The Ministry of Transport of the government of the Czech Republic has launched the tender for the completion of the D4 highway, which runs from the outer ring-road of Prague, the capital city, to Písek, a town to the south-west. The estimated value of the PPP contract is CZK24.9 billion (US$1.15 billion).
Infrastructure/PPP news in Czech Republic
The Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic has announced an upcoming public presentation concerning the D4 highway PPP. The project consists of the construction of approx. 32km of new highway between Háje and Mirotice, and the operation and maintain of adjacent sections, with a total length of 17 km.
The Czech Transport Ministry has finally signed an advisory contract with the Ceska sporitelna, White & Case / Obermeyer consortium for legal, technical and financial consultancy services regarding potentially the first road public-private partnership in the country.
FCC Aqualia, FCC Group’s subsidiary for the water market, has agreed to buy back from Mitsui its 49% stake in FCC Aqualia’s water business in the Czech Republic.
The Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic has launched a tender process to seek a transaction advisor for a PPP road.
Czech Transport Minister Dan Ťok has announced is set to build a section of the D4 motorway between Příbram and Písek in South Bohemia through a public-private partnership (PPP).
The City of Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic,
The Government of the Czech Republic has approved the Expressway R4 PPP project after the feasibility study showed the advantages of the application of the PPP model for the project.
The Government of the Czech Republic, through the Transport Ministry, has delayed the tender process to hire advisors for the Expressway R4 PPP project.
The Government of the Czech Republic, through the Transport Ministry has plans to hire advisors for the Expressway R4 PPP project.
The Government of the Czech Republic, through the Transport Ministry has announced plants to launch tenders for two road public-private partnership (PPP) projects.
Czech Republic-based private equity fund manager EnerCap Capital Partners is planning to launch a second fund to invest in renewable energy projects in Central and Eastern Europe although multiple downgrades of feed-in tariffs and renewable energy certificates across the CEE have taken place.
The EnerCap Power Fund I, a private equity fund focusing on investments in renewable energy projects in Central and Eastern Europe, announced on April 15th that two funds managed or advised by RobecoSAM Private Equity have replaced an existing investor in the fund.
FCC - Aqualia, the third-largest water company in the world, has reached an agreement to sell 49% of water company SmVak, in the Czech Republic, to Mitsui for 97 million euro. The transaction includes SmVak's water and infrastructure development activities, conducted through FCC subsidiaries.