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Coordinating Minister Luhut Binsar revealed PLN plans to build a submerged underwater cable from Sumatra to Java Island.
In terms of pollution, Anies Baswedan requested PLN to monitor the emissions produced by the city's electricity power plants.
PLN Business Director Haryanto introduced the diesel-fueled power plants (PLTD) Senayan as one of the energy reserves sources for MRT Jakarta.
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.
PT MRT Jakarta official said that his side is waiting for PLN's promise to build a third subsystem as the electricity supply for the urban train.
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.
PLN will likely cut the salary of its employees following the Java power outage crisis on Sunday, August 4.
PLN acting-president director refrained from hastily deducing the main cause of the massive power outage in Java.
MRT official said the blackout made the trains unable to operate and transport more than 50,000 passengers.
State power company PLN has reactivated 15 power plants to supply the Java-Bali grid.
The compensation would be given to around 20 million subscribers who were affected by the Java power outages on Sunday and Monday.
PLN assured all Java-Bali electricity systems have returned to normal in line with the transmission of power supply from several plants.
YLKI chairman Tulus Abadi opined PLN must compensate customers affected by Java power outage based on their real loss.
Transportation Minister suggested that the MRT and KRL transportation system shouid have its own power plants following major blackout in Jakarta.