2020 18 Estimation for Project Activity Emissions http://pasarkarbon.1 Provided in section B. OM. which no transfer of equipment is involved from another activity or equipment is transferred to another activity.The ex-ante emission reductions values and calculations are as follows: Parameter EF grid.133 0 19.133 (tCO2/year) Leakage The project activity is a new built small-scale hydro power unit.133 0 19.133 2018 0 19. Summary of ex-ante estimates of emission reductions Table 9: Estimated amount of emission reductions over the chosen crediting period Year (time periode) June 2013– December 2013 Estimation of Baseline Emissions 0 0 0 11. CM.725 (t-CO2/MWh) published by Indonesia DNA18 is employed in the calculation for emission reduction in the project activity.161 19.6.go.y above (=0.6.133 Estimation of Leakage Annual estimation of emission reductions in tonnes of CO2 e 2014 0 11. y EF grid.133 (tCO2/year) B. Baseline emission BE y =EG y× EF grid. y ) EF grid.725 (tCO2/MWh) = 19. Therefore.4.133 0 19. BM.133 0 19. Ly=0 (tCO2/year) Emission Reduction ERy=BEy = 19.y = 26.133 0 19.1 Value Unit 0.848 0. the calculation result of EFgrid.1 Provided in section B.903 t-CO2/MWh t-CO2/MWh t-CO2/MWh For the conservative consideration.6.161 19.CM.CM. y Formula Provided in section B.OMsimple. y (=EFgrid. Ex-ante EFgrid.133 0 19.903 t-CO2/MWh) is not applied.133 0 7.pdf .133 2015 0 19.390 (MWh/year) x 0.972 0 7.id/web/assets/File/Surat-Faktor%20Emisi%20Jamali%202010.y of 0.133 2017 0 19.958 0. leakage is not considered in this case.6.

verification process.929 0 133.y MWh/yt (Mega Watt hour per year) Quantity of net electricity supplied to the grid as a result of the implementation of the CDM project activity in year y Project activity site Electricity meter Continuous measurement and at least monthly recording Cross check measurement results with records for sold electricity EGfacility.3.7. An appointed manager under the department is overall responsible for supervising and managing the whole works related to data monitoring and CDM related issue. Other elements of monitoring plan >> This monitoring plan for the project activity for monitoring the parameters listed in section B. BCE‟s personnel related to the project activity will be trained before the operation of the project activity.7.929 B. 2. Training Program In order to ensure an accurate and appropriate monitoring of emissions reductions as well as any leakage effects generated by the project activity. calibrating and maintaining monitoring equipment. A monitoring organization structure A monitoring organization structure responsible for monitoring and reporting management. and procedures for corrective action in order for more accurate future monitoring and the reporting will be ready before commissioning of the project activity. Sampling plan >> Project activity does not involve any sampling for the determination of parameter values for calculating GHG emissions.1 is detailed in the following. B. Data and parameters to be monitored Data / Parameter Unit Description Source of data Value(s) applied Measurement methods and procedures Monitoring frequency QA/QC procedures Purpose of data Additional comment EGfacility.7. reporting and handling of monitoring data. the project proponent (BCE) will prepare a monitoring manual which will cover monitoring procedure according to the monitoring principles as given in the monitoring plan.y MWh/yt (Mega Watt hour per year) B.Total estimated reductions (tonnes CO2 e) 0 133. calculating emission reductions and preparing a monitoring report to the companies‟ director as well as to a DOE.7.2. He will be responsible for the overall data monitoring. Monitoring plan B.1. 1.7. This training is necessary to facilitate them to undertake essential tasks in a reliable approach. . For the purpose of monitoring. The procedure regarding handling of emergencies situation. registration and measurement is under Department of Operation of BCE.

