Wind Power Stakeholders in Indonesia

The stakeholders include Developers, Utility/off taker, Government, supporting industry and Financial Institutions, etc.

The Government consists of the Ministries and relevant agencies of the energy mineral resources, provinces, regencies and cities are prime stakeholders. The 542 autonomous regions consist of 34 provinces, 410 regencies and 98 municipalities. The Developers are those private company that are invested in wind power Indonesia including State Own Enterprises or it’s subsidiaries. Supporting industries consist of manufactures, contractor and services companies in wind power business. The Utility is PLN that remains the single off taker / buyer for geothermal developers. The Financial Institutions are lending institutions and equity investors always have a major role to play in any private sector investment, and are significant stakeholders in this process.



PT Pembangkitan Jawa Bali ( PJB )

Jl. Ketintang Baru No. 11
Surabaya (60231)
Jawa Timur, Indonesia

PT Indonesia Power , East Indonesia

Centennial Tower Lt. 7-8 Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav. 24-25 
Jakarta Selatan 12950, Indonesia.


 Pacific Century Place lt. 36 
 SCBD Lot.10 Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 52-53 
 Jakarta Selatan 12190


Jl. MH. Thamrin, No. 59, Lt. 20,
Gondangdia, Menteng, 
Jakarta Pusat 10350


Equity Tower 26th
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52-53
Sudirman Central Business District
Jakarta 12190



Kencana Tower Lt.11
Business Park Kebun Jeruk 
Jl. Raya Meruya Ilir No.88 
Jakarta Barat – 11620


Menara Sentraya Lt 17
Jl. Iskandarsyah Raya No 1A, Blok  M, Keb Baru Raya 


Modern Industri Industrial Estate
Jalan Modern Industri II No. 16,  Serang-Banten


Kantor Taman Kav E 3.3 Unit C9/ Menara Anugerah
Jl Mega Kuningan, Kawasan Mega Kuningan


Jalan Mampang Prapatan XV, No18
12790 Mampang Prapatan - Tegal Parang
Jakarta - Indonesia





SMESCO Tower Lt. 10  
Jl. Gatot Subroto Kav 94, 
Jakarta Selatan 12780


Jl. Kapten Tendean No.24, RT.1/RW.1, Pela Mampang, 
Kec. Mampang Prpt., Kota Jakarta Selatan, 
Jakarta 12720


PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (Persero) (PLN)

PLN is responsible for the majority of Indonesia's electricity generation and has exclusive powers in relation to the transmission, distribution and supply of electricity to the public. PLN is regulated and supervised by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, the Ministry of State Owned Enterprises and the Ministry of Finance.

In 2004, PLN was transformed from a public utility into a state-owned limited liability company (or Persero). The 2009 Electricity Law removed PLN's role as the PKUK or Authorized Holder of Electricity Business License. PLN is now simply the holder of an Electricity Business Supply License for Public Use (IUTPL)
The 2009 Electricity Law also provides a right of first refusal to PLN for conducting electricity supply in an area before the national or regional Governments can offer the
opportunity to regional-owned entities, private entities or cooperatives.
PLN Head Office
Main Building 7th Floor;
Jl. Trunojoyo Blok M I/135, Jakarta 12160 Indonesia
Phone: +6221-7251234

National Government (Ministries and their significant agencies)

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR)
The MEMR is charged with creating and implementing Indonesia's energy policy, issuing certain business licenses for facilities and licenses243 in the electricity sector and regulating the electricity sector. The MEMR is also responsible for the National Electricity Plan (RUKN), for preparing laws and regulations related to electricity, and for the national tariff and subsidy policies.

The MEMR consist of 5 Directorates, 1 Agency, 1 Center of Research & Development and 1Center of Education & Training. The Directorates relevant to geothermal within the MEMR include the Geological Agency, Directorate of Electricity and the Directorate of New and Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation, under which is the Directorate of Geothermal

Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan No.18, Jakarta, 10110 Indonesia
Phone : +62 (021) 3519881
Fax : +62 (021) 3519881
Directorate General of Electricity (DG-E)
The Directorate General of Electricity is responsible for regulating and supervising the development of geothermal power plants.
The duties and functions of Directorate General of Electricity are:
  • Formulation of policies in the electricity sector;
  • Implementation of policies in the electricity sector;
  • Preparation of norms, standards, procedures;
  • Criteria in the electricity sector;
  • Providing technical guidance;
  • Evaluation in the fields of electricity; and
  • Administration of the DG-E.
Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Blok X 2
Kav. 07, 08; Kuningan, Jakarta 12950 Indonesia
Phone : +62-21-5225180
Fax : +62-21-5256044
Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (NRE-EC)
Established in 2010, the Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation includes; Directorate Geothermal, Directorate Bio Energy, Directorate Various New Energy and New Energy (New Energy: Nuclear, Fuel Cell, Coal Bed Methane, Liquid Coal, Gasified Coal), (Renewable Energy: Hydro, Geothermal, Biomass, Solar, Wind and Ocean) and Directorate of Conservation of Energy.

The duties and functions of Directorate General of New Renewable Energy & Conservation
Energy are:
  • Formulation of policies in the NRE-EC sector;
  • Implementation of policies in the NRE-EC sector;
  • Preparation of norms, standards, procedures, and criteria in the NRE-EC sector;
  • Providing technical guidance and evaluation in the fields of NRE-EC; and
  • Administration of the Directorate of NRE-EC.
Wind Power business manage by Directorate of Various Energy 
Ministry of State Owned Enterprises (MSOE)
The MSOE supervises PLN’s management, sets PLN’s corporate performance targets and approves its annual budget. According to Law 19/2003 on State-Owned Enterprises, a StateOwned Enterprise (SOE), is a business entity in which all or most of the capital is owned by the state through direct investments. The approximate 120 SOEs in Indonesia, PT PLN, and PT Pertamina (Persero) are the largest.

Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan No. 13, Jakarta, 10110 (
Ministry of Finance (MoF)
The Ministry of Finance approves tax incentives that may be offered by the Government of Indonesia for an electricity project as well as any Government guarantees. The directorates and agencies relevant to geothermal within the MoF include the Directorate of Tax, Directorate of Custom, the Fiscal Policy Agency, and the Indonesia Investment Agency.

The Risk Management Unit (RMU) within the MoF is responsible for reviewing requests. Any approved guarantees are administered by PT PII (which operates the Indonesia
Infrastructure Guarantee Facility. The Ministry of Finance also determines the electricity subsidy to PLN and loan arrangements for PLN.

Djuanda Building Lt. 12 Jl., Jakarta, 10710
Phone : +62 21-3849605
Fax : +62 21-3500847
Ministry of the Environment (MEnv)
In general, the Ministry aims to improve the environment and management of natural resources through sustainable development principles. Specific targets to be achieved are:
  • The controlled pollution and environmental degradation of rivers, lakes, coastal and marine, as well as ground water;
  • Protection of land preservation, biodiversity and forest ecosystems;
  • The improvement in air quality and waste management, and hazardous and toxic waste; and
  • Management of natural resources where the environment is integrated.
The MEnv is responsible for regulating and monitoring environmental aspects related to the geothermal sector. MEnv has authority over AMDALs and Environment licenses for geothermal lands that overlap multiple provinces.

Address : 
Jalan DI Panjaitan Kav. 24, East Jakarta, 13410 Indonesia
Phone : +62 021-8580067-68
The National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)
Bappenas is responsible for carrying-out governmental duties in the field of national development planning in accordance with prevailing laws and regulations.
Within Bappenas is the Project Development Facility that funds designated PPP transactions. Bappenas also includes the Private Sector Cooperation Centre (PKPS) which facilitates cooperation on infrastructure projects between the Government and private investors and which houses the PPP Central Unit (P3CU). P3CU has a number of functions including:
  • Providing support to National Committee for the Acceleration of Infrastructure Provision “KKPPI” for policy formulation and assessment of requests for contingent Government support;
  • The preparation of the Government's PPP "blue book" which lists project opportunities for private investors;
  • Support to Government Contracting Agencies for the preparation of projects; and
  • The development of capacity within government agencies for PPP implementation.
Jalan Taman Suropati No.2, Jakarta, 10310 Indonesia
Phone : +62 21 319 6207
Phone : +62 21 3145374
Fax : +62 21 3145374
National Land Affairs Agency (BPN)
National Land Agency is a non-departmental government institution which is under and responsible to the President. In accordance with Presidential Decree 10/2006 the National Land Agency has the task of carrying out governance in the land sector nationally, regionally and sectorally.

