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Uruguay

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
IMPSA Libertador I Wind Farm Electricity 2012 $2,177.00
Uragua Water and sewerage 2000 $351.00
Aguas Leguas Wind Farm Electricity 2014 $300.00
Carrasco International Airport Airports 2003 $247.00
Carape I & II Wind Power Plant Electricity 2013 $210.00
Pintado Wind Park Electricity 2013 $187.40
Campo Palomas Wind Farm Electricity 2016 $175.00
Gasoducto Cruz del Sur SA Natural Gas 2000 $170.00
Conecta Natural Gas 2000 $160.00
Vientos de Pastorale Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $144.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Campo Palomas Wind Farm Electricity 2016 $175.00
Yarnel Solar Power Plant Electricity 2016 $17.10
Natelu Solar Power Plant Electricity 2016 $16.30
Vientos de Pastorale Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $144.00
Giacote and Casablanca Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $129.20
Talas del Maciel I Wind Park Electricity 2015 $117.00
Florida II Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $104.50
El Naranjal and El Litoral Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $100.00
Parque Eolico Maldonado II Electricity 2015 $78.00
Aguas Leguas Wind Farm Electricity 2014 $300.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Aguas Leguas Wind Farm Electricity 2014 $300.00
Carrasco International Airport Airports 2003 $247.00
Carape I & II Wind Power Plant Electricity 2013 $210.00
Pintado Wind Park Electricity 2013 $187.40
Campo Palomas Wind Farm Electricity 2016 $175.00
Gasoducto Cruz del Sur SA Natural Gas 2000 $170.00
Conecta Natural Gas 2000 $160.00
Vientos de Pastorale Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $144.00
Abengoa - Palmatir Wind Farm Electricity 2012 $144.00
Giacote and Casablanca Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $129.20
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Campo Palomas Wind Farm Electricity 2016 $175.00
Yarnel Solar Power Plant Electricity 2016 $17.10
Natelu Solar Power Plant Electricity 2016 $16.30
Vientos de Pastorale Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $144.00
Giacote and Casablanca Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $129.20
Talas del Maciel I Wind Park Electricity 2015 $117.00
Florida II Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $104.50
El Naranjal and El Litoral Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $100.00
Parque Eolico Maldonado II Electricity 2015 $78.00
Aguas Leguas Wind Farm Electricity 2014 $300.00

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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4.44/7

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

Resources

    • 2016

    Primer Proyecto de Infraestructura Educativa, Uruguay

    First Educational Infrastructure Project

    Portal from the Ministry of the Economy and Finance for the implementation of the first educational infrastructure project in Uruguay. The project consists of the construction of new infrastructure for expansion of the education sector.  ANEP (Administración Nacional de Educación Pública / National Public Education Administration) will construct 165 new buildings (72% brand new and 28% replacements) and INAU (Instituto Nacional del Menor / National Institute for Minors) will construct 60. 

    • 2007
    • Jorge Ducci
    • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

    Salida de operadores privados internacionales de agua en América Latina

    The exit of international water private operators in Latin America

    Many of international water operators, which were operating water and sewerage services in Latin America, withdrew from the region during the first five years of the new millennium. The study examines the causes and consequences of the withdrawal international water operators in 14 cases in five countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay, and Venezuela) as well as in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico. The study finds different reasons explained the departure. For some international water operators, the withdrawal was driven by their refocusing in their local and regional markets. In these cases, the exit was planned with investments sold to local investors. In other cases, the exit resulted from changes in sectoral policies or social and...

    • 2010
    • UTE

    Tender Document and Model PPA: 2010 Wind Power Projects

    Documentos de convocatoria de 150 MW eólicos de 2010

    • 2016
    • Government of Uruguay

    PPP Investment Opportunities in Uruguay

    A publication that highlights infrastructure investment opportunities in Uruguay. 

Date last reviewed: November 22, 2016

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