Besides Public Private Partnerships, Anglo Euro Energi Indonesia (AEEI) adopts various project financing strategies based on the size, nature, value and duration of the projects.
The approach AEEI undertakes in project financing involves innovative solutions in Blended Finance, Green, Project, Social and Sustainability Bond issuance.
For Low-Income Housing and Integrated Community projects, AEEI collaborates with institutional and philanthropic investors to finance local housing and social projects with the support of Government mortgage lenders and state financing institutions. A portion of the municipal annual budget allocation are reserved to meet the financial obligations of the projects undertaken. AEEI and its Partners strive to alleviate Poverty and improve quality of lives for the communities.
AEEI structures primary issue of social bonds with the social communal projects as the underlayer including underwriting of the projects. Interested purchasers are registered before bond issue as exit strategy. Buyers can be International Government Agencies, philanthropic and family trusts, charitable foundations that prioritise value on community and human development beyond purely monetary incentives.
Carbon Capture & Sequestration and Methane Mitigation Projects are suitable for Green Bond and Sustainability-Linked Bond issuance based on ESG Objectives.
AEEI’s decarbonisation, renewable energy and integrated community projects can also be structured under Impact Investing as the projects undertaken have positive social and/or environmental impact. Socially Responsible Investing based on Environment, Social and Governance criterion positively promotes climate change, quality of life, health, social capital, and human development.
Another innovative financing structure which AEEI is currently assessing for small scale Green Assets projects such as community off-grid renewables is Tokenised Securities through Blockchain technology. This approach allows investors to have a share in the project participated and they would receive dividends based on electricity generated.