Independent Power Producers (IPPs) Projects
An effective means to help address shortfalls in public funds for investment and increase financing options for electricity generation.
Message from Principal Secretary National Treasury
Vision 2013, the country’s development blueprint, aims to create a globally competitive and prosperous nation, with a high quality of life, by the year 2030. To achieve this feat, there needs to be a deliberate effort to increase private sector investments in infrastructure development.
Message from the Director General
In nearly every country adopting PPPs a broad instrument of policy, the need has been recognized for a “Centre of PPP expertise.” This the vision vested with our mission “to introduce and communicate the PPP Policy, develop PPP practice and take a vital role in the sustainable delivery of PPP projects.
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The PPP Unit is a specialised unit within the National Treasury established under Section 8 of the PPP Act 2013.
The PPPU is responsible for the systematic coordination of the review and approval process for PPP projects. This coordination is geared towards promoting the flow of bankable, viable and sustainable projects that further the goals of the National Policy on PPPs.