Advancing Public-Private Partnerships to Accelerate Energy-Sector Development

Suswa Convertor Substation in Kenya
Power Infrastructure — Suswa Convertor Substation, Kenya. Photo Credit: Nyaga Ireri
  • Challenges and case studies on reaching financial close in energy project development and financing;
  • Legal aspects in building and analyzing financial models;
  • Project finance, including types of financing, with special focus on bond securitizations; and
  • Controls, corruption, conflicts, and arbitration related to PPP project management, structuring, and implementation.

“The Vance training has exposed me to great insights regarding financial close. For instance, I previously didn’t know reaching financial close depends on the bankability.”

Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) participant

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