The meter owned by PLN will be used as the main meter to record and monitor the electricity exported to the grid. 9. The data. maintaining and archiving data will be performed by BCE. Internal audit The QA/QC Unit under the Department of Operational of BCE will perform regular site audits to ensure that monitoring and operational procedures are being executed according to the Monitoring Plan. Data monitoring. For the purpose of QA/QC.3. The reading from the main meter will be used as the basis by BCE to generate monthly invoice. 5. monthly data electricity production displayed in the kWh meter is to be cross checked with the sales receipts. Data archiving and storing will be the responsibility of the Monitoring Unit under the Department of Operational of BCE. BCE will keep the copy of the invoice for a minimum of two years after the completion of the project‟s crediting period. 8. 7. . A monitoring report will be prepared in a hard copy which includes the data on monthly electricity delivered to the grid (main meter reading) and the log book. A copy of the invoice to PLN will be used by BCE as the basis for determining the emissions reductions for that month. 4. Start date of project activity >> 03/09/2010 . The kWh meter to be used will be calibrated. SECTION C. Procedure for QA/QC The QA/QC for recording. 6.1. technical meetings between the operational staffs and managers under the Department of Operational of BCE and also the project proponent will be held in order to design and execute the corrective proceedings to be undertaken. no 61/MPP/Kep/2/1998 regarding Metrology Implementation. Monitoring equipment The electronic kWh meters owned by BCE and PLN will be fixed in the panel box. will be forwarded to the manager of the Department of Operational of BCE. it is stated in Annex VIII of the Decree that 3 phase of the kWh meter should be recalibrated once every 10 years by Central or Local Metrology Unit. on a monthly basis. collection and reporting Appointed personnel from the joint commission between BCE and PLN will be responsible for the meter reading from the main meter and data recording on a monthly basis. Procedure for corrective action If required. Based on the Ministerial Decree of Trade and Industry of the Republic Indonesia. The installed capacity of the power generation is confirmed based on recognized standard.1. This meter is positioned before the connection point with the PLN‟s line. Duration of project activity C. whichever occurs later. Procedure for calibration The kWh meter installed will be of a digital type. Duration and crediting period C. A review of monitoring report prepared by person in charged for this task under Department of Operational of BCE.1. The operational staff under Department of Operational of BCE will observe and record the operation status of metering equipments daily on site. Data archive All data recorded will be stored electronically and in paper and will be kept for two years after the end of the last crediting period or the last issuance of CERs for the project activity.

local government. such as local populations.2.2.1.1. the project activity will not result in a significant impact to the environment. preparation of an AMDAL document is not required. BCE had organized a stakeholder‟s consultation with the villagers surrounding Cikaso SSHPP to inform related stakeholders regarding the environmental and social impacts of the project activity and to discuss their concerns (anxiety) regarding the development of the project activity. All the necessary permits from the government parties have been obtained.AMDAL/2010 .2. In brief. The stakesholder‟s meeting was held on 24 19 20 Document UKL-UPL A recommendation of the document of UKL-UPL No:660. an “Environmental Impact Assessment (hereinafter referred to as “AMDAL”) is not required for a small hydroelectric power project whose capacity is less than 50 MW. SECTION E. Start date of crediting period >> 01/06/2013 or the date of registration whichever the later C. local communities and local state governments in the SSHPP‟s regions requesting them to participate and voice any suggestions/objections regarding the project activity. Analysis of environmental impacts >> As per the Decree of the Minister of the Environment (MENLH No.3. who are either indirectly or directly involved in different roles at different stages in the project activity.3 MW. Local stakeholder consultation E.1. a submission of “The Environmental Management Procedure and the Environmental Monitoring Procedure” (hereinafter referred to as UKL/UPL) is required by the ministerial decree. Between the intake and tailrace of the SSHPPs there is no water utilization so that the environmental impacts related to the project activity are negligible. Since the capacity of Cikaso SSHPP is 5.2. The invitation for the stakeholder‟s consultation was sent out on 12 November 2010 to the villagers.20 The scale of the proposed project activity is small and the technology used by the project activity is an environmentally safe technology. After being used for power generation.1. and an approval of this document has already been granted. The document UKL/UPKL19 of Cikaso SSHPPs has already been submitted by BCE. Instead.C. Length of crediting period >>7y-0m SECTION D.2. Expected operational lifetime of project activity >>30y-0m C.1/30 . Environmental impacts D.2. the water is returned to the Cikaso River.17. 2001) of the Republic of Indonesia. Crediting period of project activity C. Type of crediting period >> Renewable crediting period C. Solicitation of comments from local stakeholders >> The stakeholders of this CDM project activity development include the government and non-government parties of the Republic of Indonesia.

