Decision Making Model of Electric Power Fulfillment in Lampung Province Using Soft System Methodology

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  • M. Yusuf S. Barusman Bandar Lampung University
  • Appin Purisky Redaputri

Abstract

At present, Lampung Province is experiencing Electric Power Deficit. This study aims to investigate the criteria and decision making alternative solution of electricity distribution management, to determine alternative possibilities of decision-making, and decision alternative priority. Method used in this study is Soft System Methodology by using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP), Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM), Weighted Sum Method (WSM) and Weighted Product Method (WPM). The result has two criteria, which are internal and external, with three sub-criteria in each existing criteria. Among others are budget availability, human resources readiness, and implementation technique for internal criteria, population growth, economic growth and political intervention for external criteria. Moreover, some decision making alternatives are building additional power plants, transmission lines, renting additional power plant and IPP & Excess Power. There are 30 possibilities decision making model. And alternatives that become priority which are building transmission line and building additional power plant constructions.

Keywords: Decision Making, Alternative Priority, Soft System Methodology

JEL Classifications: D7, Q41, Q42

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2018-01-24

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Barusman, M. Y. S., & Redaputri, A. P. (2018). Decision Making Model of Electric Power Fulfillment in Lampung Province Using Soft System Methodology. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 8(1), 128–136. Retrieved from https://www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijeep/article/view/5932

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