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Responsibility for local hydraulic development, water management and water service is given by a local authority to a public company through a concession contract for 75 years. Case study of SCP (France)

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The concession of the” Canal de Provence”  is granted by a local authority,  “Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur”, to a company, whose governing body is composed by local authorities interested  both in hydraulic development and  land management. Since 1957, the company has been carrying out the design & construction of infrastructures, and operating water resource management and water distribution to farmers and individuals in rural areas, to cities and to industries. At the completion of the contract in 2038, the company will have to give back all the assets to the “Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur”, in perfect state of operation.  

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Financing model of BOT for water infrastructure development in Turkey

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The finance model Built-Operate-Transfer is the construction, maintenance, operate and transfer of the hydo electric power plant (HEPP), irrigation projects and other hydraulic structures by the contract signed between public and private sectors. In Turkey during the first experiments of this model to HEPP, the finance had been met 25-35%private sector and 75-65% by the loans under the government guarantee (but the government guarantee is not available any more ), for the experiments of this model to irrigation projects the finance was planned to be met by private sector and loans without government guarantee. 

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Common large hydraulic infrastructure shared between countries

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Transboundary basins often face issues of large hydraulic infrastructures (large dams, water diversions or transfers). The transboundary impacts of such structures often leads to cooperation deadlocks, if not of open conflicts, between countries within a same basin. However, these structures can also become drivers of regional economic integration and sustainable development, especially for agriculture, energy and transport.

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