The Gunung Salak Geothermal power plant generates emission free electricity for the Indonesian power grid. Greenhouse gas emission reductions are achieved through updating its capacities, thus avoiding the burning of fossil fuel (coal) for the growing demand in Indonesia.

Gunung Salak Geothermal Power plant uses the natural resource of Indonesia's underground geothermal activity, by turning heat into power.

The project activity comprises of a capacity upgrade of an existing geothermal power plant from 3 x 55 MW to 3 x 60 MW, which generates and supplies electricity to the connected grid, the Jamali regional grid.

The capacity upgrade is established by:
  • Changing turbine diaphragm of unit 1 and 2
  • Modifying the gas extraction system or ejector for unit 3