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PPP market and economic crisis

 

Practitioners joined EPEC's first private sector meeting to share their views and feelings on the status of the market during the crisis.

 

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Programme

EPEC Presentations

The Credit Crisis - An investor's perspective

Delivering Public Infrastructure in the 21st Century


Blending EU grants and PPP structures

 

The meeting took place in Brussels on June 2, 2010 on the topic of 'Blending EU grants and PPP structures'.

 

Documents

 

Programme

EPEC Activities in 2010

Blending EU Grants and PPP Structures: An Overview

EU Grants in Polish Waste PPPs

Leveraging EU Grants - The case for PPPs

Europe 2020 - A view of the Future

Towards a common methodology for PPP projects


The Commission communication on PPPs

 

The 3rd Private Sector Forum was held on December 13th 2010 on the topic of "The Commission Communication on PPPs - Where do we stand?". The event has been organised by EPEC in close cooperation with DG Economic and Financial Affairs and with the support of the European Economic and Social Comittee (EESC).

 

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Programme
The Commission and the Comunication on PPPs

EPEC and the Communication on PPPs

Round table: a PPP stakeholder group?


PPP for energy efficiency and environment

 

The fifth meeting, which was a Joint EC-EPEC Private Sector Forum with the support of EESC, took place in Brussels on 8 November 2011 on the topic of PPP for Energy Efficiency and Environment.

Participants from the Private and Public Sector discussed with representatives of EPEC, the European Commission, the European Investment Bank and the European Economic and Social Committee on recent developments in this sector.

 

 

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Programme
EPEC and PSF

EU support for Energy Efficiency and Environment

PPP for Energy Efficiency and Environment


Financing future infrastructure

 

The sixth meeting, which is a Joint EC-EPEC Private Sector Forum with the support of EESC, took place in Brussels on 6 June 2012 on the topic of Financing Future Infrastructure.

With nearly 200 participants, this event was the largest Private Sector Forum so far organised. Participants from the Private and Public Sector discussed with representatives of EPEC, the European Commission, the European Investment Bank and the European Economic and Social Committee on recent developments.

 

Documents

 

Programme

Presentations

Morning Session

EU 2020 and Long Term Financing

Project Bonds - How to attract investors

Connecting Europe Facility: Financing of energy and ICT infrastructures - regulatory aspects

Afternoon Session

Working Group I The future of PPP financing

Working Group II Municipal and Regional Financing


Improving public procurement

 

The seventh meeting, which is a Joint EC-EPEC Private Sector Forum, took place in Brussels on 18 April 2013 on the topic of Improving Public Procurement.

Participants from both the Private and Public Sector discussed recent developments and best practice in Public Procurement with representatives of EPEC, the European Commission, and the European Investment Bank. 

 

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Update on MFF from European Commision

Overview on the New Concessions Directives

Private Sector Perspective on PPP Procurement

Case Studies in the EU: Dutch and Irish Cases

  • the Netherlands: M. Nijhof (Ministry of Finance, the Netherlands) & K. Ruiken (Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, the Netherlands) - Presentation
  • Ireland: S. Burgess, NDFA - Presentation

Role of Advisers in PPP Procurement

EPEC Work Progamme

C. Blades, EPEC - Presentation


Innovation and PPPs

 

The eighth Joint EC-EPEC Private Sector Forum, took place in Brussels on 10 December 2013 on Innovation and PPPs. Nearly 90 participants from both Private and Public Sector discussed about (i) how PPP schemes foster the design of sound innovative solutions both in term of technical design and operating of public facilities; and (ii) what are the most recent innovations in implementing PPPs, especially with regards to financing aspects.

 

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