Head of Village With regard to the natural Curug Luhur/Mr. Suitable plants are woody plants because it could prevent soil exposed from erosion. Notes on the discussion on the socialisation of the development of Cikaso SSHPP – a Small –Scale Hydro Power Plant in Curug Luhur. West Java Province. there would be no extensive water reservoir such as in the Saguling Hydro Power Plant. Head of Curug Luhur village. How and where could we propose an application for obtaining seedling? Danramil Human activity would certainly Sagaranten/Mr. 3.November 2010 at Curug Luhur Village. . Firdianov NO Questioner Question 1 H. The representatives of the stakeholder comments who attended in the meeting were the Head of Sagaranten Sub-District. conservation. the community is Jafar Rusdiana very enthusiasm to grow various plants in the upstream. Mr. b. Sukabumi Regency. what efforts would be done by the company to anticipate a mass of water producing hot steam? Answer Mr. The comments received during the consultation meeting are written in the Indonesian language and the translated comments are showed below. some community representatives living surround the site and some members of Regional Consultative Council. and regarding the effort in the conservation of the upstream side is only our suggestion for the project for supporting the development of this Mini Hydro Power Plant. Irhan This company is only engaged in the certification of the project. Irhan a. With the Erson presence of a dam in the project. Mr. such as to PT. Therefore. Sukabumi Regency.30 – 12:00 : Mr. a.Sampoerna which could provide free seedling. Sujar / Head of  What efforts have been done BPD by PT. such as in Hydro Power Plant of Saguling. What kind of plants would it be suitable to conserve nature? b. CCI for the conservation in the upstream?  How would PT CCI anticipate the impacts of PLTU‟s (Steam Power Plant) such as at the Saguling in the presentation? 2. West Java Province Day/Date Place Time Moderator : 24 November 2010 : Curug Luhur Village : 10. Irhan This PLTMH (Small Scale Hydro Power Plant) would not practice a dam but it would divert water from the river through a weir into Power house and discharge it back to the river. For those who intend to plant trees. affect environment. we would give assistance for applying a proposal. Sagaranten Sub-District. Anticipation of impacts resulted from PLTU‟s (Pembangkit Listrik Tenaga Uap/Steam Power Plant) is not part of our work in this case.

Is water evaporation Mr. Mr. Ade This PLTMH has complied with all licenses through a long procedural process and this has predicted possible future impacts. However. due to its position below the weir. Besides. Is it possible to flow water Mr. . Ade The construction of a mosque has been discussed to the developer of this project.4. H. Mr Zarkasih/RT   5. Ade from the dam to irrigation Outlet of water (tailrace) from the channels of rice field? turbine is located in the river stream (below the rice field). Head of Village  Curug Luhur 7. Our message to the developer is that there should be a clear concept concerning the wages both for working time and amount of it. Ade The land acquisition performed has made a better administration to existing land. Irhan included in the negative Water evaporation has occurred impact? naturally so that it would not give any impact to the global warming. The company expects that development of this PLTMH could absorb labours and material provided in this area. this would absolutely be paid though some delayed could occur. Response of District Head The local district supports to the efforts to natural conservation either through the construction of PLTMH or through local community desire to perform reforestation in the upstream. We would consider flowing water to the rice field located in opposite site of the river. but such dam could affect to the global warming due to the production of methane gas from organic decomposition processes. Mr. Sujar/Head of  BPD 6. Conclusion Mr. so that it would not be possible to flow it to the rice field above. Our request is the construction of a mosque for the community We would like to remind the company that payment of wages to the labours could be on time. concerning the wages. it may bring new investors because this area possesses huge energy reserves.

E. Approval and authorization >> Letter of Approval from each Party to be involved in the project activity will be made available at the time of submitting the PDD to the validating DOE. ----- . SECTION F.Report on consideration of comments received >> There were no negative comments received during the consultation and interviews. which were recorded and signed by the stakeholders.3.

id Director Mr. Blok B-9 Jl. Mahaskoro Benny N/A N/A N/A N/A . Mampang Prapatan Raya No: 108 Jakarta Selatan 12760 Indonesia +62-21.794 6373 pltm_cikaso@yahoo.794 6370-72 +62-21.Appendix 1: Contact information of project participants Organization Street/P. Personal e-mail PT Bumiloka Cikaso Energi Perkantoran Buncit Mas.O. Box Building City State/Region Postcode Country Telephone Fax E-mail Website Contact person Title Salutation Last name Middle name First name Department Mobile Direct fax Direct tel.co.

Organization Street/P. Ltd. 2-11-7. Minato-ku ATT New Tower. 6th Floor Tokyo 107-0052 Japan + 81-3-5575-1415 +81-3-5575-1434 kmoro@asuka-gi.O. Akasaka.com Mr. Box Building City State/Region Postcode Country Telephone Fax E-mail Website Contact person Title Salutation Last name Middle name First name Department Mobile Direct fax Direct tel. Personal e-mail Asuka Green Investment Co.. MOROHASHI KOICHI N/A N/A N/A N/A .

