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Public-Private Partnerships:

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Transcript of Public-Private Partnerships:

Public-Private Partnerships:
Expanding Power Generation in Sub-Saharan Africa

Power Generation in Africa
"Power is by far Africa's largest infrastructure challenge, with 30 countries facing regular power shortages and many paying high premiums for emergency power."
Public-Private Partnerships
Framework for Building Successful PPPs
Availability-Based PPPs
Private Sector Partner:
Designs, finance, build, operate and maintain the power generation plant.
Contract to sell electricity to publicly owned power utility.
Assumes financial, technical, and operational risks.
Receives financial return through payments over the life of the contract from the public sector.
Public Authority:
Assumes part or all of demand risk.
Makes minimum payment for capacity of power plant.
Power Generation in Africa
The 48 Sub-Saharan African countries, 800 million people generate the same power that Spain does with 45 million people.
Represents 10% of what is found in all the developing countries.
SSA is 13% of the world’s population, but 48% of the share of the global population without access to electricity.
More than 600 million people lack access to electricity.
A map of the world at night shows limited electrification in Africa: http://geology.com/articles/satellite-photo-earth-at-night.shtml
Economics
Politics
Secure political champions
Build stakeholder support
Assess and manage social & environmental impacts
Foster a stable and supportive regulatory environment

Source: Foster, V. & C. Briceno-Garmendia, 2010. “Africa’s Infrastructure A Time for Transformation”. World Bank. http://geology.com/articles/satellite-photo-earth-at-night.shtml
Source: http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/energy_resources_materials/powering_africa
On-Grid Power Generation
SSA produced 90 GW in 2012, with around half being in South Africa.
Source: World Energy Outlook 2014 Factsheet - "Energy in Sub-Saharan Africa Today." International Energy Agency. http://www.worldenergyoutlook.org/media/weowebsite/africa/Fact_sheet_I_Africa_energy_today.pdf
Source: Farquharson, Edward, Clemencia Torres de Mästle, E. R. Yescombe, and Javier Encinas. 2011. “Defining Public-Private Partnerships.” In How to Engage with the Private Sector in Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Ensure sound economic fundamentals - PPPs cannot create economic miracles
Structure a partnership that optimizes cost, quality and investor return

Execution
Use a disciplined approach – time and complexity are your enemies
Secure the right mix of global and local expertise
Support a transparent, competitive bid process
Plan for ongoing monitoring and review

Source: http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2013/04/18197590/winning-framework-public-private-partnerships-lessons-60-plus-ifc-projects


“The question people are asking is no longer, ‘Why should we invest in Africa?’ Now people are asking, ‘How do we invest—and with whom?’”

- Mindy Silverstein, Managing Director of the Milken Institute

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/frontiers/2015/06/08/this-week-on-the-frontiers-africa-takes-center-stage/

Sub-Saharan Africa Rich in Energy Resources
Huge renewable resources remain untapped
Excellent solar resources across all of Africa
Hydro in many countries
Wind mainly in coastal areas
Geothermal in the East African Rift Valley
Last 5 years, nearly 30% of world oil and gas
discoveries made in SSA
Source: World Energy Outlook 2014 Factsheet - "Energy in Sub-Saharan Africa Today." International Energy Agency. http://www.worldenergyoutlook.org/media/weowebsite/africa/Fact_sheet_I_Africa_energy_today.pdf
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