Currently working as the Chief Executive Officer of EnergiparCaptacao S.A, Felipe Montoro Jens also serves as the chairman of Conssesionaria do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal S.A. He has also worked as a director at Santo Antonio Energia gaining experience in finance and financial strategy for corporations. He is a specialist in infrastructure, mainly helping the state governments to be more financially responsible and profitable by providing solutions to eliminate waste. Learn more on consorciocorretora.com for more info.
About Felipe Montoro and PPP Projects
Felipe Montoro is a leading infrastructure expert championing use of PPP to complement the services of the public sector in helping Brazil reduce its infrastructure deficit especially in key areas such as basic sanitisation and transportation.
Some of his PPP projects include modernisation of the whole lighting park of Belo Horizonte city in Minas Gerais state. LED technology is being used to replace the sodium vapour lamp which besides ensuring a longer life also reduces energy consumption significantly. His other PPP project is the construction of twenty thousand new daycare centres and forty thousand new pre-schools in Rio de Janeiro municipality. In the Private-public partnership, the city hall is to manage the learning part of the project while the private will be responsible for construction and maintenance of the Infant Educational Centers with finance from the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank.
He has also been involved in the Trust Corridor partnership a PPP between the municipal council of Araguari municipality and private companies. Concrete tracks are being built in the city along the Mato Grosso avenue one being a bike path and the other a hiking trail. According to Felipe Montoro Jens, although Brazil had some PPP’s more than a decade ago, the number is still small with the main challenge being the guarantees offered by the public in the obligational payment of the contracts. He has proposed a more robust structure to be put in place to address the hurdles.
Since PPPs are important tools where the demands and aspirations of both the government and public could greatly benefit from, the availability of public resources should be expanded. Including resources from National Fund for Education Resources for projects and making the federal PPP fund available for state and municipal projects. Learn more: https://www.baptista.com.br/felipe-montoro-jens-reporta-que-brasileiros-estao-entre-os-mais-insatisfeitos-do-mundo-com-a-infraestrutura-de-seu-pais/