Operational challenges and strategic solutions for power distribution in Mendol Island

Published: Jul 3, 2024


Purpose: This thesis addresses critical issues within the plant's capacity and operational framework, emphasizing the importance of enhancing the generation system's resilience through the N-1 and N-2 capacity criteria.

Research Methodology: The research methodology encompasses both qualitative and quantitative data collection methods, including observations, interviews, brainstorming sessions, and document reviews.

Results: The study's findings highlight the significant gaps between the plant's targeted and actual performance metrics over a four-year period, revealing persistent underperformance in energy production and substantial fluctuations in fuel consumption. The application of N-1 and N-2 criteria is crucial for ensuring the system's reliability and resilience, particularly as renewable energy sources are integrated into the grid.


Contribution: The contribution of this research to the field of power distribution management is twofold: it provides a comprehensive analysis of the challenges facing the Teluk Dalam Diesel Power Plant and proposes viable solutions to enhance its operational performance and sustainability.

1. power distribution
2. renewable energy
3. N-1 and N-2 criteria
4. operational efficiency
5. Teluk Dalam Diesel Power Plant
1 . Dalie Priasmoro
2 . Akbar Adhi Utama
How to Cite
Priasmoro, D., & Utama, A. A. (2024). Operational challenges and strategic solutions for power distribution in Mendol Island. Journal of Multidisciplinary Academic and Practice Studies, 2(3), 349–365. https://doi.org/10.35912/jomaps.v2i3.2262


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