Journal article

Attaining value from private investment in power generation projects in Asian emerging economies - an empirical study from Indonesia

G Atmo, Colin Duffield

CSID Journal of Infrastructure Development | Universitas Indonesia | Published : 2015


Provision of electrical infrastructure in emerging economies, like Indonesia, is very challenging post the 2008 Global Financial Crisis (GFC). Constrained lending via international finance markets has led to a reduction in the number of investors and shorter lending periods for public private partnerships (PPPs) projects. While domestic Indonesian investors and banks have begun to be involved in such projects, the scale of budgetary requirements for the delivery of power plant projects generally exceeds the financial capacity of both the public sector and local financial markets. This paper presents the findings of a Delphi style survey and proposes implementation strategies that may overc..

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