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PT SMI on IIICE 2015: A Greater Access to Infrastructure Development

PT SMI on IIICE 2015: A Greater Access to Infrastructure Development

PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero) (PT SMI) make itself more accessible to the people by joining the Indonesia International Infrastructure Conference and Exhibition 2015 (IIICE 2015) during Nov. 4 to 6 at the Jakarta Convention Center.

On the second day of the exhibition, PT SMI conducted a discussion on two issues:

  1. Alternative Financing to Accelerate Local Infrastructure Development that provide important information and best practice of financing local infrastructure development, presented by panel speakers of: PT SMI Project Development and Advisory Director Darwin Trisna Djajawinata, The district loan division head from the Home Affairs Ministry, Bejo Mulyono, and South Halmahera district secretary Helmi Surya Botutihe.
  2. Government Program on Sustainable Financing Renewable Energy Program in Indonesia, which addressed the challenges and future of renewable energy projects in Indonesia. The program featured competent speakers, such as USAID Indonesia Clean Energy Development (ICED) sustainable finance specialist Raymond Bona, UNDP Indonesia environment unit program manager Verania Andria, renewable energy accelerated development task force chairperson from Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry William Sabandar and Indonesia Financial Services Authority (OJK) deputy director Edi Setijawan.

The details of the discussion was published on The Jakarta Post, 10 November 2015

PT SMI also launched a new responsive website design on the third day of IIICE 2015. The new design provides faster time and easier access to PT SMI website, especially for visitors from mobile devices.

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