This report builds on the inaugural Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities, Indonesia report released in May 2018. It provides updated content to help meet the growing demand for green investment opportunities, including green bonds, as well as to support the country’s transition to a low-carbon economy.
The incumbent Indonesian President Joko Widodo was re-elected, and his agenda for the next five years sees infrastructure and energy development taking center stage. The government anticipates that between 2020 and 2024 the value of investment required for all infrastructure will be about IDR6,445tn (USD460bn).
President Widodo's government is expected to continue to grow its use of green finance as a means of supporting the administration’s significant infrastructure objectives and to meet climate change targets.
This report examines green infrastructure in investment opportunities as well as identifying green finance options for these. It considers four key sectors: renewable energy, low-carbon transport, sustainable water management and sustainable waste management. The Climate Bonds Taxonomy was used to identify which projects and assets are green.
This update report features two case studies per sector. A more comprehensive list of green protects from public pipelines is available as a supplement here.
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