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  • In addition to looking at the rankings, countries can be grouped in terms of their environment for sustainable, long-term PPPs. The groupings cover four broad levels of development: mature, developed, emerging and nascent. No countries in the study can be strictly classified as mature in terms of PPP readiness and capacity, although three countries—Croatia, Slovenia and Lithuania—fall into the developed country category. Almost two-thirds of the countries in the study can be considered emerging in this respect, denoting a region whereby significant progress in PPP readiness has been made, but ample room for improvement remains. This is demonstrated by the low regional average of 42.4 out of 100.
    Several countries fall in the “nascent” category.
    They fall in this grouping for different reasons
    Inadequate legal and regulatory frameworks– though Kyrgyz recently implemented good reforms, as did Ukraine to some extent
    Lack of political will or strong focus on privatisation: Hungary, Georgia, Ukraine
    Insufficient capacity: all except Hungary, Turkey
    Interestingly, in Latin America you do have cases where countries have UNDONE their PPP programmes (Argentina, Venezuela, Ecuador) and this has happened to osme extent in EECIS– Hungary and Slovakia, but not total. And not in the countries in nascent.
    It is worth noting that BiH just barely sits below the threshold for the emerging category. All contries besides Belarus score above 24.
  • BSEF 2013 infrastructure Tatiana Korotka

    1. 1. Is Ukraine Ready for PPP? Tatiana Korotka, Director of PPP Professional Services USAID Public Privet Partnership Program
    2. 2. Program Summary P3DP is a five year USAID program that started in October 2012 to promote PPPs a model to improve communal services and infrastructure, in accordance with international best practices. Objectives: •Building institutional capacity of the national PPP Unit •Enhancement to legal and regulatory framework •Building capacity of local organizations •Identification and developing pilot PPP transactions
    3. 3. Country context* Population 45,593,300 GDP $176,3 billion GDP growth 0.3% Inflation 0.5% GED 75,6% ВВП Public Debt 36,8% Public investment required for sustained economic growth $100 billion over next 10 years (PFR, 2011) *Source: :
    4. 4. Regional results – Overall scores* Rank Countries can also be compared based on groups rather than exact scores Several countries fall in the “nascent” category.  They fall in this grouping for different reasons  Inadequate legal and regulatory frameworks  Lack of political will or strong focus on privatization  Insufficient capacity *Source: Economist Intelligence Unit Country Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Croatia Lithuania Slovenia Latvia Hungary Poland FYR Macedonia Russia Albania Turkey Slovakia 63.5 62.9 61.8 54.4 53.8 52 51.1 51 50.5 49.6 47.6 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Romania Bulgaria Serbia Armenia Estonia Moldova Kazakhstan Montenegro Bosnia and Herzegovina Ukraine Georgia Kyrgyz Republic Mongolia Belarus 47.4 45.5 43 39.9 37.7 35.8 35.6 31.7 29.6 28 27.8 25.6 24.6 10.3 Level Developed Emerging Nascent
    5. 5. Baseline Survey Please, indicate the reasons, in your opinion, for which the partnership was not established (several answers are possible): Notes: Several answers are possible
    6. 6. Legal & Regulatory PPP Environment Legislative Issues Results PPP Policy and Strategy PPP Development Concept for 2013-2018 PPP Strategy and Implementation Plan (2014) PPP Laws Framework PPP, Concessions (district heating, water supply and sanitation, motorway, sea ports) Tariff Regulations RAB-methodology for water and heat tariffs, SWM regulations being developed Licensing, PPP procurement and PPP Procedures PPP development, tender, and appraisal methodology adopted by GOU Budgetary Restrictions Draft amendments to laws related to ESCO contracts and governing Budget Code International Arbitration, Land Issue Draft amendments to PPP Framework Laws Fair Termination payments Draft law adopted by Verkhovna Rada
    7. 7. Institutional Environment PPP Unit •Facilitate the use of PPPs in Ukraine •Establish systems and processes to monitor the use of PPPs in Ukraine •Develop staff capacity necessary for its PPP work Line Ministries Local Governance Authorities
    8. 8. PPP Pilot Projects Practice Current Sectors Solid Waste Management, District Heating, Healthcare, Parks & Recreation, Renewables & Energy Efficiency, Education, Transportation 2 to 4 projects expected to go to Public Tendering in 2013 Pilot City Capacity Development •General PPP Training •Specialized Training •Sectoral Seminars •Study-tour •Stakeholder Communication Support
    9. 9. Zaporizhia Healthcare Objective Increase quality and improve access to medical services Details •Hospital remains Municipal-owned •Private partner to introduce new fee-based medical services •Free medical services remain •Private partner to renovate sections of hospital •Feasibility Study complete and awaiting approval by Municipality Authorities •PPP agreement ≈ 25 years •Investment size ≈ $2,000,000 Tender is expected in November 2013
    10. 10. Simferopol Urban Park Renewal Objective Improve park landscape and quality of facilities without additional cost to city Details •Park remains Municipal owned •Green zone improves •Feasibility Study is expected by the end of August •PPP agreement ≈ 25-30 years •Conventional breakdown into «green» and «commercial» zones •Total Investments ≈ $12,000,000 Tender expected in December 2013
    11. 11. Kyiv Summer Sports and Recreation Facility Objective Establish a sports and recreation zone on Dolobetsky Island along the Dnipro river in Kyiv Details •Green zone remains untouched •P3DP provided input to FS, tender criteria, stakeholder communications •PPP agreement ≈ 15 years •Total investments ≈ $2,470,000 Tender results expected in October 2013
    12. 12. Malyn Energy Efficiency Objective Modernize and adapt district heating facilities to renewable and more efficient energy sources Details •DCO (design-constructionoperation) PPP agreement •Maintenance of the heating facility •Decrease cost of heating •PPP agreement ≈ 10-15 years •Total investments ≈ $500,000 Tender is expected in December 2013
    13. 13. Kyiv Kindergarten Objective Increase Kindergarten capacity by reconstruction and renovation of existing buildings Details •Municipality retains ownership of the kindergarten(s) •Two facilities are being considered •Private partner is responsible for capital renovation and operations •Cadre of underprivileged children will be granted attendance free of charge •PPP agreement ≈ 15+ years •Total investments ≈ $1,620,000 / $2,400,000 Tender is expected in 2014
    14. 14. PPP Projects in Development Dnepropetrovsk Street Lighting Introduce energy-efficient and effective lighting system Details •Modernize street lamps and infrastructure •Improve system management •Improve safety and quality of life in city •PPP contract ≈ 15 years Ivano - Frankivsk SWM Improve landfill operations Details •Increase landfill capacity and improve environmental condition •Gas-to-energy operations •PPP contract ≈ 15+ years Lviv Parking Garage Reduce traffic congestion and pollution Details •Off-street parking facility •Possible co-financing by City •Construction and operation •PPP agreement ≈ 15+ years
    15. 15. In Summary Conclusions: We witness the dawn of PPPs in Ukraine Key success factors: Stronger Political Support on the local level Effective Financial Infrastructure Success Stories Improved investment climate  Capacity building
    16. 16. Thank you!