. The project activity meets the applicability criteria of the methodology.Appendix 2: Affirmation regarding public funding NOT APPLICABLE Appendix 3: Applicability of selected methodology Applicability of selected methodology is discussed in section B.2 of PDD.

672 57.688 3.826 669 7. kt fuel: kilo tonne fuel. Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali PT PLN (Persero) P3B in 2007.191 7.021 107.547 6.337 54. 2008.559 8.009 GWh fuel 7. PERTAMINA: Perusahaan Pertambangan Minyak dan Gas Bumi Negara/State-Owned Oil Company of Indonesia. Statistic Report of PT PLN Pembangkitan Jawa Bali (PJB) 2005-2009. 2009. .953 10.965 563 7.023 128 2. tC: tonne carbon.444 5.603 2.564 Source : Statistics report of PT PLN in 2005.309 101 2.140 690 8. 2008 and 2009.930 87 2.673 16.527 96.126 1.635 121 4.087 6.2009) Source : Statistics Report of PT IP in 2005.251 173 3.958 6. 2009.206 941 7. kl fuel : kilo litre fuel Operating margin calculation Table 11 : Power Plants in the grid by source (MWh nett) operation year 2005 2006 Hydro Diesel Gas Turbine Oil Gas Oil Geothermal Steam Coal Gas Oil Combined Cycle Gas Oil TOTAL NET PRODUCTION 2007 2008 2. Table 12: Ratio of Low Cost and Must Run Power Plants in the most recent five years (2005 . Statistics Report of PT IP in 2005. IPCC : Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.275 8.980 5. 2006.821 100. Evaluation of Operation System of Jawa-Bali PT PLN (Persero) P3B in 2007.301 7. 2008.477 646 6. 2008.586 115.171 16.183 51.185 45.038 2. MFO : Marine Fuel Oil. 2007. and 2006. 2009. Statistic Report of PT PLN Pembangkitan Jawa Bali (PJB) 2005-2009.929 7.505 6.274 18.188 56.Appendix 4: Further background information on ex ante calculation of emission reductions Table 10 : Fuel Specifications Note : HSD : High Diesel Speed. TJ: Terra Joule.073 2.193 8. 2007.192 6.726 111.301 20.685 17. 2006.

934.209 TOTAL 82.436 6.354.694.694.307 9.861 97.365 9.612.195 68.123.015 6.037 12.292.332 2.205 2008 3.641 65.991.225.721 Table 15: CO2 Emissions in the grid during 2005-2009 year unit 2005 2006 t-CO2 2007 2008 2009 HSD MFO IDO Gas Coal 11.093.624.996 26.924 24.578 8.863 7.049 9.963.306 145.409.883 1.849 7.408 8.844.584.980 6.860.623.006 67.008.456.148 Total Generation MWH (net) 95.684 100.031.497 62.074 136.881 56.374.968 93.649 2.524.577 4.406.524.344 11.197 2.641.988 2009 2.072 93.768 6.054.072 93.944.863.142 8.147.065 29.517.377 6.292.039 281.756.701 9.454.998.9584 .689.317 2.438.401 167.365 2.Table 13: Percentage of Average Losses Table 14: Fuel Consumption in the grid during 2005-2009 year unit HSD MFO IDO Gas Coal 2005 kilo litre kilo litre kilo litre MMBTU ton 2006 4.460.017 2.620 6.545 EFOM tCO2 e/MWh 0.744.288 28.785.353.991.142 4.261 2007 3.037 94.037 94.714 4.039 Table 16: Three-year average (2007-2009) of Emission Factor Operating Margin Item Unit 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL Total Emissions tCO2 e 93.615.638.781.053 10.000 293.386 219.498.020 12.741.108.298.700 29.638.008.150.354.223 86.343 141.779.

