A small PPP in Ukraine delivers big results


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Most public-private partnership (PPP) transactions you hear about are large, multi-million dollar infrastructure deals with serious global players competing in international tenders.

But PPPs don't have to be big to be successful. In Malyn, a town of nearly 30,000 in Ukraine, a biofuel PPP helped the city administration heat three schools last winter by refitting a municipal boiler house, allowing it to substitute expensive, unreliable imported natural gas with locally-produced biofuel made from locally-produced pellets made from wood or straw.

Watch the video below to get the whole story (in Ukrainian with English subtitles) or read about it on the Public-Private Partnership Development Program website.
Malyn Biofuel Pilot PPP


David Lawrence

Communications Consultant

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Fernando M. Sopot
March 28, 2017

I would like to subscribed to your PPP Newsletters or any update on PPP hosted or authored by the World Bank.

Lai Wei
March 28, 2017

Hi Fernando, you can subscribe to the World Bank Group PPP and infrastructure newsletter here: http://newsletters.worldbank.org/newsletters/listnl.htm?nl=wbgpppn