Most of my time I spend working in Indonesia. I meet various stakeholders everyday such as local developers, banks, international investors, technology providers and government agencies and many more. I have realized that there are so much of potential and at the same time equal amount of challenge that exists.
It is not easy to have an energy project successful due to the fact that it is very much depended by government policies and its regulations and yet you have to select right technology and most importantly fund raising for the project.
I have seen many projects with some challenges, and it is our wish to overcome such challenges with you.
We focus on the energy sector and understand deeply the market and the business. We are capable of implementing effective solutions that drive your project successful.
Currently, we are active in the Vietnam and Philippines besides Indonesia. We aim to expand our business in region of ASEAN countries. We strive for excellence in how we understand real needs, in how we execute the best possible solutions and in how deliver the successful result to your project.
We value the trust and relationship that allows us to unite for a long term partnership.
About Alamport Group and Overview of each company
After positions at General Electric, wind energy IPP developer, private equity fund for energy projects (3 years in Jakarta office), Fumito established Alamport (registered in Japan) in March 2015 as Representative Director. For the past years, he led the team and co-investors on various renewable energy projects such as hydro and solar in investment and hands-on management activities, with a focus on business strategy and corporate management.
Fumito graduated from San Francisco State University, Business Administration.
After positions at energy consulting/advisory firm, energy investment management company, (incl. 2 years in Jakarta office), and Big 4 Advisory Firm, Soichiro joined Alamport in 2017 as Director, and manages solar portfolio.
Selected credentials prior to Alamport include renewable energy project investments such as biomass, small hydro, and pumped hydro in the Southeast Asian countries. Soichiro advised major Japanese investors including power companies, gas companies, trading houses, and financial institutions for strategic planning, business due diligence, raising debt/equity, and execution of the investments.
His track records also include a wide range of infrastructures such as bridge, toll road, and gas.
Soichiro graduated from American University, School of Public Affairs, and holds Master of Public Administration.
Jessica started her career as a relationship manager in one of the big Japanese banks. Her former clients include Japanese trading houses, EPC companies and energy companies. She was involved in dealing with domestic energy and infrastructure projects. Jessica joined Alamport in 2017. She has been involved in various renewable energy investment and advisory activities in Indonesia, mainly hydropower, solar and biomass. Her selected credentials include project SPC’s management to bridge investors, raised project finance for hydro power, developed business model for hydropower rehabilitation, and M&A support.
Jessica graduated from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) for Environmental Engineering and University College London (UCL) for Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment.
Marcella started her career as a relationship manager in a multinational financial institution, handling multinational companies’ clients mostly in the manufacturing and trading industry. She joined Alamport in 2019. She has been involved in project development management for C&I solar PV, commercial asset management, co-investment support for Solar PV and hydropower, financial advisory for a hydropower developer.
Marcella graduated from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Environmental Engineering.
After positions at Japanese technology company and American multinational technology company, Yausharu joined Alamport in 2020.
At Alamport, he has been involved in advisory activities for hydropower projects and project development and investment for solar.
Prior to Alamport, he was a security and infrastructure consultant and involved in various development projects and advisory activities for many customers including a railroad company, major financial institutions, an airline, automotive manufactures and a trading company. His selected credentials include IT infrastructure architecture design, security consulting and project management.
Yasuharu graduated from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Letters.
Gayo Allaam Alfani
Gayo started his career as finance and accounting analyst in automotive industry. In 2017, he moved to a state-owned energy enterprise focusing on geothermal energy as an internal control analyst, which he highly involved in business process development, risk assessment, and control evaluation related to finance business process in geothermal projects. Since joining Alamport in 2021, he has been involved in commercial asset management for solar PV business and M&A process for mini-hydro power plant business.
Gayo graduated from Universitas Indonesia (UI), Faculty of Economics and Business.