Presentation Slides

  • Outline

    Monday - March 11

    • 17:30 - 20:00 Registration and Welcome Reception

    Tuesday - March 12

    2019 IERE-PLN Bali Workshop (Day 1)

    • 08:00 - 08:40 Registration
    • 08:40 - 12:10 Opening and Forenoon Sessions
    • 12:10 - 13:10 Lunch
    • 13:10 - 19:10 Afternoon Sessions
    • 19:30 - 22:30 Official Dinner

    Wednesday - March 13

    2019 IERE-PLN Bali Workshop (Day 2)

    • 08:30 - 12:00 Forenoon Sessions
    • 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
    • 13:00 - 15:25 Afternoon Sessions and Plenary Conclusion Session

    Social Event (optional)

    • 16:10 - 21:25 The Kecak Fire Dance at Pura Uluwatu Temple and Seaside Dinner

    Thursday - March 14

    Technical Visit (optional)

    • 09:15 - 15:20 Visiting Pesanggaran Engine Gas Power Plant (tentative) and lunch
  • Program

    Session structure, speakers and timetable are subject to change.

    Welcome ReceptionMar. 11, 2019 18:00 - 20:00
    Plenary SessionMar. 12, 2019 08:40 - 10:20
    Opening Ceremony Welcome at Bali's traditional dance
    Opening Address Gregory Tosen (IERE Chair)
    Welcome Address Mrs. Syofvi Roekman (Director of Planning PLN, PT PLN (Persero), Indonesia)
    Keynote Address Dr. Sung Hwan Bae (Chief Researcher, KEPCO Research Institute, Korea)
    Prof. Mukhtasor (Coordinator of Post Graduate Program in Marine Resources Management, Sepuluh Nooember Institute of Technology, Indonesia)
    Technical Session (Day 1)Mar. 12, 2019 10:30 - 19:10
    Session 1
    Theme: Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)

    Utilities today are seeking ways to enhance energy efficiency, reduce costs and improve customer service. One strategy is to deploy an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI). However, installation and execution are still challenging. Implementing AMI is a complex undertaking involving multiple technologies. This session will discuss about all content of AMI and its implementation strategy. Potential topics include:

    • Smart meter
    • Communication protocol and technology
    • Meter data management system
    • Security issues and challenge
    • AMI implementation strategy etc.

    Chair person: Ms. Astri Kartika El Nour (Manager, IT Strategy & Architecture, PT PLN (Persero), Indonesia)

    • 10:30 - 10:55 Mr. Ignatius Rendroyoko (General Manager, PT. PLN (Persero) Region Unit of East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia)
      Method and Strategy for AMI Development Based on AMR System Infrastructure to Support Electricity System Digitalization
    • 10:55 - 11:20 Mr. Shinnosuke Nakano (Engineer, Power Systems R&D Center, Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd., Japan)
      Highly Reliable AMI with Narrow Band Power Line Communication
    • 11:20 - 11:45 Mr. Christophe Boisseau (R&D Coordinator, Technical Division, Enedis, France)
      Linky, Enedis' AMI program: a powerful tool for energy transition and network management
    • 11:45 - 12:10 Mr. Hailong Zhang (Engineer, Metering Department, CEPRI, China)
      Research on Low Voltage Power Line Broadband Communication in the AMI system
    • 12:10 - 13:10 Lunch break, Poster Session & Exhibition
    Session 2
    Theme: Renewable Energy Grid Integration

    To foster sustainable, low-emission development, many countries are establishing ambitious renewable energy (RE) targets for their electricity supply. Because RE especially solar and wind tend to be more variable and uncertain than conventional sources, various technical and economic issues occur in the integration of these resources into a grid. Technical problems arise in the areas of power quality, voltage stability, harmonics, reliability, protection, and control. The session will investigate the possible solutions for those issues and other related challenges. Potential topics include:

    • System flexibility
    • Storage system and technology
    • Stochastic modelling
    • Demand side management
    • Hybrid system etc.

