Eastern Indonesia Renewable Energy Project (Phase 2) (ADB-51209-002)

  • Indonesia
Geographic location where the impacts of the investment may be experienced.
Specific Location
Likupang (North Sulawesi) Pringgabaya, Selong, and Sengkol (Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara)
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  • Asian Development Bank (ADB)
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Bank Risk Rating
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Voting Date
Apr 11, 2018
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PT Infrastruktur Terbarukan (IT) Adhiguna, PT IT Buana, PT IT Cemerlang, PT IT Lestari
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  • Energy
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Investment Type(s)
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Investment Amount (USD)
$ 40.17 million
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Loan Amount (USD)
$ 40.17 million
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Corporate Actor Documents
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Primary Source

Original disclosure @ ADB website

Updated in EWS Jun 25, 2020

Disclosed by Bank Apr 25, 2018

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Project Description
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Phase 2 of the project will construct, operate and maintain a 21 MW solar power plant in Likupang (North Sulawesi) and three 7 MW solar power plants, in Pringgabaya, Selong, and Sengkol (Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara). 

The Government of Indonesia has set ambitious targets to increase the share of energy supplied from renewable energy from 12% in 2013 to 23% in 2025. Therefore, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral plans to increase the capacity of grid power generation through new and renewable energy to 45 GW by 2025. The Project contributes to the acceleration and expansion of private sector investments in clean energy infrastructure in Indonesia

Investment Description
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Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in Asia II (CFPS II) US$ 21.90 million

Leading Asia's Private Infrastructure Fund (LEAP) US$ 5.78 million

Ordinary capital resources US$ 12.49 million

Private Actors Description
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The Project supports a leading private sector player (Equis Group) in its contributions towards this goal. The concessional financing from the Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in Asia II (CFPS II) was needed to assist with implementation of the first utility-scale solar power projects in Indonesia and to help the project sponsors to address its first mover costs and disadvantages as well as overcome various technical and regulatory challenges.

Private Actor 1 Private Actor 1 Role Private Actor 1 Sector Relation Private Actor 2 Private Actor 2 Role Private Actor 2 Sector
- - - - Equis Funds Group Pte Ltd Parent Company -
- - - - PT Global Pasifik Terbarukan Parent Company -
- - - - PT Infrastruktur Terbarukan Adhiguna Client -
- - - - PT Infrastruktur Terbarukan Buana Client -
- - - - PT Infrastruktur Terbarukan Cemerlang Client -
- - - - PT Infrastruktur Terbarukan Lestari Client -
- - - - PT Infrastruktur Terbarukan Mandiri Parent Company -
- - - - Redaya Energi Solar, Pte. Ltd. Parent Company -

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Project Sponsor(s)

Equis Group
PT Global Pasifik Terbarukan
PT Infrastruktur Terbarukan Mandiri
Redaya Energi Solar, Pte. Ltd


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