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Asian Development Bank Assistance to the Power Sector in Indonesia

Asian Development Bank Assistance to the Power Sector in Indonesia

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The study mainly reviews the past performance, effectiveness and impact of ADB's assistance to the Indonesian power sector since 1980. The objective was to assess the broad development impacts and to provide guidance for future operations.
The study mainly reviews the past performance, effectiveness and impact of ADB's assistance to the Indonesian power sector since 1980. The objective was to assess the broad development impacts and to provide guidance for future operations.

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ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
IES: INO 2003-13
IMPACT EVALUATION STUDYOFASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ASSISTANCETO THEPOWER SECTORININDONESIA
July 2003
 
 
CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS
Currency Unit – rupiah (Rp)(as of 1 October 2002)Rp1.00 = $0.000111$1.00 = Rp9000.00
ABBREVIATIONS
ADB Asian Development BankADTA advisory technical assistanceDGEEU Directorate General for Electricity and Energy UtilizationDMC developing member countryEIRR economic internal rate of returnFIRR financial internal rate of returnGDP gross domestic productIMF International Monetary FundIPP independent power producerJEXIM Export-Import Bank of JapanJIBC Japan Bank for International CooperationOECF Overseas Economic Cooperation FundPCR project completion reportPLN P.T. Perusanhaan Listrik Negara (Persero)PPA power purchase agreementPPAR project performance audit reportPPTA project preparatory technical assistanceTA technical assistanceT&D transmission and distributionWACC weighted average cost of capital
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
c-km circuit kilometerGWh gigawatt-hour (1 million kWh)kWh – kilowatt-hourMVA – megavolt-ampereMW megawattMWh megawatt hour
NOTES
(i) The fiscal year (FY) of the Government and PLN ends on 31 December.Prior to 1995, FY of the Government and PLN ended on 31 March.(ii) In this report, “$” refers to US dollars.
Operations Evaluation Department, IE-70
 
 
CONTENTS
PageEXECUTIVE SUMMARY iiMAP viI. INTRODUCTION 1II. THE POWER SECTOR IN INDONESIA 2A. Sector Structure at Present 2B. Historical Perspective and Development 3III. EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE TO THE SECTOR 5A. Asian Development Bank Assistance 5B. Performance of Asian Development Bank Operations 10C. Other External Assistance 12IV. DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OF ASSISTANCE 12A. Macroeconomic Impact 12B. Socioeconomic Impact 12C. Environmental Impact 14D. Institutional Impact 15V. POWER SECTOR REFORM 21A. The Government’s Reform Agenda 21B. The Asian Development Bank’s Energy Sector Policy 22C. Application of Asian Development Bank Policies in Sector Reform 23VI. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 25A. Overall Assessment 25B. Lessons Learned 27C. Implications for the Future 28APPENDIXES1.
 
Asian Development Bank Assistance to the Power Sector
 
292. Completed Project Performance Data 313. External Assistance to Power Sector 324. Macroeconomic Impact 335. Financial and Economic Reevaluation of Sample Projects 356. Socioeconomic Impact 387. Operational and Financial Performanceof P.T. Perusanhaan Listrik Negara (Persero) 438. Independent Power Producers in Indonesia 44

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