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Joanna Fiedler, DG Environment Domenica Bumma, DG Enlargement. EU Enlargement and Environment Update on financing environment and cooperation with IFIs PEIP Meeting, 19 June 2008. 1. Outline of the presentation. EU financial instruments Donors coordination on environment

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Joanna fiedler dg environment domenica bumma dg enlargement
Joanna Fiedler, DG EnvironmentDomenica Bumma, DG Enlargement

EU Enlargement and Environment

Update on financing environment and cooperation with IFIs

PEIP Meeting, 19 June 2008

IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008

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Outline of the presentation
Outline of the presentation

  • EU financial instruments

  • Donors coordination on environment

  • New aspects: Union for Mediterranean

  • Infrastructure Projects Facility (IPF)

  • Municipal Window of PPF

IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


Ec assistance
EC assistance

Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA):

  • Component I

    • Technical assistance available for the preparation of Approximation and Investment strategies for ENV

    • Capacity building of the relevant institutions

    • Infrastructure investments in potential CCs

  • Component II

    • Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC)

  • Component III „Regional development“ (available only to CCs)

    • Investments in the field of transport, ENVIRONMENT (OP ENV) and regional competitiveness

    • Technical assistance for projects‘ preparation

IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


Donors coordination
Donors’ coordination

  • IFIs AG WG on ENV

  • EBRD environmental and social policy revision

  • EIB – environmental statement under revision

  • DABLAS Task Force

  • EPPF/ IPF

IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


Ifis advisory group
IFIs Advisory Group

IFIs Advisory Group established in March 2007 (replacement of Infrastructure Steering Group)

  • It has advisory function on the coordination of investment projects in the region

  • The scope of work extended beyond regional transport, energy and environment projects to cover sectors such as health, education, social issues, municipalities as well as Public Private Partnership

  • It covers all candidate and potential candidate countries

  • Working Group on environment – work plan 2008

  • Climate change focus (adaptation) – need for climate change adaptation strategies

  • Waste management – challenges to financing waste management investments

  • Next meeting October 2008

  • IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Achievements
    Achievements

    Pipeline of prioritised water and wastewater investment projects

    • Pipeline (30 projects) endorsed in 2003, based on projects selected by ICPDR and BSC that comply with environmental and financial criteria

    • Out of the 30 initial Priority Investment Projects

      • 16 water supply and sanitation projects have secured financing and have been taken out of the pipeline

      • most other projects have moved forward thanks to the Project Preparation Facilities

      • new relevant projects were added

      • the least feasible projects were taken out

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Achievements1
    Achievements

    Examples of specific activities

    • Groundbreaking work on the grouping of municipalities for a regional approach to water sanitation (Constanta, Romania)

    • Securing funds from EC IPA for feasibility work for investments in the water sector (Turkey)

    • Securing grant co-financing for investments (Mykolaiv, Ukraine)

    • Developing guidance document on “Good Practice in Project Preparation” in all DABLAS languages

    • Identifying the links between the DABLAS process and the Water Framework Directive

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Achievements2
    Achievements

    Summary key results

    • supplement to national processes – allows to see the bigger picture

    • improved preparation of key water and wastewater investment projects

    • developed a framework for investors/donors to use when making financial decisions

    • methodological guidance on issues of relevance for project preparation

    • Possibility to replicate the approach?

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Latest developments
    Latest Developments

    • Contract recently awarded under PHARE multi-country:

      • provide DABLAS Secretariat Services for the full DABLAS region

      • provide direct investment support for river basin management-related projects in Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Turkey

      • In these 4 countries, provide methodological guidance on cost-benefit analysis, cost of construction and regionalisation of investments

  • Further support for the Task Force is planned through IPA and ENPI, but additional support will be necessary!

  • IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    New aspects union for mediterranean
    New aspects – Union for Mediterranean

    • COM (2008) 319 – Barcelona Process: Union for the Mediterranean;

    • To enhance multilateral relations, increase co-ownership of the process and make it more visible to citizens. To “inject” further momentum into the Barcelona process;

    • Multilateral partnership – regional and trans-national projects;

    • All EU Member States, members and observers of the Barcelona Process and Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro.

    • Project dimension – additional funding is expected: private sector, bilateral cooperation, partners, IFIs, regional banks, bilateral funds)

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Infrastructure project facility technical assistance 1 4
    Infrastructure Project Facility TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (1/4)

    Overall objective

    Contribute to the socio-economic development of the Western Balkans through improved infrastructures in transport, environment, and energy and in the social field

    Project purpose

    Support preparation and implementation of investment projects financed by grants and/or loans by the beneficiaries, IFIs, IPA and/or other sponsors/donors.

