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Soekarno-Hatta International Airport's Terminal 3 experienced a blackout on Wednesday night which left the terminal in complete darkness.
State-run electricity company PLN is forced to temporarily shut down 1,612 substations affected by flooding in Jakarta, West Java, and Banten.
State electricity company PLN has turned off the electricity in 724 locations in Jakarta and its greater area that are affected by the flood today.
PLN promises that there will not be any blackout during the holiday season of Christmas 2019 and New Year 2020.
People of Asmat, Papua voiced complaints about the power outage which has occurred since a month ago in the region.
The total amount of compensation paid by PLN for the blackout or the Java power outage in early August was Rp840 billion.
According to PLN acting-head Sripeni Inten Cahyani, the firm has shelled out up to Rp839.88 billion for 21.9 of its customers.
The number of MRT Jakarta passengers in August reportedly fell 13 percent compared to July caused by the major blackout on August 4.
House deputy speaker Fadli Zon said that the Industry 4.0 revolution will be nothing without basic infrastructures such as electricity.
West Java businesses said that calculating the loss they suffer following the Java power outage incident was effortful.
PLN announced that it will expedite the distribution of the compensation for the 30-hours-long blackout occurred in Jakarta, Banten, and West Java.
The Indonesian Young Advocates Forum (FAMI) filed a class-action lawsuit at the South Jakarta District Court against PLN over Sunday's major blackout.
Governor Anies Baswedan announced he will start to discuss the city's plan to power the operations of MRT with dedicated power sources.
Jakarta PLN distribution promised to add electric supply for the capital city in order to reduce the dependence toward external electricity.
DPR deputy speaker Fadli Zon deems it unfair for PLN to commence employee pay cut following the massive power outage in Java.
The DPR Commission VII member, Kurtubi, demanded the government hold an independent investigation on Sunday's blackout in Jakarta, West Java, Banten.
PLN acting president director Sripeni Inten Cahyani said she could not make an assurance that there would be no more blackout in the future.
Indonesia needs electricity reserves to anticipate incidents of power outages that can cripple business and public facilities.
PLN will likely cut the salary of its employees following the Java power outage crisis on Sunday, August 4.
Jusuf Kalla recalled about his experience enduring the massive Java blackout.