    Chair person: Dr. Taku Noda (Leader, Simulation Frontier Group, Energy Innovation Center, CRIEPI, Japan)
    Dr. Masaki Nagata (Deputy Director, System Engineering Research Laboratory, CRIEPI, Japan)

    • 13:10 - 13:35 Dr. Masaki Nagata (Deputy Director, System Engineering Research Laboratory, CRIEPI, Japan)
      Development of power system analysis tools (CPAT) to support stable operation of large scale electric power system: Standard and reliable tool in Japan
    • 13:35 - 14:00 Dr. Hongzhi Liu (Engineer, Renewable Energy Research Center, CEPRI, China)
      The Development and Application of DC Technologies in Renewable Energy Integration
    • 14:00 - 14:25 Mr. Nobuhisa Sakai (Senior Research Engineer, R&D Centre, The Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc., Japan)
      Demonstration of P2P (Peer to Peer) transaction of Surplus Energy using BLOCKCHAIN technology
    • 14:25 - 14:50 Mr. Wilhelm van Butselaar (Wartsila Singapore Pty Ltd, Singapore)
      Battery Energy Storage System for Grid peak shaving
    • 14:50 - 15:00 Coffee Break
    • 15:00 - 15:25 Ir. Mohamad Hakim Bin Zainuddin (Manager, Single Buyer Department, Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Malaysia)
      Pumped Storage Hydro Plant: Battery of the Grid
    • 15:25 - 15:50 Dr. Taku Noda (Leader, Simulation Frontier Group, Energy Innovation Center, CRIEPI, Japan)
      An Introduction to the Simulation Program XTAP for the Analysis of Electromagnetic Transients in Power Systems
    • 15:50 - 16:15 Mr. Ross Smith (Smart Grid Opportunity Leader EAJ., Schneider Electric, UK)
      Management of DERS on the distribution network
    • 16:15 - 16:40 Dr. Joji Kawano (Senior Research Associate, Research Department, JEPIC, Japan)
      Trends in hydrogen storage technology in Europe and Japan to achieve a low carbon society
    • 16:40 - 17:30 Coffee break, Poster Session & Exhibition
    Session 3
    Theme: Distributed Power Generation

    Environmentally friendly renewable energy technologies such as photo-voltaic and clean, efficient, fossil-fuels technologies such as micro-turbines and fuel cells are among new generating systems driving the demand for distributed generation of electricity. The smallness of these new distributed generations along with the low voltages at the interface creates a new class of problems which requires innovative approaches to managing and operating the distributed resources. This section will explore about the role of distributed power generation for electrifying community and all related issues. Potential topics include:

    • Solar photovoltaic panels (solar farm, PV rooftop)
    • Smart Meter & Smart Grid
    • Small wind turbines
    • Micro gas fired (turbines/engines)
    • Fuel cells using by natural gas or biomass
    • Reciprocating combustion engines etc.

    Chair person: Dr. Hongzhi Liu (Engineer, Renewable Energy Research Center, CEPRI, China)

    • 17:30 - 17:55 Dr. Felix Cebulla (Senior Expert, Corporate Technology, innogy SE, Germany)
      Blockchain: Inflated hype or value-adding technology for the energy sector?
    • 17:55 - 18:20 Mr. Tong Wang (Deputy Manager, Total Solution Research Department, NARI Group Corporation., China)
      Key Technologies and Control Strategy for Distributed Photovoltaic Micro-Grid
    • 18:20 - 18:45 Dr. Yeong-Jun Choi (Senior Researcher, Renewable Energy Group, KEPCO Research Institute, Korea)
      Utilization of SAGE software for development of FPSE
    • 18:45 - 19:10 Dr. Volker Null (Global Product Application Specialist Power, Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH)
      How Gas-To-Liquids Technology Can Help Enhance Transformer Reliability
    Technical Session (Day 2)Mar. 13, 2019 09:00 - 15:15
    Session 4
    Theme: Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure

    The development of electric vehicle has been over a hundred years but failure to gain the public acceptance in various stages due to various reasons. Therefore, widespread electric vehicle adoption requires a supportive ecosystem of stakeholders including utilities, government, vehicle OEMs, charging providers, interest group and drivers. With the correct policy and government help and advancement of electric vehicle technology, the prospect of Electric Vehicle will be bright and the focus point of future development. The session will elaborate those issues and the following potential topics:

    • Standard and type of charger
    • EV business model
    • E-mobility concept and model
    • EV infrastructure development strategy etc.

