EY advises on financial, procurement, strategic and public-private partnership issues for large-scale infrastructure projects and programs.
Estimates show that 75% of the infrastructure that will be in place in 2050 does not exist today.
Infrastructure investment and sustainable development are top priorities for governments globally. Rapid urbanization and population growth are putting pressure on emerging markets to develop critical new infrastructure, while aging assets and continued underinvestment mean developed economies need to expand their existing focus on infrastructure.
Meanwhile, smart cities are emerging as an investment need, with the interface between urban growth, technology, infrastructure and capital requirements presenting a unique set of opportunities and challenges.
We support infrastructure programs from end to end with an integrated approach to help owners, investors and operators deliver value by advising clients on financial, procurement, strategic and public-private partnerships
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A shining example of green energy in Morocco
We worked with the Moroccan Government in its efforts to build an innovative solar plant that will work far into the night.
Sunset needn’t stop the rise of solar power
Use a financing and commercial structure that manages risk between public and private sectors to build an innovative solar plant that generates electricity after the sun sets.
Leaving a lasting legacy of sustainable growth
The Noor Ouarzazate solar plant will reduce Moroccan energy imports, boost the economy and prove the viability of this green technology to investors around the world.
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