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A LEADING CATALYST IN FACILITATING INDONESIAS INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

The Role of PT SMI


in Renewable Energy Projects

April 2015

PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero)

Our sector
focus

Who We Are
Establishment:
February 26, 2009

Our Services

Ownership :
100% owned by the Government of
Indonesia

Vision:
To serve as catalyst in accelerating
national infrastructure development

PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero)

Our Sector Focus

We provide Commercial
Financing
Investment
Loan/Term
Loan

Working
Capital Loan

Bridge Loan

Take Out
Financing

Promoter
Financing

Subordinated
Loan

Mezzanine

Equity
Investment

Arranger &
Underwriter
Services

We provide Advisory
Services
Financial & Investment Advisory Services

Mission:
1. To become a strategic partner that
delivers value added contributions to
Indonesias infrastructure development
2. To develop flexible financing products
3. To offer service excellence backed
with good corporate governance

Water Supply

Toll Road & Bridges

Transportation

Oil & Gas

Telecommunications

Transaction Advisory Services


Training & Capacity Building

We provide PPP Project


Preparation Services
Project Development Facility
Advisory to Contracting/ Tendering
Agencies
Limited Capacity Building

Waste Water &


Waste Management

Electricity

Irrigation &
Waterway

PT SMI Financing Portfolio


Financing Portfolio as of 2014
IDRbillion
6.000

5.577

Irigation
Water Supply 5%
6%

Outstanding
5.000

Telecommunication
9%

Commitment

Electricity
37%

4.477
4.262
4.000

Transportation
13%
3.087
3.000

2.222

Road
15%

2.000

1.158

1.196

1.000

400

RENEWABLE ENERGY
28%

525

175

(IDR 577 billion)

2010

Oil & Gas


15%

2011

2012

2013

2014

PT SMI Financing Portfolio


Total Project Cost Financed IDR 45.5 trillion
IDRbillion
50.000
7.118

45.546

45.000
17.070

40.000
35.000
30.000
25.000

Total Non
Renewable
Energy
97%

17.993

20.000

Total
Renewable
Energy
3%

(Rp 1.36
trillion)

15.000
10.000
5.000

2.079

1.287

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Total Project
Cost

Since its operation in 2009, PT SMI has been financing 225,82 MW renewable energy projects
(Power Plants).
PT SMI is exploring opportunities in other renewable energy projects and currently in cooperation
with UNDP to promote wind energy projects in Indonesia

PT SMI Renewable Energy Project Portfolio


Location Distribution
Hydro Power Plant,
Asahan, North Sumatera
Mini Hydro Power Plant South
Solok, West Sumatera
Mini Hydro Power Plant Tara
Bintang, North Sumatera

Mini Hydro Power Plant


Banjarnegara, Central Java

Mini Hydro Power Plant South


Solok, West Sumatera

Mini Hydro Power Plant,


Mobuya, North Sulawesi

Mini Hydro Power Plant Tara Bintang,


North Sumatera

Hydro Power Plant,


Humbahas, North Sumatera

Mini Hydro Power Plant


Lebong, Bengkulu

Mini Hydro Power Plant


Lebak, Banten

Wind Energy Power Plant,


Sumba and Lebak

Our renewable energy portfolio includes


hydro, mini hydro, and wind energy power plant
Financing
*as of 2014

Advisory

National Energy Mix Strategy is Supported


by Diversified Renewable Energy Sourcing in Indonesia
Natural
Gas
24%
2011

National Energy Mix

Oil
47%

Natural
Gas
30%

Coal
33%

Target on 2025

Coal
24%

Oil
20%

NRE
5%

NRE
17%

NRE= New & Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy Potential in Indonesia


Energy Source

Installed Capacity

Resource Potential

Undeveloped Potential (%)

Hydropower

4,264 MW

75,760 MW

94

Geothermal

1,052 MW

27,510 MW

96

Mini-hydropower

86.1 MW

500 MW

83

Biomass

445 MW

49,810 MW

99

Solar

12.1 MW

4.8 kWh/m2/day

Wind

1.1 MW

9,190 MW

99

35 MW

100

Ocean

Source: PLN & Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia

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Disclaimer
All information presented were taken from multiple sources and
considered as true by the time they were written to the knowledge of
PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero). PT Sarana Multi
Infrastruktur (Persero) can not be held responsible from any
inacuracy contained in the material. PT SMI follows all internal and
external guidelines and regulations that govern the evaluation
process on determining the financing feasibility of an infrastructure
project. Every decision to finance or not to finance a project is
therefore based on a responsible and thorough due diligence
process.
Any complaint in the process of financing irregularities can be
submitted to:
Ms. Astried Swastika
Corporate Secretary PT SMI
Tel : +62 21 5785 1499
Fax : +62 21 5785 4298
Email : corporatesecretary@ptsmi.co.id
Website : www.ptsmi.co.id
Public complaints on PT SMI service will be kept strictly confidential
and handled by a special committee to ensure that complaints are
addressed appropriately.