    Chair person: Dr. Seong-Woo Yim (Senior researcher, New Energy business Laboratory, KEPCO Research Institute, Korea)

    • 08:30 - 08:55 Dr. Seong-Woo Yim (Senior Researcher, Global & Biz Team, KEPCO Research Institute, Korea Electric Power Corporation, Korea)
      Development of 6.6kW class wireless power transfer EV charging system and field tests for KEPCO application
    • 08:55 - 09:20 Ms. Linru Jiang (Engineer, Department of Power Consumption & Energy Efficiency, Smart Grid Energy Efficiency Test Center, CEPRI, China)
      Research on Key Technologies of Multi-domain Sharing Modes of Electric Vehicles
    • 09:20 - 09:45 Mr. Kumai Rashid (ABB, Singapore)
      EV Technology: Global Developments and Infrastructure Considerations
    • 09:45 - 10:10 Mr. Frankco Nasarino Nainggolan (Home and Distribution Division, Product Marketer, PT. Schneider Indonesia, Indonesia)
      Electric Vehicle Charging with Dynamic Energy Management
    • 10:10 - 10:20 Coffee Break
    Session 5
    Theme: Advanced Thermal Power generation

    Although the renewable energy has emerging globally yet the energy supply in the world is still mostly produced by thermal power generation. To move toward a cleaner energy economy, improvements of emission reduction technology are needed, as well as construct the smart system overcoming the intermittency of renewable electricity penetration. Additionally to achieve higher efficiency and reliability, modernization of thermal power plants has been conducted through utilization of advance management and digital technology. Potential topics include:

    • Thermal power plant flexibility
    • Status of emission reduction technology (eg. Carbon capture storage, Clean coal technology etc.)
    • Asset management on power generation
    • Artificial intelligence and Data analytics of thermal power plants.
    • Other green thermal power plants recent issues (eg. Geothermal, Bio mass to energy etc.)

    Chair person: Mr. U. Anang Ischak (Ops Eng Team Manager, Facilities Engineering, Star Energy Geothermal Darajat II, Limited, Indonesia)
    Mr. Andi Taufik Saputra (Efficiency Senior Supervisor, Engineering, PT Indonesia Power, Indonesia)

    • 10:20 - 10:45 Dr. Bum-Shin Kim (Principal Researcher, KEPCO Research Institute, KEPCO, Korea)
      Development of biowaste treatment technology for conversion of EFB to high quality biofuel
    • 10:45 - 11:10 Mr. Andi Taufik Saputra (Efficiency Senior Supervisor, Engineering, PT Indonesia Power, Indonesia)
      Reducing Generating Main Cost of Energy by Implementing Energy and Operation Management System (NEMESYS)
    • 11:10 - 11:35 Mr. Eiichi Koda (Deputy Associate Vice President, Energy Platform Creation Sector, Energy Engineering Research Laboratory, CRIEPI, Japan)
      Condition Monitoring and Diagnosis of Power Plants using EnergyWin™
    • 11:35 - 12:00 Ms. Mutiara Sofia Siregar (Engineer, Operation Division of Kalimantan Region, PT PLN (Persero) Head Office, Indonesia)
      Utilization of Biofuel in Kumai Diesel Power Plant, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia: Power Plant Performance and Operating and Maintenance Costs
    • 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch break, Poster Session & Exhibition
    • 13:00 - 13:25 Mr. U. Anang Ischak (Operations Engneering Team Manager, Facilities Engineering, Star Energy Geothermal Darajat II, Limited, Indonesia)
      Implementation of Plant Performance & Reliability Monitoring (P2RM) to Darajat and Salak Geothermal Power Plant
    • 13:25 - 13:50 Prof. Dr. Ing. Eko Supriyanto (Head of Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia)
      Electromagnetic Risk Management in Digital Power System
    • 13:50 - 14:00 Coffee Break
    • 14:00 - 14:25 Dr. Volker Null (Global Product Application Specialist Power, Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH)
      Tackling Varnish Formation in Turbo Machinery to Maximize Turbine and Compressor Availability
    • 14:25 - 14:50 Mr. Ilham Kurniawan (Team Leader, Operation Engineering Salak, Star Energy Geothermal Salak, Ltd., Indonesia)
      Steam Turbine Lifetime Assessment
    • 14:50 - 15:15 Mr. Hendra Yudisaputro (Junior Efficiency Specialist, Engineering, PT Indonesia Power, Indonesia)
      Modeling, Design, and Simulation Thermal Solar Power Plant by using Parabolic trough Collector to Generate 100kW steam located in Nusa Tenggara
    Closing RemarksMar. 13, 2018 15:15 - 15:25
    Closing Remarks

    Mr. Nyoman S. Astawa (General Manager PT PLN (Persero) Distribution Unit of Bali , Indonesia)

    Dr. Takao Watanabe (Secretary General, IERE Central Office)

    Who Should Attend?