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Ipf technical assistance 2 4
    IPF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (2/4)

    • Expected results

    • Improved number, speed and quality of investment proposals for infrastructure investments

    • Enhanced financial cooperation between the Commission, IFIs and beneficiaries

    • Improved technical skills of local human resources within beneficiary institutions

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Ipf technical assistance 3 4
    IPF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (3/4)

    Activities

    • Develop pipeline of infrastructure investments projects

    • Technical support for preparation & implementation of projects

    • Ad hoc assessment of individual investment projects

    • Upstream & downstream cooperation with IFIs

    • Update of capacity needs assessment of stakeholders

    • Training and capacity building of beneficiaries

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    First results of the ipf 4 4
    FIRST RESULTS OF THE IPF (4/4)

    • €16 million already allocated

    • 58 proposals received from 6 countries

    • 18 projects prioritised, 5 in environment

    • 30 projects on reserve list

    • 10 projects rejected

    • > € 10 million of estimated TA support

    • > € 800 million of estimated follow up investments

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    • Feasibility Study for Collection, Transport and Treatment of Waste Waters in the Municipality of Vranje and Uzice”

    • TA-SER-17

    Sector: Environment - Water Protection

    Lead IFI: none at this stage

    Co-financing Investors: IPA, State Budget

    Requested Service: Feasibility Study

    Indicative IPF TA: EUR 500,000

    Estimated Total Investment: EUR 19,561,000

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    • Podgorica Waste Water Project”

    • TA-MON-07

    • Sector: Environment - Waste Water

    • Lead IFI: EIB, EBRD

    • Co-financing Investors: WB, IPA, Dexia CCB

    • Requested Service: Feasibility Study

    • Indicative IPF TA: to be defined

    • Estimated Total Investment: EUR 35,000,000

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    • Podgorica Water Infrastructure Project”

    • TA-MON-05

    • Sector: Environment - Water

    • Lead IFI: EBRD

    • Co-financing Investors: EIB, WB

    • Requested Service: Feasibility Study

    • Indicative IPF TA: EUR 300,000

    • Estimated Total Investment: EUR 10,000,000

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    • Regional Water Company Prishtina”

    • TA-KOS-01

    • Sector: Environment - Water Supply

    • Lead IFI: none at this stage

    • Co-financing Investors: KfW, EAR, Government

    • of Norway and Government of Switzerland

    • Requested Service: Technical and

    • Management Assistance, Feasibility Study

    • Indicative IPF TA: EUR 300,000

    • Estimated Total Investment: EUR 10,000,000

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    • Plava Voda Regional Water Supply Project”

    • TA-BIH-03

    Sector: Environment - Water Supply

    Lead IFI: EBRD

    Co-financing Investors: CEB

    Requested Service: Feasibility Study

    Indicative IPF TA: EUR 600,000

    Estimated Total Investment: EUR 28,000,000

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Ipf municipality window 1 3
    IPF MUNICIPALITY WINDOW (1/3)

    Overall objective

    Supporting the financing of infrastructure investments to create the conditions for sustainable development in the IPA countries in the prospect of EU accession

    Project purpose

    Co-operation with IFIs to support the financing of infrastructure investments of municipalities primarily in the field of water, sanitation and waste management through a grant co-financing mechanism (EU grants + IFI loan)

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Ipf municipalit window 2 3
    IPF MUNICIPALIT WINDOW (2/3)

    • Expected results

    • Social result: improvement of living conditions of the population

    • Economic result: adequate tariff policy of public utilities to ensure viability and sustainability of municipal investments

    • Environmental result: progress achieved towards the implementation of the “acquis communautaire” with respect to the water and waste Directives

    • Financial sector result: involving local banks in municipal lending (indirect lending)

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Ipf municipality window 3 3
    IPF MUNICIPALITY WINDOW (3/3)

    • Activities

    • Identification of municipal investment projects (direct lending to municipalities or lending through financial intermediaries)

    • Assessment by the IPF Secretariat and approval by the IPF Steering Committee

    • Implementation of projects by the IFIs (signature of municipal project agreement, release of EU grants, completion check of investment)

    • Capacity building of municipalities for investment planning and management

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Ipf ta municipality window management structure
    IPF (TA & Municipality window)MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Ipf ta project cycle

    TA projects presented by beneficiaries and sponsors (IFIs, others)

    NIPAC

    Offices

    IPF

    Secretariat

    IPF

    Steering

    Committee

    prioritisation

    of projects

    proposal

    of projects

    DG

    ELARG

    (Task Manager)

    recommendation

    of pipeline

    Order of

    service

    for TA

    monitored by

    Project

    Task Force

    Order of

    service

    for TA

    monitored by

    Project

    Task Force

    Order of

    service

    for TA

    monitored by

    Project

    Task Force

    IPF TA PROJECT CYCLE

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Ipf municipality window project cycle

    Investment projects presented by beneficiaries and IFIs

    NIPAC

    Offices

    IPF

    Steering

    Committee

    IPF

    Secretariat

    proposal

    of projects

    prioritisation

    Contracting

    Authority

    (ELARG)

    recommendation

    of pipeline

    Direct contribution

    Agreement with IFI

    for

    project co-financing

    Direct contribution

    Agreement with IFI

    for

    project co-financing

    Direct contribution

    agreement with IFI

    for

    project co-financing

    Implementation of municipal investments

    IPF MUNICIPALITY WINDOW PROJECT CYCLE

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Resources under ipa 2008
    RESOURCES UNDER IPA 2008

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    Next steps
    NEXT STEPS

    • End-June 2008: kick off of TA Contract = mobilisation of experts for pipeline projects between July and September 2008

    • September 2008: IPA Management Committee to approve IPA 2008 proposed programmes (IPF TA, IPF MW)

    • October 2008: second meeting of the IPF Steering Committee; first screening of projects eligible for IPF MW

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


    THANK YOUJoanna FiedlerPolicy Officer for Serbia and Syria, relations with IFIs, coordinator of ISPA/PHARE/CARDS/ IPA and twinningUnit for Enlargement and Neighbouring CountriesEuropean Commission – DG Environmentemail: [email protected]: 0032 2 299 03 10

    IPF Steering Committee - 16 June 2008


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