Rebel Supports the World Bank in Developing Global Guidelines for the Management of Unsolicited Proposals in Infrastructure Projects

RebelGroup (or “Rebel”)—the majority Dutch firm with offices in Rotterdam, Antwerp, Manila, Johannesburg, and Washington D.C.—has been advising governments on the development of infrastructure projects for 15 years. Over the past decades, Rebel has both experienced and shaped some of the major trends in the global infrastructure market—including a significant growth in the use of public-private partnerships (PPPs).

PPPs allow a government to engage a private company for the construction, maintenance, operations, and financing of an infrastructure project in a long-term contract that—through its focus on optimal risk allocation and performance incentives—maximizes value to society. PPPs have relieved many governments from the cost overruns and delays that traditionally plagued infrastructure projects, allowing more projects to be delivered on-time and on-budget.


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eC2: Clean Energy Program in Bangladesh

Deadline: 07-Nov-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)light-bulb-297489_640

Currently, IFC has two clean energy projects in Bangladesh, including, the Lighting Asia Bangladesh and Waste to Energy Scale Up and looking forward to hire one Short Term Consultant (STC) for its Clean Energy program. Continue reading