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BeSpatial / BeSmart Executive Forum profiles Jonathan Erling, P.Eng, KPMG LLP

April 15, 2019 6:08 PM | Anonymous

4. Public-Private Partnership (P3), Challenges and Opportunities

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Concerns over access to broadband are similar those associated with access to basic electricity service in the early 20th century.  The service is increasingly fundamental to participation in modern economic life but can be expensive and/or unavailable in rural areas. P3 models can be used to help bridge service gaps but are, in Canada, typically focused more on traditional “hard” infrastructure such as roads, hospitals and transit. 

P3 models can be used to help bridge service gaps but are, in Canada, typically focused more on traditional “hard” infrastructure such as roads, hospitals and transit.  Using P3 models for telecommunications will likely require new approaches, with more thought needed on the implications of technology evolution, appropriate sharing of revenue risks, and differences in the pool of potential business partners.

1:00 PM - 4. Public-Private Partnership (P3), Challenges and Opportunities
Panelists: David FellCEO, EORN (Eastern Ontario Regional Network) Jonathan M. Erling, P.Eng., Executive Director, Global Infrastructure Advisory, KPMG LLP; Mark Bain, Head of Torys’ Public-Private Partnerships practice, and co-head of the firm’s Infrastructure and Energy practice.

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