Indonesia is a huge country, spread over a vast archipelago of more than 14,700 islands. One of the biggest challenges for the government is to ensure stable and readily available power and utilities.
Developing Indonesia's infrastructure is a core government initiative, with substantial investment being made in projects nationwide. Together with state owned enterprises the private sector is playing a significant role; both in terms of construction and financing.
The private sector, when involved in power and utilities projects, faces various challenges in terms of regulatory, technical, socio-economic and cultural but slowly the market is becoming more accessible.
Indonesia presents a major investment opportunity for domestic and international companies. Among infrastructure opportunities, power remains highly attractive.