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Private Operation and Financing of Trans-European Networks

Objective

PROFIT will look at options to bridge the gap between the financial profitability of TEN projects and their socio-economic rentability by facilitating and promoting public-private-partnerships (PPP) to finance and operate TEN projects. The project will
- develop a structured methodology for assessing the PPP potential of a TEN project, based on financial attractiveness and socio-economic costs and benefits.
- define and assess the network effects in TENs
- establish an Expert Group consisting of private companies and government bodies in PPPs, which will function as a consultative body for the project
- provide a user friendly and easy-to-use tool (handbook) to make a quick-scan of the PPP potential of a TEN or other infrastructure project.
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Funding Scheme

CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

Coordinator

NETHERLANDS ECONOMIC INSTITUTE B.V.
Address
K.p. Van Der Mandelelaan 11
3062 MB Rotterdam
Netherlands

Participants (5)

NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS - DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PLANNING & ENGINEERING
Greece
Address
Iroon Polytechniou Street, 5
Athens
STRATEC S.A.
Belgium
Address
Boulevard A. Reyers 156
1030 Brussels
TRANSEK AKTIEBOLAG
Sweden
Address
Solna Torg 3
17145 Solna
UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS - INSTITUTE FOR TRANSPORT STUDIES
United Kingdom
Address
Woodhouse Lane
LS2 9JT Leeds
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH LONDON
United Kingdom
Address
277-281 Holloway Road
N7 8HN London