In conjunction with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Asian Nuclear Safety Network (ANSN), AdSTM participated in the subject workshop which was held in Jakarta, Indonesia from February 28 - March 3, 2017. The workshop was hosted by BAPETEN, the Indonesian nuclear regulator. The workshop was chaired by AdSTM and consisted of a series of presentations, participating country reports, and breakout sessions. The presentations focused on the status of development of selected SMR designs, the safety requirements in the USA, Canada and Korea, the deployment and economic issues, the siting and environmental issues, and the historical licensing process in the USA, and its evolution as reactor experience was gained over the over 50 years of the licensing and operation of reactors. Two breakout sessions were conducted, where the participants from the participating countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam) discussed the presentations and developed insights that could be useful in their countries as they consider the merits of SMRs as an alternative to their future energy needs. Several countries in attendance gave a report on the status of their countries future energy needs, the current regulatory structure that is in place or under consideration, and the status of their governments’ position on embarking on the nuclear power option.