Gedung Badan Pertanahan Nasional Lantai V
Jalan Sisingamangaraja Nomor 2, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12110 Indonesia
Email :
Geospatial Information Agency (BIG)
Geospatial Information Agency (BIG) was born to replace the Coordinating Agency for Surveys and Mapping (BAKOSURTANAL) as a mandate of Article 22 of Law 04/2011 on Geospatial Information (GI), and Regulation 94/2011 regarding the Geospatial Information Agency. Geospatial Information Agency has the task of carrying out government duties in the field of Geospatial Information. Among the functions of BIG are:

Formulation and control of technical policy in the field of geospatial information provide basic geospatial information services that includes data collection, processing, storage of data and information, and Use of basic geospatial information
Indonesia just implementing One Map Policy (KSP) through Presidential Regulation Number 9 Year 2016 on Accelerating Implementation of One Map Policy, this regulations mandates the government to immediately realize one references and standards that can later be used as a common reference in formulating various policies related to space planning and utilization in Indonesia at the Level of Accuracy Map Scale 1: 50,000. Related to this KSP, local governments to compile and verify Thematic Geospatial Information (IGT). This is to support the acceleration of the realization of a one-map policy that contains various development data in various regions in Indonesia.

The thematic information that needs to be verified are the provincial and district / municipal RTRW law maps, Provincial, Regency / City and Village / Provincial Administration Borders map, Provincial / District road map, Location Permit map, Mining Permit map, Ulayat or Forest land map Customs, irrigation area maps, and Regional Irrigation Network Map. The implementation of the One Map Policy also helps the realization of Presidential Regulation Number 91 of 2017 on Accelerating Enforcement of Businesses.
ESDM ONE MAP is a web-based information system capable of displaying various information on thematic maps of the Energy and Mineral sector online (webGIS) which can be accessed at . The One Map Indonesia EMR Development is the implementation of One Map Policy in the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Map.
Jalan Raya Bogor Km. 46, Nanggewer Mekar, Cibinong, Bogor, Jawa Barat 16912
Phone : +62 (21) 8754601
National Energy Counsel (DEN)
DEN was formed in 2009 pursuant to Energy Law 30/2007 on the formulation of a National Energy Policy and the determination of the National Energy Master Plan (RUEN), and the Planning of Steps to Provide for Any Future Energy Crisis. The President and Vice-President with the Minister of Energy & Mineral Resources as Executive Chairman, chair the DEN. DEN has 15 members, which include the Minister and Government officials responsible for the transportation, distribution and utilization of energy, and other stakeholders. The members of the Council are seven representatives from the ministries directly responsible for supplying, transporting, distributing and utilizing energy; and eight representatives from stakeholders. Ministerial members are appointed by the President and the others are selected by the House of Representatives.
The duties of the National Energy Council are to design and formulate national energy policy, to decide measures to manage energy crises and emergencies, and to monitor the implementation of energy policy that is cross-sectoral in nature.

NEC issued Government Regulation no 79/2014 on National Energy Policy and set target 23% share of renewable energy on national energy mix by 2025 and 31% by 2050. Government issued Presidential Regulation no 22/2017 on Master Plan of National Energy ( RUEN ), among of RUEN target is 45,2 GW Renewable Power plant by 2025, 1.8 GW of them with 28 GW and 162 GW by 2050 with 28 GW from Wind Power
Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto Kav. 49 Jakarta Selatan
Email :
Milist :
The Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
BKPM acts as a "one-stop" integrated service ( PTSP ) since 2014. Its role includes centralizing the processing of projects that require private participation. The Investment Coordinating Board is responsible for issuing investment licenses to foreign entities and has taken steps to simplify the application process through better coordination between various government institutions.
With the National Single Window for Investment, all investment permits and endeavors are integrated in 1 parallel process. NSWi portal is the main door for access to licensing and non-licensing information and applications. Investors can obtain information on existing investment licensing processes, services, contacts and online applications after obtaining access rights such as applying for IP / IU permits, and reporting on investment developments in Indonesia through LKPM.
In addition to Investors, NSWi also provides services to Ministries and Agencies related to investment. The relevant Ministries and Agencies may obtain services and manage data related to Electronic Information System and Investment Permit (SPIPISE) in this NSWi portal.