    The workshop is intended for experts actively involved in the selected themes, from IERE members and non-members, as well as all those interested in the evolution of the electrical power industry and the technology development and business development opportunities associated to this evolution. IERE will invite prominent speakers for keynote speeches.

  • Poster Session/Exhibition

    Poster Session Mar. 12 - 13

    The Poster will be presented in the Pre-Function room next to the Grand Ball room.
    Poster Session is intended to lead more detailed discussions in front of the poster in the conference (Coffee break, Lunch time etc.).

    • Mr. Ignatius Rendroyoko (General Manager, PT. PLN (Persero) Region Unit of East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia)
      Methods for The Integration of Variabel Renewable Energy into Unit Commitment Scheme in Microgrid System
    • Mr. Amri Zein (Field Operation, Power Plant Coordinator, Operation, Star Energy Geothermal (Wayang Windu) Ltd., Indonesia)
      Cost-Effective Maintenance to Increase Performance and Reliability in Wayang Windu Geothermal Power Station
    • Mr. Hariyanto (Production Superintendent, Operation, Star Energy Geothermal (Wayang Windu) Ltd., Indonesia)
      Wayang Windu Unit 2 CDM Program
    • Mr. Sugeng Triyono (Head of Research, Innovation and Engineering, PT Indonesia Power, Indonesia)
      Beyond Compliance: IP Local Community Empowerment to Utilize Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Enrichment as Alternative Clean Fuel for Power Generation
    • Ms. Ika Khoirun Nisa (Assistant Analyst, Planning Departement, PT PLN (Persero) Distribution Unit of Banten, Indonesia)
      Demand Side Management (DSM) for PV Rooftop Customer in PLN UID Banten
    • Ms. Sinung Dwi Anggraeni (Risk Management Staff, Risk Management Division, PT Indonesia Power, Indonesia)
      Risk Based methods for 10 MW of PV Project development planning
    • Mr. Muhamad Iqbal Felani (Manager of Human Resource, PT PLN (Persero) Research Institute, Indonesia)
      Steam-Water Warning System in Coal Fire Power Plant
    • Mr. I Nyoman Aryawan (Supervisor of SCADA & Telecommunication, PT PLN (Persero) Distribution Unit of Bali, Indonesia)
      Distribution Management System 20 kV based on SMART DAS
    • Mr. Ari Rudianto (HSE Supervisor , PT PLN (Persero) Power Generation Unit of South Sumatra, Indonesia)
      Fertilizer made from Coal Fly Ash
    • Mr. Alfian Budiarmoko (Assistant Engineer Control & Instrument, PT. Pembangkitan Jawa Bali – UPHT, Indonesia)
      AVATOR (Automatic Vibration Monitor Calibrator) Special Tool Portable
    • Mr. Aristo Adi Kusuma (Assistant Engineer, Power System Analysis, Transmission and Distribution, PT PLN (Persero) Research Institute, Indonesia)
      Refinement of Solar PV System using Modular Grid Tied Inverter
    • Mr. Totok Gunawan (Engineering / Instrumentation & Control Engineer, PT Indonesia Power, Indonesia)
      "EMO" Expert System for Efficiency Diagnostic in Power Plant using Fuzzy Logic
    • Mr. Mukhamat Iqbal Auliya Iqbal (Technician, Live Line Maintenance, PT PLN (Persero) Power Generation and Transmission Unit of Kalimantan, Indonesia)
    • Mr. Harry Indrawan (Manager , Research and Assessment Technology Power Generation and Energy, PT PLN (Persero) Research Institute, Indonesia)
      Expert System for Problems Handling in Water Vapor Chemical Cycles in Steam Power Plant
    ExhibitionMar. 12 - 13

    The conference will be accompanied by an exhibition, which gives exhibitors the opportunity to present their companies and/or products. Exhibitors are required to register, pay the participation fee, and contact IERE Central Office.
    The exhibition will be held between Grand Ballroom and Garden as below.

