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TerraScale is developing a global portfolio of projects.

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IMPPPACT

One of the most important, but complex ways to realize infrastructure projects is to use Public-Private Partnerships. PPPs are a special type of cooperation between the public and private sectors aimed at carrying out long-term investment projects in the social and infrastructure sphere, particularly where it is important to retain an element of public sector oversight or control over the service or asset(s). Typical PPP projects involve the construction/reconstruction of transport infrastructure (airports, roads, railroads, tunnels, bridges), public buildings (hospitals, schools, museums), utilities (water supply, wastewater, waste processing), energy, and also operation and maintenance of these facilities.

In PPP projects, the private sector commits to developing, building, and financing facilities, and operating them in accordance with the parameters and standards established by the government. In return, the private sector is paid by the public sector, with the amount dependent on results achieved (services provided). In some projects, this payment (or part of the payment) comes from the revenues generated by the commercial operation of the facility.

PPP projects which require operational and maintenance service provision provide the private sector with strong incentives to minimise costs over the whole life of a project, something that is inherently difficult to achieve within the constraints of traditional public sector budgeting.

A core principle of any PPP is the allocation of risk to the party best able to manage it at least cost. The aim is to optimise rather than maximise risk transfer, to ensure that best value is achieved.

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PROJECT ENERGOS

Project Energos is TerraScale’s global plan to design, develop, finance, build and manage the infrastructure required to accommodate our planet’s rapid increases in data usages, enable a heightened response to emergencies and power our planet; all in a resilient and sustainable fashion.