eC2:Pre-Feasibility study for a financing facility to improve water utilities efficiency in the Danube River Basin Region

Deadline: 31-Jul-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) water

The World Bank ECA Water team is considering different options to support client countries in the development of special financing facilities for water utilities, with a focus on facilities extending targeted lending to utilities for increasing their operational efficiency directly impacting their financial situation. A regional, multi-country or national financing facility would aim to achieve the following objectives: i) provide financing for small investments resulting in efficiency improvements which can contribute to achieving long term sustainability of WSS services; ii) improve cost recovery and financial sustainability and utility creditworthiness; and iii) contribute to building up a commercial banking market for WSS utility lending by developing the skills of commercial banks to take municipal/utility risk. See attached TOR for further details. The Firm to be selected will undertake a feasibility study to support the design of such financing facility.

See full tender here: Pre-Feasibility study for a financing facility to improve water utilities efficiency in the Danube River Basin Region

eConsultant2 website: https://wbgeconsult2.worldbank.org/wbgec/index.html   

Tender notification: # 1258390

Assignment Countries:

  • AT – Austria
  • BA – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • BG – Bulgaria
  • HR – Croatia
  • CZ – Czech Republic
  • HU – Hungary
  • XK – Kosovo
  • MD – Moldova
  • ME – Montenegro
  • RO – Romania
  • YF – Serbia
  • SK – Slovak Republic
  • SI – Slovenia
  • UA – Ukraine
  • AL – Albania
  • MK – Macedonia, former Yugoslav Republic of

 

 

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