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Publiek Private Samenwerking


Wanneer een overheid en een private partij (marktpartij) met elkaar een overeenkomst sluiten over de realisatie van een bepaald project, is er sprake van een publiek-private samenwerkingsovereenkomst (een PPS- ofwel PPP-overeenkomst).

Er bestaan twee hoofdvormen van PPS: traditioneel en innovatief. De traditionele PPS-vorm komt voor bij gebiedsontwikkelingen, waarbij sprake is van de ontwikkeling en realisatie van onder andere woningen, winkels, kantoren, leisure en infrastructuur.

De innovatieve PPS-vorm heeft betrekking op de ontwikkeling van publieke objecten zoals infrastructuur, ministeries, gemeentehuizen, scholen en ziekenhuizen. Bij deze PPS-vorm vindt een overheveling van risico's plaats door de overheid aan de marktpartij. Niet alleen de risico's van ontwerp en realisatie (Design/Build) worden overgedragen, maar ook de financiering (Finance) en - desgewenst - langdurig onderhoud en exploitatie (Maintain/Operate). 

CMS kan u, als overheid of als marktpartij, begeleiden en adviseren in zowel traditionele als innovatieve PPS-projecten. Daarnaast is er binnen de internationale organisatie CMS veel kennis over de innovatieve PPS-vorm. Zo hebben onze Engelse collega's de Nederlandse overheid begeleid bij de totstandkoming van het innovatieve PPS-contract voor de Hogesnelheidslijn-Zuid.

