Indonesia Jakarta

Electric Buses for Jakarta’s Sustainable Urban Mobility

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Jakarta

Governor Anies Baswedan

Jakarta is the capital city of the Republic of Indonesia. As Indonesia’s political center and a busy hub for Indonesia’s national finance and trade, Jakarta intends to completely electrify commercial vehicles used for its public transport. This project builds on the city’s long-standing effort to provide sustainable mobility by promoting the operation of e-buses in Jakarta for air quality improvement through pollution reduction.

Jakarta is the capital city of the Republic of Indonesia. As Indonesia’s political center and a busy hub for Indonesia’s national finance and trade, Jakarta intends to completely electrify commercial vehicles used for its public transport. This project builds on the city’s long-standing effort to provide sustainable mobility by promoting the operation of e-buses in Jakarta for air quality improvement through pollution reduction.

  • Population 10 million inhabitants with 32 million people living in the metropolitan area (2015)

The C40 Cities Finance Facility is supporting Jakarta to implement an operational trial fleet of 100 e-buses in the network of TransJakarta, which will contribute to Jakarta’s target of promoting public transport mode share to 60% as well as to 100% electrify TransJakarta’s fleet in 2030.

 The project will include preparation of a project proposal including financial modeling to ensure the project will reach financial feasibility and financial resources. For Jakarta, the trial project and its preparation are seen as an opportunity to learn about the technology, operation and business model of e-Bus fleets.

CFF is providing the following support:

  • Stakeholder and project management, to tie all policy, scope, tariff, contractual aspects together towards a bankable and implementation ready e-bus trial project.
  • Advise technology/system options and technical set-up of e-bus operations as well as associated knowledge management on technical and economic parameters of e-bus operations.
  • Develop a business case which can advise the financial feasibility of 100 e-bus trials by taking into account all relevant cost parameters, e-bus km tariff, contract parameters (risks, compensation and duration) and subsidy requirements.
  • Identification of applicable/feasible financing options.
  • Development of the Social Cost Benefit Analysis (SCBA) to establish a case for additional subsidy for TransJakarta operations if required.
  • Procurement strategy for 100 e-bus trials.
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