Unit 3 of Susu Project in Indonesia Changed Their Power Transmission Once and Successfully
In Medan, Indonesia,local time at 22:22 on April 30, 2018, under the joint efforts of all parties, the main transformer unit and the high Plant of Unit 3 of the Susu Project in Indonesia changed their power transmission once and successfully.
In the preparation process for reverse power transmission, Huafeng Weiye Indonesian Susu dispatch team first conducted a comprehensive inspection of the inverting power transmission area, found out in a timely manner and sent feedback to the general contractor, and put forward 28 opinions and suggestions for the team. The EPC Coordinating Design Institute, supplier and construction party actively dealt with it, creating favorable conditions for the next phase of power transmission work and winning more time.
During the reversal seminar organized by the general contractor, the project team made clear requirements on the conditions to be fulfilled before power transmission, and proposed corrective measures and time according to the actual conditions on the site, clarifying the responsibilities that the team should bear. Responsibility for safekeeping of future generations of electricity transmission ensures that the conditions for safekeeping of the plant are met. Afterwards, all personnel of the project department conducted a joint inspection before sending electricity to the site, and organized and compiled the inverted electricity operation ticket. At 22:22 on April 30, 2018, with the joint efforts of all personnel, the No. 3 main transformer and high Power Plant were once successful.
The successful completion of this reversed power transmission marked that Unit 3 had obtained a reliable off-site priority power source, which created conditions for subsequent installation and commissioning of the unit.
Located in Pangkalan Susu District,LangKata Regency,North Sumatra Province of Indonesia,PLTU Pangkalan Susu 3&4(2×200MW) is an extension project to the existing 2×200 Coal fired power plant.