Indonesia at a glance
- 3 Project Trackers
- 2 Priority Lists
- 1 Forward Pipeline
- 1 Investment program
- Downloadable data
- National coverage
- All sectors covered
As one of Southeast Asia’s largest economic and population hubs, Indonesia is favourably positioned to continue expanding its infrastructure activities. Underpinning this momentum are reforms that have increased the efficiency of permit processes, with associated costs and times to start a business reduced significantly.
Indonesia is a Unitary State with three major levels of government operating under a primarily civil law system. Ownership and responsibility for many public services, including infrastructure provision, has been (or is being) decentralised to provinces (states) and regencies (local government), yet many still remain with the National Government and state-owned enterprises.
The Government of Indonesia's annual PPP Projects Book provides a reliable and current overview of PPP projects for the private sector as potential investors, categorising projects as either 'ready to offer' or 'under preparation'. It also showcases projects currently in tender or in the signing process and success stories of PPPs in Indonesia.
This national Ministry of Finance list tracks and provides detailed information on PPP projects from the planning stage to the operational stage.
The National Indonesian Development Plan allocates IDR5.957 trillion investment to strategic priority projects across major sectors like water and sanitation, renewable energy, and public transport.
This summarises priority projects across Indonesia. Some are completed, some are under construction, and some are in the planning phase. It is maintained by the Committee for Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Delivery (KPPIP).
PPP, private, public
This lists priority projects as identified by the Committee for Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Delivery (KPPIP).
PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (PT SMI) is a state-owned enterprise with a vision to act as the leading catalyst in the acceleration of national infrastructure development with objectives to optimise social and economic benefits of infrastructure in communities and support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. It has USD7.9 billion in total assets (2021) across both equity and debt products and acts in three key business areas of support in financing and investment, advisory services, and project development. PT SMI has played a significant role in green financing, project development, and offering local currency financing to infrastructure projects on relatively long tenors in comparison to other lending institutions and banks. Explore the GI Hub National Infrastructure Banks tool here, and read more about PT SMI here.