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Costa Rica

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Moin Container Terminal - 1st Phase Ports 2015 $663.00
San Jose Caldera Highway Roads 2007 $330.00
San Jose – San Ramon toll road Roads 2005 $304.20
ENEL - Chucas Hydro Electricity 2012 $273.00
Alisios Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $189.00
San Jose International Airport Airports 2000 $161.00
Capulin-San Pablo Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2013 $141.00
Orosi Wind Power Project Electricity 2013 $139.60
Torito Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2013 $135.00
Acciona Chiripa Wind Project Electricity 2014 $125.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Moin Container Terminal - 1st Phase Ports 2015 $663.00
Alisios Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $189.00
Acciona Chiripa Wind Project Electricity 2014 $125.00
Tilawind Wind Power Plant Electricity 2014 $40.00
Capulin-San Pablo Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2013 $141.00
Orosi Wind Power Project Electricity 2013 $139.60
Torito Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2013 $135.00
ENEL - Chucas Hydro Electricity 2012 $273.00
Consortium Planta Eolica Guanacaste Electricity 2009 $110.00
Daniel Oduber Airport Airports 2009 $34.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Moin Container Terminal - 1st Phase Ports 2015 $663.00
San Jose Caldera Highway Roads 2007 $330.00
ENEL - Chucas Hydro Electricity 2012 $273.00
Alisios Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $189.00
San Jose International Airport Airports 2000 $161.00
Capulin-San Pablo Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2013 $141.00
Orosi Wind Power Project Electricity 2013 $139.60
Torito Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2013 $135.00
Acciona Chiripa Wind Project Electricity 2014 $125.00
Consortium Planta Eolica Guanacaste Electricity 2009 $110.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Moin Container Terminal - 1st Phase Ports 2015 $663.00
Alisios Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $189.00
Acciona Chiripa Wind Project Electricity 2014 $125.00
Tilawind Wind Power Plant Electricity 2014 $40.00
Capulin-San Pablo Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2013 $141.00
Orosi Wind Power Project Electricity 2013 $139.60
Torito Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2013 $135.00
ENEL - Chucas Hydro Electricity 2012 $273.00
Consortium Planta Eolica Guanacaste Electricity 2009 $110.00
Daniel Oduber Airport Airports 2009 $34.00

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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4.03/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Resources

    • 2014
    • Government of Costa Rica

    Moin Container Terminal Concession Agreement

    Contrato - Terminal de Contenedores de Moin

    Civil law jurisdiction (Spanish). Concession agreement for the design, planning, financing, building, exploitation and maintenance of the new Puerto Moín Container Terminal in Costa Rica. The terminal is located within the existing seaport complex of Limon and Moín. The project involves the Government of Costa Rica, APM Terminals Moín S.A. and APM Terminals Central America B.V. and is governed by the Federal Concessions Act of Public Works with Public Services. The concession is for 33 years (including 3 years of construction).The contract provides for full risk to the private sector (ie, design, construction, commissioning, operating, commercial, financial, and environmental risks) (Chapter 6). It explicitly states that the government...

    • 2014
    • Government of Costa Rica

    San Jose - Caldera Toll Road Concession Agreement

    Corredor vial San José-Caldera Ruta 27

    Concession Agreement for the San Jose - Caldera Toll Road project entered into by and between Costa Rica’s National Concessions Council (Consejo Nacional de Concesiones) and Concesiones Viales (COVISA) for the design, planning, financing, construction, expansion, repair, maintenance and conservation of the San Jose – Caldera toll road for a maximum duration of 25 years (renewable for another 25 years) (including construction and exploitation) and with an optional “Guaranteed Minimum Income” (GMI) mechanism for the first 13 years of the concession (acceptance of which by the concessionaire guarantees certain yearly minimum incomes) (clause 3.7.4). The concessionaire accepts the GMI mechanism (or not) when it submits its “economic...

    • 2015
    • José Manuel Vassallo Magro

    Asociación Público Privada en América Latina. Aprendiendo de la experiencia

    En las últimas décadas, muchos países latinoamericanos han puesto en marcha modelos de asociación público-privada para la construcción, conservación y operación de infraestructuras públicas. El objetivo del presente libro es realizar un análisis al proceso de estructuración y gestión de APPs de proyectos de infraestructura, que permitiera generar conclusiones y recomendaciones de interés para las instituciones de América Latina que participan en la ejecución de inversiones bajo este mecanismo de financiación. A partir de criterios como la cobertura geográfica, el tipo de proyecto y su singularidad, se seleccionaron los cinco casos de estudio: un intercambiador de transporte público urbano en Madrid, dos concesiones de autopistas en...

Date last reviewed: December 1, 2016

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