Abstract—This paper aims to promote a power generation
company experience on non-renewable energy management
within environmental preservation and commitment. The
environmental commitment reflected on Sustainable Program
to overall environmental aspects, social perspective also taken
into account. Strategic Programs on each aspect shared in this
paper consist of (1) Socialization of Environmental Policy and
Environmental Team Incubation; (2) Solar Cell Utilization; (3)
Replacement of Freon as Refrigerant for Operation Support; (4)
Priok Vehicle-less in Red Zone Area; (5) Utilization of WWTP
Sludge for Mixture Ingredients of Paving Block; (6) Solid Waste
Preservation from Kali Japat Stream; (7) Utilization of
Ablutions Water for Plants Watering; (8) Replacement of
NaOCl as Water Biocide in Water Intake of CCPP 1-2; (9) 1,920
Endemic Crops Plantation in Setu Babakan – a Cultural
Heritage Kampong of Betawi Community; (10) North Jakarta
Local Community Development Through “Kampung Sehat”.
These ten noticeable programs in on going in 2016 with
underlined purpose are to preserve and protect Jakarta’s
surround environment. Annual progress has also reported on
Environmental Compliance and Beyond Assessment, commonly
known as PROPER, under Directorate General of Control and
Prevention of Environmental Damage, Ministry of
Environment and Forestry, Ditjen PPKL - KLHK.
Index Terms—Environmental commitment, ten strategic programs, priok combined cycle of power plant, North Jakarta, environmental reporting, and proper.
Dewi Permatasari is with Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy Sector, Indonesia (e-mail: email@example.com).
Flavianus Erwin Putranto and Tri Tjahjonoputro are with PT. Indonesia Power – GSU Priok, Jakarta, Indonesia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
Cite: Dewi Permatasari, Flavianus Erwin Putranto, and Tri Tjahjonoputro, "10 Environmental Innovations in Harmony of Sustainable Electricity Generation: An Experience of Combined-Cycle Power Plant of Priok, Indonesia," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 8, no. 9, pp. 665-672, 2017.