Despite abundant surface freshwater, only 84% of Brazil’s people have access to potable water, and only 50% have access to sewerage. Insufficient public funds and limited use of private capital have resulted in limited progress in improving access to water and sanitation. The Corsan Water Supply, Efficiency, and Resilience Project is leveraging private financing to address losses in water distribution and mitigate climate change risks.
Coastline traffic in the State of São Paulo, Brazil, has overwhelmed road capacity. Three highway concession contracts were introduced, using a demand risk sharing mechanism and dynamic user fee model to attract private sector participation.
The Federal Government of Nigeria’s Energizing Economies Initiative (EEI) aimed to increase access to energy through private development of off-grid electricity solutions in economic clusters, such as markets, shopping centres, and industrial complexes
The Belgrade Waste-to-Energy project is cleaning up one of Europe’s largest uncontrolled landfills and constructing a new, sustainable waste-management complex. It is one of the first large-scale, bankable, private sector waste-to-energy projects in emerging markets. Using a competitive dialogue with five pre-qualified bidders, the City of Belgrade - with the support of IFC acting as a PPP advisor - could offer a bankable DBFO contract bundling the remediation of the landfill (including the management of legacy pollution) with the development of revenue-generating greenfield assets.
Tel Aviv is Israel’s second-most populous city and its main business, technological, and cultural center. Its population has grown at 2% per year; Israeli population growth is ten times the OECD average.
The Factory is a project finance mechanism for investment projects in Russia’s priority industries, which include manufacturing, heavy engineering, nuclear industries, infrastructure, agriculture, healthcare, and information and communication technology