As stated on the project disclosure page, the IFC's PPP Transaction Advisory Services Unit will assist the Kyrgyz Government in structuring and implementing of a PPP transaction for the power sector. The PPP contract(s) will include the design, construction, financing and operation of a solar power park with a capacity of up to 500MW. The IFC would apply two-phased transaction implementation approach. In Phase 1, IFC will carry out due diligence analysis of the project, assessment of investors' interest, and the transaction structuring. In Phase 2, IFC will draft the tender documentation and support the Clients in implementation and conclusion of the tender process. The Project will be implemented in stages, the first being launched for a 100-150 MW capacity.
Project budget pending at the time of disclosure.
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