Eninrac Store | Monitoring Public-Private Partnership Projects in India 2020

Assess the impact of the global health crisis on Indian PPP projects across sectors with our comprehensive report. Gain insights into the state of public-private partnerships in India amid the crisis. With reduced economic activity, due to pandemic outbreak, PPP Projects (especially in transportation sector) will experience considerable revenue growth challenges. In most instances, the vulnerability scope and extent to this force majeure risk was not foreseen in PPPs that rely directly on revenues generated by user fees. The major impact shall be witnessed by toll roads (lack of users due to lockdown) and airports (loss of gate fees, refueling fees, airport commercial concessions). Even PPPs that receive revenue through availability of payments might suffer in long term, as government face shrinking economy that will result in declining tax revenues and reduced budgetary allocations to honor the existing commitments to the contracts.