BKPM can implement NSWi because of SPIPISE application. SPIPISE is an electronic system for licensing and non-licensing services integrated between BKPM and Ministry / Non-Departmental Government Institution with licensing and non-licensing authority, DPMPTSP-Province and DPMPTSP-Regency / City.

The development of SPIPISE mandated to BKPM aims to support the implementation of PTSP through the ease of obtaining information and accelerating the process of licensing of investment. There are three platforms on SPIPISE, namely:

(1) Processing of Licensing Application;
(2) Document Search and Application Status, and
(3) Portal Information

All published documents are automatically entered in the company folder of SPIPISE and may be shared by the relevant Ministries / Agencies / Government
Jl. Jendral Gatot Subroto 44
Jakarta 12190, Indonesia
Email :
The homepage of BKPM is :
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Indonesia was a founding member of the ADB in 1966 and is one of the bank’s largest borrowers. 

Gedung BRI II, 7th Floor, Jakarta, 10210
Phone : +62 21 2512721
Fax : +62 21 2512749
The homepage of Asian Development Bank is:

Financial Institution - Domestic

PT Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Fund (PT PII)
PT Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee was established in 2009 to provide guarantees for infrastructure projects. It also acts as a strategic advisor to the Government and a transaction manager/lead arranger for infrastructure projects. PT PII is wholly owned by the Government with IDR 1 trillion in initial capital and plans to receive an additional IDR 1 trillion minimum per year until 2014 when it will reach IDR 6.5 trillion.
Prosperity Tower 53rd – 55th  Floor
District 8, Sudirman Central Business Distric, Lot 28
Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Kav 52-53, 
Jakarta Selatan 12190
PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (PT SMI) and PT Indonesia Infrastruktur Financing (PT IIF) or Infrastructure Fund
PT SMI is a special fund set up to support infrastructure financing in Indonesia. PT SMI was established in 2009 with IDR 1 trillion in start-up capital. Its subsidiary, PT IIF is a commercially oriented non-bank financial intermediary with an infrastructure project finance focus.

Funding for geothermal activity is supported by government via Geothermal Infrastructure Support (PISP) Fund by PT SMI as stipulated in MoF Reg. 62/2017. The Geothermal Infrastructure Support – Pendanaan Infrastruktur Sektor Panas Bumi (PISP) Fund is sourced from government investment from the Government Investment Center (PIP) to PT SMI for geothermal funding, and from other eligible funding sources. World Bank is planning for a $660m funding facility to support an increase in
geothermal l exploration activity, which will be managed by PT SMI.
Wisma GKBI Building, 8th Fl, Jakarta, 10210 Indonesia
Phone : +62 21 5785 1499
Fax : +62 21 5785 4298
The homepage of PT SMI is:
The homepage of PT IIF is:


Indonesian Wind Energy Association (IWEA/AEAI)
The Indonesian Geothermal Association is an industry involved in wind power businesses in Indonesia. Established in 2014, at present the organization has more than 20 members from various business entity.

Kantor Taman Kav E 3.3 Unit C9/ Menara Anugerah
Jl Mega Kuningan, Kawasan Mega Kuningan 
The Indonesian Electric Power Society (MKI)
The Indonesian Electric Power Society (Masyarakat Ketenaga listrikan Indonesia or "MKI") was established on 3 September 1998. It currently has about 200 members from various stakeholders within the electricity industry. The main objective of MKI is to provide a forum to discuss matters relating to the industry and forward member's views to the Government on topics such as technology, manpower, the environment and business regulation. 

Office: 18 Office Park 3rd floor Unit 3A, Jalan TB Simatupang No. 18, Jakarta 15250
Phone: +62 21 525 2379
Mobile: +62 811  929 0153
The Indonesian Renewable Energy Society ( METI )
METI was launched in 1999. METI is a forum for communication, consultation and cooperation among players of Renewable Energy (ET) including Solar PV, Geothermal, Micro Hydro, Biomass, Wind, Bio-Diesel, Bio-Ethanol, Ocean and other Renewable Energy. METI objective is to accelerate the improvement of the function of RE in the provision of national energy needs.