Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are a better infrastructure solution than projects that are wholly-public or wholly-private. Many governments around the world are pursuing these partnerships because they have a significantly higher likelihood of meeting cost and schedule objectives compared with traditional public sector project delivery.
EHI Corp. creates value for PPPs through our innovative project management solutions that result in faster completions and reduced delays. Our consultants find ways to mitigate most risks related to public-private partnerships. For example, the costs of financing can be controlled through loan guarantees and other measures. Political risks can also be minimized by creating a bipartisan consensus before the project begins. Contact us today to evaluate your PPP project.
Public-private partnerships (PPPs) provide substantial benefits for private investors. Governments often start new infrastructure projects to offset the effects of economic downturns, so PPPs can thrive during recessions. A PPP can provide a high yielding source of government-backed income, which is increasingly difficult to find.
June 23, 2020
Since water resources touch on multiple concerns like food, energy, and the environment, integrated water resources management is frequently the most effective approach. Latin America and the Caribbean have an abundance of water resources, but that abundance can lead to waste. Even though the region has 30% of the world's water resources on 15% of its land, water is scarce in many parts of Latin America and the Caribbean.
March 08, 2020
While liberalizing electricity markets is a worthy goal, it can only be achieved by adhering to best practices. Lowering barriers to entry, maintaining liquidity in consumer markets, and protecting consumers are vital steps.
March 04, 2020
Building infrastructure often requires the investment of substantial amounts of money over long periods, which makes pursuing socially responsible and sustainable development more vital.
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February 21, 2020
Financing for renewable energy in Africa involves dealing with unique challenges. Currency fluctuations, less reliable power grids, and shifting political situations can derail projects.
Discuss the challenges related to public-private partnerships with our consultants.
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