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March 2019
Ener­gy Stor­a­ge
560340htt­ps://me­dia.cms­legal.com/me­dia/em­bed?uni­que_key=aa2d1867c0956518566fceb3d3f8d003&width=720&height=405&au­to­play=fal­se&au­to­lights­off=fal­se&loop=fal­se&clean1al­waysez­no­de://502218It is re­cog­ni­sed that flexi­bi­li­ty in the elec­tri­ci­ty sy­s­tem will be­co­me in­cre­a­sin­gly va­lu­a­ble in the co­ming ye­ars as the wi­der ener­gy tran­si­ti­on, in­clu­ding the gre­a­ter pe­ne­tra­ti­on of in­ter­mit­tent, dis­tri­bu­ted ge­ne­ra­ti­on and mo­re pro­ac­ti­ve con­su­mers, across the world pro­gres­ses.In the last few ye­ars, ener­gy stor­a­ge has co­me to the fo­re as a key sec­tor in pro­vi­ding such flexi­bi­li­ty. The com­mer­ci­a­li­sa­ti­on and wi­de sca­le de­ploy­ment of ener­gy stor­a­ge see­ks to ta­ke ad­van­ta­ge of the ran­ge of re­ve­nue streams avai­la­ble to ener­gy stor­a­ge pro­jects, such as re­ser­ve, sy­s­tem ser­vi­ces and ba­lan­cing. The­re are a va­ri­e­ty of bu­si­ness mo­dels that cre­a­te op­por­tu­ni­ties for in­ves­tors, fun­ders, ge­ne­ra­tors and de­vel­o­pers, in­clu­ding co-lo­ca­ti­on and be­hind-the-me­ter / Stor­a­ge-as-a-Ser­vi­ce (SaaS).Ne­vert­he­less, the­re remain ju­ris­dic­ti­on-spe­ci­fic chal­len­ges to the full-sca­le rol­lout of ener­gy stor­a­ge, in par­ti­cu­lar around the fu­tu­re pre­dic­ta­bi­li­ty of re­ve­nue streams and the wi­der re­gu­la­to­ry re­gime and the ex­tent of mer­chant risk that in­ves­tors can ac­cept.The ener­gy stor­a­ge sec­tor will con­ti­nue to evol­ve with in­cre­a­sing op­por­tu­ni­ties in al­ter­na­ti­ve stor­a­ge tech­no­lo­gies to li­thi­um-ion bat­te­ries and pum­ped hy­dro, such as Com­pres­sed Air Ener­gy Stor­a­ge (CAES) and hy­dro­gen.This re­port is one of four sup­ple­ments, ex­pan­ding on the fin­dings of our 2018 Con­nec­ted Fu­tu­re re­port and our 2017 CMS In­fra­struc­tu­re In­dex. The 2019 In­fra­struc­tu­re In­dex will be avai­la­ble at the end of 2019.
Nov 2018
Con­nec­ted Fu­tu­re
560340htt­ps://me­dia.cms­legal.com/me­dia/em­bed?key=a8d8553d4185acef53d102b90db01f48&uni­que_key=8885df075a330c452b818560c155d609&width=720&height=405&au­to­play=fal­se&au­to­lights­off=fal­se&loop=fal­se&clean1al­waysez­no­de://499625Kri­sty Du­a­ne - Con­nec­ted Fu­tu­reez­no­de://469975Tech­no­lo­gy-dri­ven trans­for­ma­ti­ons are not on­ly dis­rup­ting our eve­ry­day li­ves but are al­so ra­di­cally trans­for­ming the in­fra­struc­tu­re sec­tor. On the one hand, in­no­va­ti­on is dri­ving an up­gra­de of exis­ting in­fra­struc­tu­re, such as di­gi­tal; on the other hand, it is de­ter­mi­ning the emer­gen­ce of new as­set clas­ses li­ke char­ging points for elec­tric ve­hi­cles.The star­ting point of our jour­ney will be di­gi­tal, which is pro­vi­ding the back­bo­ne for di­gi­ta­li­sa­ti­on of the eco­no­my. Whi­le 4G – the fourth ge­ne­ra­ti­on of mo­bi­le pho­ne tech­no­lo­gy – has al­rea­dy wit­nes­sed ro­bust deal flow, the ad­vent of 5G is set to lay the foun­da­ti­ons for a hu­ge ran­ge of in­no­va­ti­on.Mo­ving to ener­gy, stor­a­ge tech­no­lo­gies, par­ti­cu­lar­ly bat­te­ries, are pro­vi­ding a wi­de ran­ge of flexi­ble ser­vi­ces re­qui­red in our in­cre­a­sin­gly de­cen­tra­li­sed, dis­tri­bu­ted and in­ter­mit­tent elec­tri­ci­ty sys­tems.Me­an­w­hi­le in the trans­port sec­tor, long held as a cor­nersto­ne of in­fra­struc­tu­re in­vest­ment, the smart mo­bi­li­ty re­vo­lu­ti­on ga­thers pa­ce. The ri­se of elec­tri­fied, con­nec­ted and au­to­no­mous ve­hi­cles is li­ke­ly to re­pre­sent the most sig­ni­fi­cant trans­for­ma­ti­on of trans­port sin­ce the in­ven­ti­on of steam lo­co­mo­ti­ves and in­ter­nal com­bus­ti­on en­gi­nes in the 19th cen­tu­ry. In­vest­ment in cy­ber se­cu­ri­ty is re­qui­red, as trans­port in­fra­struc­tu­re will be­co­me vul­ne­ra­ble to se­cu­ri­ty at­tacks. As our re­port exa­mi­nes in de­tail, not all coun­tries are re­cep­ti­ve to tech­no­lo­gy in­no­va­ti­ons to the sa­me de­gree, the­re­by of­fe­ring fe­wer op­por­tu­ni­ties. In Eu­ro­pe, the UK is firm­ly se­cu­ring its role as a glo­bal hot­bed of in­fra­struc­tu­re in­no­va­ti­on, thanks to its for­ward-loo­king re­gu­la­to­ry fra­me­work. Whi­le in Asia, Singapo­re is al­rea­dy be­co­ming a tes­ting ground for new tech­no­lo­gies, gi­ven its thriving start-up eco­sy­s­tem and its con­du­ci­ve le­gis­la­ti­on.me­di­umme­di­umme­di­umme­di­umme­di­umme­di­um
June 2019
CMS In­fra­struc­tu­re & Pro­jects Glo­bal Bro­chu­re
To meet do­mestic and glo­bal growth ex­pecta­ti­ons a hu­ge amount of in­fra­struc­tu­re will need to be built, re­built, re­fur­bis­hed or re­tro­fit­ted. The sca­le and in­vest­ment re­qui­red to plug this in­fra­struc­tu­re gap pre­sents a for­mi­da­ble chal­len­ge and one in which our clients will play an im­por­tant part.Our in­fra­struc­tu­re sec­tor in­sight has been gai­ned by ad­vi­sing ma­ny of the big­gest play­ers in re­la­ti­on to pro­jects across the trans­port, he­alth, edu­ca­ti­on, was­te, ener­gy, de­fen­ce, IT / te­le­coms, lei­su­re, cus­to­di­al and jus­ti­ce, air­ports and ship­ping, rail, roads and wa­ter sub-sec­tors. You will be­ne­fit from the bre­adth and depth of our sec­tor ex­per­ti­se whi­che­ver role and in wha­te­ver in­fra­struc­tu­re sec­tor you par­ti­ci­pa­te.


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