What is PPP?
A public–private partnership (PPP or 3P or P3) is a government service or private business venture that is funded and operated through a partnership of government and one or more private sector companies. The aim of the public-private partnership is a more economical, more efficient and more effective (successful) production of public goods or services in relation to the traditional way of providing public services. However, the discussion on a comprehensive definition of the term "public-private partnership" is not concluded, as the PPP can occur in various areas of public administration, in various forms, with various duration times and various intensity.
A public-private partnership can be described as a cooperation between the public and private sectors in the field of planning, production, delivery, financing, business or payment collection of public works. The public sector in this occasion is identified as an initiator of such cooperation, a partner that defines contract types and volume of work or services it intends to transfer to the private sector. The private sector is a partner that seeks such type of cooperation, if it can relate it to a business interest (profit) and which is required to carry out the contractually received and defined tasks.
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About the group
Founder of ENBEKON LTD. is VR Enbekon eG, a registered cooperative with the objective of consulting and conception of energy projects. It was founded in May 2009 as an initiative of Cooperative Banks in the Black Forest. In October 2011 the VR Enbekon eG board was transferred from the banking initiative to industrial partners in order to nationally and internationally establish the concept faster.