Energy from big cities’ waste (Semarang, Makassar, Tangerang)

Name of the Project : Energy from big cities’ waste (Semarang, Makassar, Tangerang)
Total Investment : IDR 19,7 Trillion
APBN-APBD Source :
Private Source :
Funding Scheme : Public-Private Partnership (PPP), Private Sectors, State-Owned Enterprice(SOE)
Location :
Implementing Agency : Local Government of Each City
Planned Construction Commencement Date : 2017
Planned Commercial Operation Date : 2019
Project Status : contruction and will be operation in 2019
Latest Status : On average the latest status is in the stage of tender preparation, except Solo. Last Friday the city signed a contract with tender winner. Tangerang is preparing Outline Business Case (OBC) with International Finance Corporation (IFC). The latest status in Surabaya is as follows: tender winner of gasification has been determined as for incirenator, it has not been put out to tender. Semarang is still in the preparation of making tender list. Bandung is still preparing tender as there is a revision of location which previously was stated in Bandung, but it is revised in Regional Bandung.

Description of Project

The Government decides to start the acceleration of waste-based power plant. The seven cities chosen for the implementation of pilot project are: Jakarta, Bandung, Tangerang, Semarang, Surabaya, Solo and Makassar.