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  • Reply to: The power of sunlight: incentivizing private investment in solar PV   2 days 21 hours ago

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  • Reply to: What do private companies look for in a performance-based non-revenue water project?   1 week 6 days ago

    Thank you for allowing us to be involved in your research.

    It was a great opportunity for us to share how we see risk, and also an opportunity to understand better how others view risk.

    Clearly more discussion is needed as NRW reduction shouldnt be an optional task for any utility. Twin track planning to supply and demand is needed for resilience.

    Finding the right mechanism to reward common sense is a must for NRW PPI.

  • Reply to: What do private companies look for in a performance-based non-revenue water project?   2 weeks 6 hours ago

    The lessons here are great and of enormous benefits to the various locations where the concepts have been out to use.
    Sure, for them, things can only get better.
    In Nigeria, the availability of water as a public utility is at a very low level.
    The self help employed by Nigerians in the form of the drilling of boreholes is a gradual drift towards an environment disaster.
    Based on the above, how well is the World bank considering Nigeria and her people in this laudable Public-Private concept on water provision?
    Akanji, Ajibola Anthony
    Lead City University,
    Ibadan, Nigeria

  • Reply to: The power of sunlight: incentivizing private investment in solar PV   2 weeks 2 days ago

    Nice post! I learned a lot from your post! Thanks very much! I recently bought a lithium portable power generator for energy storage when off the grid. They are pretty decent as they work with a 30W and a 60W solar panels. Also, with mega battery capacity of 500Wh / 137,700mAh, 300W pure sine wave output, the solar generator has Type-C Quick Charge, and 3 ways of recharging (solar / wall / car). It's far enough for daily uses when off the grid.

  • Reply to: Regenerative PPPs (R+PPP): Designing PPPs that keep delivering   2 weeks 3 days ago

    Very interesting, thank you. I wonder if your proposal implies to set longer PPP contracts or if it can allow to return better infrastructure to government. What do you think about "reloadable PPP's" ? The idea could be to renegotiate the contract (including its duration) when an innovation could be brought.