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The general objective of this TC is to assess the use of PPPs to finance electricity infrastructure that provide electricity coverage in a secure, reliable and sustainable way. In that sense, this TC will analyze: (i) the regulatory and institutional environment for PPPs in the target countries, their fiscal arrangements and risk management as well as challenges for the implementation of PPPs; and (ii) identify sectors/subsector where PPPs could be implemented. Based on the opportunities identified, and considering the experience with PPP projects in the electricity sector in the LAC region, the TC will review and provide a critical analysis of cases of PPP in the LAC region, identifying lessons learned from the design and implementation of PPP projects in the electricity sector, mainly in renewable energy, electricity access and energy efficiency (e.g., public building, street lighting).
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