Energy: Opportunities existing in the design and construction of new power plants (coal, thermal and hydro), the refurbishment and upgrade of existing plants, supply of products and equipment and provision of specialist engineering and asset management services. The Government has set out progressive policies on promoting the use of renewable fuels and sustainable technologies.
Rail: The development of and investment in rail infrastructure in Indonesia has been slow but is vital both in supporting commuter expansion and moving freight. Expansion in mining sector development in outlying areas is seeing further investments. The government is also pushing ahead with plans to alleviate congestion in Jakarta, through a range of vehicles, including monorail, metro, mainline commuter and an airport rail link.
Airports: Indonesia is an archipelago consisting of 17,000 islands. Passenger numbers have increased six-fold since 1997 and are growing. Construction of new airports and expansion of existing ones will be needed.
Ports: This is a key area of development with opportunities for UK companies to become involved in port modernisation and development as well as construction of new ports and allied facilities.
High Value Opportunities (HVO) programme
The high value opportunities programme identifies large scale overseas projects offering the most value to UK Plc and aims to provide an intensive level of support to help UK businesses win contracts in and around these opportunities.
Further details on specific opportunities around these project will be provided as they become available. In the meantime, UK businesses interested in this HVO are encouraged to register their interest below.