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Performance-Based Contracts (PBC) for Improving Utilities Efficiency: Experiences and Perspectives is a compendium of articles written by members of the PBC taskforce. It focuses on new approaches without delegated management to private operators i.e. service contracts, consulting contracts, Alliance approach, public-private partnerships (PPPs). It also mentions new design and generation of more traditional PPPs (management, lease, concession), where a larger proportion of performance-based design is being applied.
Scientific and Technical Report No. 24
Chapter 1: Performance-based contracts – setting the scene
Chapter 2: PBC and results-based financing: The inverse approach
Chapter 3: PBC and energy efficiency
Chapter 4: Internal performance contracts: A case of the National Water and Sewerage Corporation in Uganda
Chapter 5: Performance-based service contracts in Navi Mumbai
Chapter 6: Financial comparison of NRW PBCs and conventional NRW projects
Chapter 7: Tegucigalpa PBC case study
Chapter 8: Performance-based contracts – key design Issues
Chapter 9: NRW reduction optimization framework
Chapter 10: How to improve water services performance
Chapter 11: Performance-based contracts (PBC) and regulatory issues
Chapter 12: Peer-to-peer partnerships operational for sustainable water services
Chapter 13: Performance-based contracts in Malawi: Teamwork works
Chapter 14: Performance-based affermage contracts
Chapter 15: Performance-based contracts, the Aroona Integrated Alliance experience
Chapter 16: Experience from Eastern Europe
Chapter 17: Performance-based contracts (PBCs) for improving utilities efficiency: Experiences and perspectives: The way forward and perspectives/trends
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