95 24.0 351.576.0 436.516.0561 0.0 660.770.916.318.0 ton 0.0 9.0561 0.y (tCO2 e /MWh) 0.119.564 (GWh) in JAMALI grid O Table 18: Sample group plants used in the Build Margin calculation and CO2 Emission Factor for Build Margin Owner PT Java Power PT Geo Dipa Energi PT Cikarang Listrindo Power PT Krakatau Daya Listrik Muara Tawar PT Sumberenergi Sakti Prima Tanjung Jati B Cilegon Indorama PLN TOTAL fuel type operation year Power Plant Paiton II #6 Dieng Cikarang Krakatau Block 3 & 4 Cilacap #1 Cilacap #2 unit #1 unit #2 Cilegon Indorama Labuhan Generated Power Capacity Factor Actual Data calculation data MW A Steam-Coal Geothermal GT-Gas Steam-Coal GT-Gas GT-Oil Steam-Coal Steam-Coal CCGT-Gas Steam-Coal Steam-Coal Nov.003.8 3.840 PEy (tCO2 e /year) 0 Ly (tCO2 e /year) 0 ERy (tCO2 e /year) 23.659.235.4 25.555.014.774.0 3.simple.8 emission factor (t.235.0551 1.0551 1.235.0 840.5 1.04 9.0 6.522.8 G= CxD/I H G= 1000x CxD/E 2.0 50.119.6 78.043.030.040.0961 0.968.04 9.CO2/GJ) (GJ/MMBTU) GJ/ k ltr fuel E 4.818.9583 EFBM.390 BEy (tCO2 e /year) 23.119.7 93.9 8.030.0551 1.2 ton 0.226.464 0 533.Table 17: Sample plant group (M) for determining Build Margin Emission Factor Sample group (m) Classification Electricity quantity Proportion (ratio to total generation in JAMALI grid) Selected group “The five power plants that have been built recently” (MWh) 14.748.030.0 1.578.y Unit (tCO2 e/MWh) HEPPs 0.193 ton 0 9.384.8 24.0 740.0 Fuel Consumption NCV unit No.000 12.1 4. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Capacity Power Plant EFOM.0 150.0961 3.04 562.55% Comments Total generation is 115.0 9.282.7 Emission Reduction t-CO2 G=(ExF)xH/1000 ton G=ExGxH 4.0 GWh net B C Thermal Efficiency GJ/GWh C=AxBx8760/1000 Actual data GJ/k t fuel D 840.235.37 9.95 24.541.6 I 0.000.496.7 1.0961 MMBTU 0.0 300.2 Table 19: Estimation of GHG emission reduction Item convert value -- 24.726.95 9.820 22.000.620.0 3.0 ton 167.0961 MMBTU 768.7 30.9034 EGy MWh/year 26.0 9.0 “The power plants capacity addition to the electricity system that comprises 20% of system generation ( in MWh) and that have been built most recently” 23.0 660.0961 0.030.1 1.152.5 237.95 Effective CO2 calculation data F 24.8 24.95 9.231.865.8484 EFy (tCO2 e /MWh) 0.030.235.0 50.0961 kltr 0.53% 20.0 2.030.660.0561 0.271. 2000 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2009 1.220.899.5 21.571.8 8.478.848.7 386.0 ton MMBTU 40.0741 1.688.840 .357.

Table 20 : Data to be monitored in the project activity ID number 1 Data type Electricity from Cikaso SSHPP Data variable Electricity exported to grid Data unit kWh Measured (m). calculated (c) or estimated (e) m Recording frequency Proportion of data to be monitored Monthly 100% How will the data be archived? (electronic/ paper) Electronic and Paper For how long is archived data to be kept? Four years after verification Comment Meter is regularly calibrated by Metrology Office .UNFCCC/CCNUCC CDM – Executive Board Page 36 Appendix 5: Further background information on monitoring plan The following data is to be monitored to ascertain project emission and emission reductions.

Initial adoption. Annex 05 21 January 2003 Decision Class: Regulatory Document Type: Form Business Function: Registration Nature of revision Editorial revision to change history box by adding EB meeting and annex numbers in the Date column. the guidelines for completing CDM SSC PDD have been revised accordingly to version 2.0 EB 66 13 March 2012 03 EB 28. Annex 34 15 December 2006 02 EB 20.unfccc. . Revision required to ensure consistency with the “Guidelines for completing the project design document form for small-scale CDM project activities” (EB 66.int/Reference/Documents>. Annex 9).  As a consequence. The latest version can be found at <http://cdm. taking into account CDM-PDD and CDM-NM.  The Board agreed to revise the CDM SSC PDD to reflect guidance and clarifications provided by the Board since version 01 of this document.UNFCCC/CCNUCC CDM – Executive Board Page 37 Appendix 6: Summary of post registration changes Not Applicable ----- History of the document Version 04. Annex 14 08 July 2005 01 EB 07.  The Board agreed to revise the CDM project design document for small-scale activities (CDM-SSC-PDD).1 Date 11 April 2012 04.