    • 1 - - - - - - - - - PT Wartsila Indonesia
    • 2 - - - - - - - - - PT. Schneider Indonesia
    • 3, 4, 5 - - - - - - Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI)
    • 6 - - - - - - - - - Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corporation
    • 7, 8 - - - - - - - - PT. Shell Indonesia
    • 9, 10 - - - - - - - PLN Puslitbang
  • Optional Social Event

    The Kecak Fire Dance at Pura Uluwatu Temple and Seaside Dinner
    March 13 16:10 - 21:25
    • 16:10 Meeting point Ayodya Resort Bali
      Bus transfer, 1 hour
    • 17:15 Sightseeing Pura Uluwatu Temple
    • 18:00 - 19:00 Kecak Fire Dance Performance at Pura Uluwatu Temple
    • Bus transfer, 40 minutes
    • 20:00 - 21:00 Seaside Dinner at Jimbaran Beach
    • Bus transfer, 25 minutes
    • Around 21:25 Arrival Ayodya Resort Bali
    • Time schedule may be changed.
    • Please register and finish payment by February 11 with Workshop registration


    Kecak Dance is one of Balinese artistic masterpieces in the form of a dance and musical drama. Held in the open air at sunset , usually above a cliff facing the sea, the drama depends entirely on the natural light of day. Starting at dusk, the story continues into the dark, when only light comes only from flickering bamboo torches.
    What makes this dance particularly unique is that the drama uses no artificial backdrop, involving no musical instrument. The focus is entirely on the concentric circles of about 50-60 men, bare-chested, wearing only distinct Balinese sarongs sitting cross-legged around a set of torches in the center. Instead of the traditional “gamelan” orchestra which usually accompanies other Balinese traditional performances, the Kecak is simply accompanied by the chanting of the chorus of men representing an army of monkeys continuously intoning “Cak! Cak! Cak!” or “Keh-Chak" in polyrhythmic sounds during almost the entire performance. This amazing human voiced orchestra is led by a soloist, who is in charge of indicating the high and low notes, and also acts as narrator. The effect, after a while, is to provide a wall of dramatic sound against which the action of the play is enacted.
    The performance relates the shorter version of the epic Ramayana Saga with dancers playing as Rama, Shinta (Sita), Lakshmana, Rahwana (Ravana), Hanoman (Hanuman), Sugriwa (Sugriva), and other characters.
    Kecak Dance is said to originate from a Balinese ancient ritual called Sanghyang, aimed as a form of exorcism or to repel evil spirits in which dancers fall into a trance. Kecak Dance is regularly performed in many places all over Bali Island. However, the best place to watch this spectacular show is at the Pura Uluwatu, where the dance is performed daily with as background the dramatic sunset. (

  • Optional Technical Visit

    Visiting Pesanggaran Engine Gas Power Plant and lunch
    March 14 09:15 - 15:20
    • 09:15 Meeting point Ayodya Resort Bali
      Bus transfer, 25 minutes
    • 09:40 Pesanggaran Engine Gas Power Plant, PT. Indonesia Power
      (Duration: about 2 hours)
    • Bus transfer, 40 minutes
    • 12:30 Lunch
    • 13:30 Sightseeing the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
    • Bus transfer, 40 minutes
    • 15:20 Arrival at Ayodya Resort Bali
    • Time schedule may be changed.
    • The maximum number of participants is up to 70.
    • Please register and finish payment by February 11 with Workshop registration
    • Admission will be allotted in order of application.

    Pesanggaran Engine Gas Power Plant - Pesanggaran, Bali

    The Pesanggaran Bali 200 MW power plant is the largest engine-based power plant in Indonesia. Operated by PT. Indonesia Power, a subsidiary of the state utility PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) (Persero), this multi-fuel power plant is answering challenging condition by its unique operational and fuel flexibility. With a fast start and stop ability to reach full loading in under 10 min and seamless control over load fluctuations, this plant provides a greater consistency in the supply of electricity to the Java-Bali grid.
    Pesanggaran Bali is powered by 12 Wärtsilä 50DF engines that can run on either regasified liquefied natural gas (LNG), light fuel oil (LFO), or heavy fuel oil (HFO). When the gas supply is uncertain, or prices are volatile, it is possible to switch from gas to liquid fuel, and vice versa, even during operation whilst also maintaining a high output.
    Announced as the winner of the best dual-fuel power plant of 2016 by Asian Power Awards, the Pesanggaran Bali was chosen for its large nominal output and ability to perform efficiently while operating on natural gas or HFO. (Pesanggaran Bali-Wartsila Reference Sheet)

    Technical data of the Pesanggaran Engine Gas Power Plant

    • Type:
      Multi-fuel Power Plant
    • Operating mode:
      Flexible baseload
    • Genset:
      Wartsila 18V50DF
    • Number of unit(s):
      12 units
    • Installed Power (Total):
      200.16 MW
    • Operated Power:
      182.40 MW
    • Fuel:
    • Operated since:

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