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Closing the Climate Financing Gap: Stocktaking of GGGI Green Investment Projects 2015-2020

Global Green Growth Institute

GGGI is a treaty-based organization that have focused on preparing pipelines of green climate projects, mainly through three types of financial products: green projects, financial instruments and national financing vehicles (NFVs). The report analyzes the 59 green climate projects developed by GGGI from 2015-2020, showcasing trends in the amount of capital mobilized for green climate finance, types of sizes of projects and focus sectors. A key takeaway from the report is how green projects can better use concessional finance instruments to crowd-in commercial capital through strengthening the commercial viability of green projects. The role of blended finance and concessional finance will be particularly important for emerging markets which are already experiencing widening financial gaps to achieve the SDGs.

    01 Sep 21
    Policy and Research Reports
    Region Focus
    Central Africa, Central America, Central Asia, East Africa, East Asia, Global, North Africa, South America, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Southern Africa, West Africa, West Asia, East Asia and Pacific, Europe and Central Asia, Latin America & the Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa
    Sector Focus
    Sub-Sector Focus
    Agricultural Inputs / Farm Productivity, Carbon Credits, Energy Efficiency / Emissions Reduction, Green Finance, Renewable Energy