PPP Model

How does it work?

Public-private partnerships (PPP) are in essence the ESCO model applied to public institutions. The public partner publishes a tender seeking a private partner for an energy renovation, be it for lighting, biomass, cooling, or any other energy need.

The private partner proposes a solution, and if the tender is granted, takes on the entire project from beginning to end. This means providing all the financing, construction work and implementation, and maintenance for the duration of the contract signed.

All risks are taken on by the private partner which guarantees savings to the public partner. The investment is repaid to the private partner from the savings achieved.

Tender application
Tender application
Tender application
Financing
Project implementation
Project implementation
Operations and maintenance
Operations and maintenance

If you would like to find out more about what international experts and local government have to say about the benefits of public-private partnership in Serbia, you can download the publication of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia.  

(Serbian language only)

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