At Singapore International Water Week, Bluefield Vice President Keith Hays presented on PPP projects across global water markets. Many countries are facing a perfect storm of financing constraints and water infrastructure shortfalls, calling for greater reliance on public- private partnerships (PPPs) as the total capacity planned has tripled between 2016 and 2020 vs. built capacity 2000-2015.
This presentation looks at:
- Enablers for public-private partnerships in water
- Key Policy Drivers for new PPP Projects
- Contract Structures/Project Types
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- Challenges to finance large-scale, greenfield PPP project execution leads governments, sponsors, other stakeholders to revise their approach to deliver on infrastructure plans.
- Enabling conditions for Next Generation PPPs include a combination of policy frameworks, specific asset focus, and contract structures.