Working in partnership with the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub), we have produced a tool for governments and infrastructure providers to assist in building a global pipeline of viable public private partnership (PPP) projects.
Hosted via an interactive online portal, the tool explores options for the allocation of risk between the public and private sectors in typical PPP transactions, along with related information on practical measures to help mitigate issues that arise and typical government support arrangements.
The report focuses on 12 types of projects within the following sectors:
- Transport: toll roads, ports, airports and rail
- Energy: solar PV, hydro power, power transmission and natural gas distribution
- Water and Sanitation: water desalination, water distribution and solid waste collection, disposal, landfill and recycling.
The report was welcomed by the Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the G20 group of nations in Chengdu, China on 23-24 July.
The GI Hub, based in Sydney, Australia, is an organisation established by the G20 group of nations to foster innovation in global infrastructure development.
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