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Public Private Partnerships (PPP)

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The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) series is a collection of pre-recorded webinars developed for Power Africa and the Indo-Pacific Strategy. PPPs provide an innovative approach to developing major infrastructure projects across the globe, but the development of a PPP requires a significant amount of time and resources. The webinar series details the PPP process, with expert presentations designed to help viewers navigate and understand the key concepts of PPPs. Click on the registration link for each webinar to access the video presentation and corresponding PowerPoint slideshow. 


PPP: Project Finance

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This webinar delivers an overview of project finance and its distinct phases, as well as a review of how project finance compares to other PPP tools such as concession agreements.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and PowerPoint.


PPP: Screening Tools

 

During this webinar, expert presenters discuss screening a potential project, the economic feasibility of the project, and overall project readiness.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and PowerPoint.


PPP: Pre-Feasibility and Feasibility Studies

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This webinar explores pre-feasibility studies that feed into the business case for a PPP, and the more complex feasibility studies as part of the tender and bid process. 

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and PowerPoint.


PPP: Pre-Qualification and Evaluation

 

This webinar describes how to design an evaluation process to ensure the best bid is selected during a Request for Proposal (RfP) process. 

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PPP: Sector-Specific Pre-Feasibility and Feasibility Studies

Sector-Specific Pre-Feasibility and Feasibility Studies Webinar

 

This webinar explores pre-feasibility and feasibility studies for the water, electricity, and transportation sectors.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and PowerPoint. 


PPP: Business Case Development

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This webinar describes how to structure a business case for a PPP project.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and the PowerPoint.


PPP: Unsolicited Proposals

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This webinar describes how to respond to unsolicited proposals for a PPP project.

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PPP: Financial Modeling

 

This webinar covers financial modeling, which is a tool that allows for the assessment of commercial feasibility and is designed to reflect the estimated financial situation of the project company during the life of the contract.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and the PowerPoint.


PPP: Life Cycle Cost Analysis

 

This webinar covers life cycle cost analysis, which governments should perform in order to determine project viability.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and the PowerPoint.


PPP: Project Agreements

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This webinar covers the different project agreements needed to execute a successful PPP.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and the PowerPoint.


PPP: Financing Documents 

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This webinar covers the different financing documents needed to execute a successful PPP.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and the PowerPoint.


PPP: Commercial Contracts 

 

This webinar covers the commercial contracts that are utilizing in developing and executing a successful PPP project.

Register for the webinar here to access the recording and the PowerPoint.

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