High investor demand for US public-private partnerships (PPP) and project financed debt has resulted in a weakening of debt terms and lender security. Simultaneously, a tight construction market has resulted in project delays and cost overruns, leading to construction companies announcing their exit from the market.
While the project pipeline is growing, it remains relatively small compared to the amount of capital available. As broader market conditions change, will the US PPP market shrink again as construction companies avoid bidding on fixed price contracts? Is the market right-sizing itself and strengthening its foundation for future projects?
Topics for discussions are:
• Economic outlook amid rising trade tensions, shifting monetary policy and the upcoming election year
• State of the US PPP market: key credit, market, and structuring trends with lessons learned
• District energy and renewable projects’ credit
• New ESG developments and case studies
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