Blended Finance in Clean Energy: Experiences and Opportunities

Climate Policy Initiative (CPI)

The combined challenges of energy access and climate change present major needs for clean energy invest- ment. The Paris Agreement and United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, negotiated in 2015, represented an in ection point for moving from talk to action in order to address two of the world’s most important challenges. The objective is clear: mobilize investment to meet the goal of limiting global warming to, at most, 2 degrees Celsius while also bringing elec- tricity to the more than 1 billion people globally who do not yet have access to it.

This report looks at what is needed to unlock invest- ment opportunities in developing economies that are still catching up. We evaluated, by geography and clean energy sector, the most signi cant opportunities for impact on both climate change and energy access per dollar invested; the risks and barriers that prevent investment; and how blended nance could be deployed to address investor needs.

Website: https://climatepolicyinitiative.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Blended-Finance-in-Clean-Energy-Experiences-and-Opportunities.pdf

    Date
    25 January, 2018
    Type
    Policy and Research Reports
    Region Focus
    Global
    Sector Focus
    Energy
    Sub-Sector Focus
    Energy Efficiency / Emissions Reduction, Off-Grid Energy, Renewable Energy