VOlUME 04 ISSUE 06 JUNE 2021
Application of Economic Equilibrium Principles in Power Purchase Agreement between PT PLN and Public Private Partnership
1Rachmani Aprilia Sari,2 Dr. Iwan Erar Joesoef
1Faculty of Law Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta - Indonesia & JL. RS. Fatmawati Raya Jakarta - Indonesia
2Doctoral Faculty of Law Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta - Indonesia & JL. RS. Fatmawati Raya Jakarta -Indonesia

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the implementation of cooperation between PT. PLN and private companies. The scope of his research is the provision of electricity infrastructure, which is one of the supporting sectors f or economic growth. The government is currently promoting this policy to meet the increasing demand for electricity. PT. PLN as a State Owned Enterprise (BUMN) is the implementer of government policies in terms of electricity that is still unable to meet the availability of electricity. Based on this, the government provides opportunities for the private sector to participate in the business of providing electricity for the public interest by utilizing Renewable Energy (EBT). The findings of this study are that electricity is generated through power plants owned by private companies and the result is that electricity is sold to PT. The research was carried out in a normative juridical manner with data obtained from electricity and tariff regulations, literature books and journals, public-private cooperation contracts. The results of this study are the application of the principle of economic equilibrium in the Power Purchase Agreement contract between the Government, namely PT PLN (Persero) and the private partnership.


Economic Equilibrium Principle, Power Purchase Agreement, Renewable Energy Infrastructure.


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