Latest! Annual PPI Database Global Report, 2017(5 MB)

Investment commitments involving private participation in low and middle-income countries for energy, transport and water infrastructure totaled US$93.3 billion across 305 projects in 2017. While this is a 37 percent increase over 2016, it is still the second-lowest level of investment in the past 10 years and is 15 percent lower than the averages of past five years.
Blog: New data reveals uptick in private investment in 2017 in EMDEs

 
New! PPI Investment in Low Carbon Infrastructure (2002-H1 2017) ( KB)

After 2010, favorable government policies led to a surge of low-carbon projects. The percentage of low-carbon projects receiving government support grew from 3% before 2010 to 51% afterwards. The distribution of new project investments shifted in favor of low-carbon—prior to 2010, distribution was even, but after 2010, the number of new low-carbon PPI projects (1,915) was more than double that of conventional ones (815).
Blog: Low-carbon infrastructure: an essential solution to climate change?

New! Contribution of Institutional Investors to PPI Investment, 2011-H1 2017 ( KB)

Current levels of institutional investor activity in new infrastructure deals are quite low at only 0.7% of total private participation in infrastructure investment in EMDEs. From 2011 to the first half of 2017, 41 projects received institutional investor contribution.
Blog: Behold the White Knights! Institutional Investor Contribution to EMDE Private Infrastructure Investments at financial close

New! Publications using PPI database now available under "Resources" ( KB)

Over 85 publications draw their analyses from the PPI Database and these have been categorized by sector, region, and themes. With the click of a button, a vast resource of information on infrastructure investments is now accessible to all.
Blog: PPI Database users leave their mark on the resources section

Energy Sector Note – 2015 (1442.4 KB)
Total investment in energy projects with private participation in 2015 in low- and middle-income countries was US$37.6 billion, 50 percent below the five-year average of US$74.7 billion.
Transport Sector Note – 2015 (853.4 KB)
Total investment in transport projects with private participation in emerging countries in 2015 was US$69.9 billion, 53 percent above the five-year average of US$45.6 billion.
Water Sector Note – 2015 (819.1 KB)
In 2015, total investment in water projects in developing countries was US$4.1 billion, 8% higher than the five-year average of US$3.8 billion (2010-2014).
Sub-Saharan Africa, 2015 (845.5 KB)
In 2015, PPI investment increased by 151%.
East Asia and Pacific, 2015 (855.1 KB)
In 2015, PPI investment decreased by 16%.
Europe and Central Asia, 2015 (885.9 KB)
In 2015, PPI investment increased by 235%.
Latin America and Caribbean, 2015 (818.8 KB)
In 2015, PPI investment decreased by 49%.
Middle East and North Africa, 2015 (854.3 KB)
In 2015, PPI investment decreased by 25%.
South Asia, 2015 (664.1 KB)
In 2015, PPI investment decreased by 9%.
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