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PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Mundra Ultra Mega Power Plant Electricity 2008 $4,200.00
Sasan Ultra Mega Power Plant Electricity 2009 $3,985.80
Jindal Tamnar Power Plant Phase I and II Electricity 2007 $3,982.50
Mundra Thermal Power Project Electricity 2006 $3,969.00
Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega power plant Electricity 2010 $3,826.00
L&T Hyderabad Metro Rail Private Limited Railways 2011 $3,639.50
KSK Mahanadi Power Co Ltd Electricity 2010 $3,535.30
GMR Kishangarh Udaipur Ahmedabad Expressway Limited Roads 2012 $3,380.50
Lalitpur Power Generation Company Limited Electricity 2011 $2,665.80
Mumbai Metro - Phase II Railways 2011 $2,514.80
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
NH-2 Agra-Etawah Highway Extension Project Roads 2016 $512.90
NRSS XXIX Transmission Lines PPP Project Electricity 2016 $447.20
Mukarba Chowk Panipat NH-44 Toll Road Roads 2016 $347.60
Adani Green Tamil Nadu 216MW Solar Project Electricity 2016 $223.78
Ostro Andhra Wind Project Electricity 2016 $123.80
Ostro AP Wind Project Electricity 2016 $123.80
Maheshwaram Transmission Line Project Electricity 2016 $58.00
Kadapa Hetero Wind Power Project Electricity 2016 $38.80
Mandal-Jharasangam Wind Power Project Electricity 2016 $36.60
Welspun 40MW Solar Power Project- Bihar Electricity 2016 $36.60
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Mundra Ultra Mega Power Plant Electricity 2008 $4,200.00
Sasan Ultra Mega Power Plant Electricity 2009 $3,985.80
Jindal Tamnar Power Plant Phase I and II Electricity 2007 $3,982.50
Mundra Thermal Power Project Electricity 2006 $3,969.00
Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega power plant Electricity 2010 $3,826.00
L&T Hyderabad Metro Rail Private Limited Railways 2011 $3,639.50
KSK Mahanadi Power Co Ltd Electricity 2010 $3,535.30
GMR Kishangarh Udaipur Ahmedabad Expressway Limited Roads 2012 $3,380.50
Lalitpur Power Generation Company Limited Electricity 2011 $2,665.80
Mumbai Metro - Phase II Railways 2011 $2,514.80
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
NH-2 Agra-Etawah Highway Extension Project Roads 2016 $512.90
NRSS XXIX Transmission Lines PPP Project Electricity 2016 $447.20
Mukarba Chowk Panipat NH-44 Toll Road Roads 2016 $347.60
Adani Green Tamil Nadu 216MW Solar Project Electricity 2016 $223.78
Ostro Andhra Wind Project Electricity 2016 $123.80
Ostro AP Wind Project Electricity 2016 $123.80
Maheshwaram Transmission Line Project Electricity 2016 $58.00
Kadapa Hetero Wind Power Project Electricity 2016 $38.80
Mandal-Jharasangam Wind Power Project Electricity 2016 $36.60
Welspun 40MW Solar Power Project- Bihar Electricity 2016 $36.60

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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3.72/7

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

Resources

    • 2016
    • PPIAF, World Bank Group (WBG)

    The State of PPPs

    Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets & Developing Economies 1991-2015

    Governments have long acknowledged the key role infrastructure plays in economic growth and poverty reduction. As countries face growing demand for infrastructure, Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) continue to play a crucial role in improving efficiencies in delivering public services, one of the key elements to narrowing the infrastructure gap. This becomes even more important as history shows that shifting the development, maintenance, and operational risk on to the private sector often results in higher quality and overall better results than government provisioning. This report uses data from the PPI Database to analyze broad trends of PPP investment in infrastructure from 1991 to 2015. Specifically, it examines factors behind...

    • 2014
    • Government of India

    Developing a Framework for Renegotiation of PPP Contracts

    Department of Economic Affairs is developing a framework for renegotiation of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Contracts (Concession Agreements), with a particular focus on the National Highway and Major Port Concessions. This report presents fact-based approach towards renegotiating the terms of Concession Agreements, by establishing reasonable objectives. Prime tenets that have been considered are ascertainable cost, risk and social benefit neutrality (or benefit). The report, based on stakeholder inputs and a comparison of concession agreements with international good practice, identifies 34 issues in six categories and compares the manner of dealing with them across international comparator countries of Australia, South Africa, the...

