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Ppp & private capital for sustainable infrastructure and smart cities

/ Michele Lertora, Guglielmo Pascarelli, Anna Gervasoni. - Milano : Guerini next, 2022. - 198 p. ; 23 cm. - (Università Cattaneo libri ; 19). - ISBN 978-88-689-6457-3.

This work, fruit of the research activities of the Centre of Excellence on sustainable finance for infrastructure and smart cities (ExSUF), set up in 2021 from the «Committee on Housing and Land Management» of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and from liuc – Cattaneo University, aims to describe the state of the art in the regulations and principle features and definitions of sustainable finance and smart cities, analyzing the classical schemes of project financing and PPPs and highlighting the present scenario in which public and private actors, and, in particular, private capital entities move.
By means of a market analysis of PPPs in Italy and thanks to requests coming from discussions with practitioners and sector experts, the text concludes by showing how classical PPPs models have to evolve to guarantee flexibility and to promote constructive dialogue between public entities and the private sector with the goal of identifying new financial and design metrics and new ways of putting them into practice.



11Introduction - by Anna Geruasoni
15Contributions from the Scientific Committee of ExSUF: - Public-private collaboration: the role of design in investments in the modernisation of cities and distncts, from vision to construction - by Giulio De Carli - One Works
19- Technology and information technology for the cities of the future: government must meet the challenge together with the private sector - by Roberta Cocco - Advisor to the Minister for Innovation and Digital Transition of Italy in the government of Prime Minister Mario Draghi
23- PPPs: a. winning strategy for a confluence between public and private sectors by Stefano De Capitani - Municipia (Gruppo Engineenng)
27- Public Investments, PPPs and Green Projects Evaluation - by Giampiero Bambagioni - U4SSC
45Chapter 1 - Finance: the sustainability challenge
501.1 Smart Cities and Sustainable Infrastructure
61Chapter 2 - Public-private partnership and project Financing
71Chapter 3 - The ecological and digital transformation and the role of private capital
713.1 The Italian new world challenge: the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR)
763.2 The role of private capital and infrastructure funds
83Chapter 4 - Market analysis, insights and ideas
93Glossary and Acronyms
97Introduzione – di Anna Gervasoni
101Contributi del comitato scientifico di ExSUF: - Collaborazione pubblico-privato: il ruolo del progetto negli investimenti per la modernizzazione della città e del territorio, dalla visione alla costruzionedi Giulio De Carli - One Works
105- Tecnologia e digitale per le città del futuro: una sfida per la PA da vincere insieme al privato di Roberta Cocco - Consulente del Ministro per l'Innovazione Tecnologica e la Transizione Digitale nel governo Draghi
109- PPPs: strategia vincente per una confluenza tra pubblico e privato - di Stefano De Capitani - Municipia (Gruppo Engineering)
113- Investimenti pubblici, PPPs e Green Project Evaluation di Gianpiero Bambagioni - U4SSC
133Capitolo 1 - Finanza: la sfida della sostenibilità - 1.1 Smart cities e infrastrutture sostenibili
151Capitolo 2 - Il Partenariato Pubblico Pnvato e il project financing
163Capitolo 3 - Trasformazione ecologica e digitale e ruolo del private capital
1633.1 La sfida italiana. al nuovo mondo: il PNRR
1683.2 Il ruolo del private capital e i fondi infrastrutturali
177Capitolo 4 - Analisi del mercato, spunti e riflessioni
187Glossario e Acronimi
197Gli autori