Infrastructure Financing

Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Emerging Markets and Developing Countries

2014

This study discusses the role of institutional investors in financing infrastructure in emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs). It analyzes the present level of involvement as well as the future investment potential of new financing...


Unsolicited Proposals – An Exception to Public Initiation of Infrastructure PPPs - An Analysis of Global Trends and Lessons Learned

2014

Private-sector participation in infrastructure is most often contracted through regulated and competitive solicited procurement processes. An alternative is a privately initiated process (often referred to as an Unsolicited Proposal (USP)), whereby...


Resource Financed Infrastructure - A new form of Financing Infrastructure

Report - 2014

This report, consisting of a study prepared by global project finance specialists Hunton & Williams LLP and comments from six internationally reputed economists and policy makers, provides an analytical discussion of resource financed...


POWER AFRICA | Annual Report

Report - 2014

The U.S. Presidential Initiative, Power Africa is a new model of American assistance – structured laterally across 12 different U.S. agencies, African governments, the private sector and key partners such as The African Development Bank. Power...


Tracking Africa's Progress in Figures

Report - 2014

This report was prepared by the Statistics Department in the Chief Economist Vice Presidency of the African Development Bank.


Road Infrastructure Costs: Analysis of Unit Cost and Cost Overruns of Road Infrastructure Projects in Africa

Report - 2014

This is a report of the study on "Road Infrastructure Costs: Analysis of Unit Cost and Cost Overruns of Road Infrastructure Projects in Africa". The study was undertaken within the context of the African Development Bank’s Africa...


South Africa’s Renewable Energy IPP Procurement Program: Success Factors and Lessons

Report - 2014

South Africa occupies a central position in the global debate regarding the most effective policy instruments to accelerate and sustain private investment in renewable energy. In 2009, the government began exploring feed-in tariffs (FITs) for...


Urban Transport: Can Public-Private Partnerships Work?

Working Paper - 2014

This paper is a product of the Urban and Disaster Risk Management Department, Sustainable Development Network. It is part of a larger effort by the World Bank to provide open access to its research and make a contribution to development policy discussions around the world. Policy Research Working Papers are also posted on the Web at econ.worldbank. org.


Tackling the Energy Crisis in Africa

Report - 2014

Almost a quarter of recent EIB operations in sub-Saharan Africa, and over a third of recent operations in North Africa, support the energy sector.


African Construction Trends Report, 2013

Report - 2013

In this second African Construction Trends Report, Deloitte focused on continental construction trends for projects valued at more than US$ 50 million on which construction began, but was not completed, before 1 June 2013. The top sectors, rated by...


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