    • 2015
    • Government of India

    Report of the Committee on Revisiting and Revitalizing the PPP Model of Infrastructure

    This Report of the Committee on Revisiting and Revitalizing the PPP Model of Infrastructure is aimed at addressing issues in the PPP model. The availability of high-quality infrastructure and the overcoming of India’s infrastructure deficit is crucial to attaining and sustaining rapid growth that generates the right kinds of jobs. PPPs in infrastructure represent a valuable instrument to speed up infrastructure development in India. As the PPP market in infrastructure matures in India, new challenges and opportunities have emerged and will continue to emerge. Periodic review of PPPs, as in the present Committee's remit, are a must to help address issues before they become endemic and to mainstream innovations and foster new ones that...

    • 2016
    • Government of India

    PPP Guide for Practitioners

    India has over two decades of experience in Public Private Partnerships (PPP), with PPPs being tried, tested and implemented across various sectors such as urban, transport, social, industrial and so on. Projects being developed through PPPs in sectors like roads and ports have been taken up through programmatic approach and the Government is looking forward to upscale urban and social sectors through programmatic approach. Developing projects through PPPs requires multi-disciplinary experience among the public entities. The PPP Guide is divided into 17 modules for ease of reference and better readability. Each module discusses a certain stage or concept in the PPP project development process.

    • 2015
    • Government of India

    Guidelines for Post-Award Contract Management for PPP Concessions

    Over the last decade, Government of India (GoI) has been placing a strong emphasis on the use of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in its strategy for expanding the provision of infrastructure services. In the process of implementation of PPP projects, policy makers have been increasingly identifying issues related to project delivery of PPP projects. Such issues primarily focus on Post Award Contract Management of these PPP projects, at the transaction as well as programmatic level and also the broader fiscal implications such as, for example, direct and contingent liabilities. With this objective, the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India has made an attempt to develop guidance material for...

    • 2015
    • Government of India

    Post-Award Contract Management Toolkits for PPP Concessions

    The "PPP Post-Award Contract Management Toolkit" is a web-based application that has been designed to help improve the contract management and project execution of the infrastructure sector related PPP projects in India. It aims to do so by serving as an efficient guide to the public sector entities involved in the execution of these projects. Toolkits are available for PPP concessions in highways, schools, and ports.

    • 2009
    • Prashant Gupta, Rajat Gupta, Thomas Netzer
    • McKinsey & Company

    Building India: Accelerating Infrastructure Projects

    McKinsey & Company has conduced proprietary reserach in the areas of infrastructure financing, infrastructure implementation, logistics strategy and power strategy. This report is part of a four-part series, Building India, a comprehensive perspective on infrastructure developmetn in the country. It provides a perspective on the potential GDP loss due to inefficiencies in infrastructure implementation and the challenges that drive these inefficiencies, and proposes a set of measures that the various stakeholders can take.

    • 2006
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    India: Building capacities for public private partnerships

    The report reviews the international experience in developing capacities for PPPs, particularly on how capacities for identifying, procuring and managing PPPs are developed and could be further developed in India. A particular focus is the possible role of the central government in developing these capacities. The report looks at both organizational and individual capacities, the former including policy and legal frameworks, and institutions and processes. This report focuses on projects where private investment has been made, and where the government is either the purchaser of services under the project, or where it provides a financial contribution through direct investment or through risk bearing. The main sectors of focus are...

    • 2015
    • India Committee on Infrastructure

    Overview of Model Concession Agreement (MCA) in India

    This volume responds to the need for evolving a model document that reflects best practices, particularly from the perspective of public policy on the one hand and bankability of projects on the other hand. Besides all the advantages associated with such a document, this would also enhance the possibilities of securing up to 20 per cent of the capital costs by way of viability gap grants from the Central Government coupled with long-term debt from the India Infrastructure Finance Company (IIFC) for funding up to 20 per cent of the project costs.

    • 2015
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Partnerships IQ: Rooftop Solar PPPs

    Lessons from Gujarat Solar

    Rooftop solar PV (photovoltaic) provides access to green power for large numbers of people, using structures that already exist—a must for crowded urban sites where space is at a premium. Public-private partnerships have made these “rent-a-roofs” successful throughout India. The State of Gujarat’s in-depth experience with rooftop solar PPPs, tailored specifically to overcome complex constraints, is a model that is being replicated widely throughout the country and has implications for other emerging economies.

    • 2013
    • Asian Development Bank (ADB)

    Exploring Public-Private Partnership in the Irrigation and Drainage Sector in India: A Scoping Study

    Private sector participation has the potential to enhance the performance of India's irrigation and drainage sector, raising productivity and efficiency levels as well as economic returns. In spite of substantial investment by the Government of India, the country's irrigation and drainage sector finds itself plagued with numerous concerns. The current productivity and efficiency levels, as well as economic returns, are all lower than expected. In light of the growing stress on natural resources and the threat of climatic change, meeting the needs of its growing population poses a huge challenge. To enhance the sector's performance, the central and state governments of India are now looking to decentralize the sector's management and...

Date last reviewed: January 30, 2017

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