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PFAN Clean Energy and Climate Investment Forum

On the 10th of May 2017, the Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) will hold a Clean Energy and Climate Investment Forum in Vienna, in conjunction with the Vienna Energy Forum. During this event, promising clean energy projects will be presented to an audience of investors, project developers and other interested stakeholders. The event also marks the launch of PFAN 2.0 under new UNIDO/REEEP hosting: PFAN will formally unveil its new governance and hosting structure and announce its plans for scaling its operations and accessing wholesale capital markets.

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CTI PFAN Call for Proposals: Project Development and Financing Initiative in India

The Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) is now accepting proposals from India for participation in the Project Development and Financing Initiative. This PFAN India initiative will present promising clean energy projects from India to interested investors. The initiative actively seeks renewable energy and energy efficiency projects that are financially viable, socially responsible and environmentally beneficial.

Press Release: REEEP and PFAN Side Event at COP22: Experts stress crucial importance of financing for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in ensuring success of the Paris Agreement

The Panel at the SME financing for NDCs side event

At the 22nd Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), a panel of experts discussed how innovative financing solutions and closer stakeholder engagement can help developing countries reach and exceed the targets set in their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the 2015 Paris Agreement, and how to ensure small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a meaningful and central role in this effort. The panel included high-level representatives from the public and private sector.

COP22 Africa Pavilion Event: Accelerating Investment for Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Projects in Africa

This side event, organised by the Private Finance Action Network (PFAN) with the participation of REEEP in its function as PFAN executing partner, represents an opportunity for thought leaders to exchange views and experience on issues pertaining to facilitating investment in low carbon, climate resilient projects and businesses in Africa. The discussion will focus on ways and means to scale up efforts in meeting the climate commitments of the countries in the region. Key stakeholders – policy makers, financiers, as well as representatives from international organizations – will interact on salient issues around delivering technical assistance combined with appropriate financing to foster climate technologies deployment.

COP22 Side Event Accelerating Investment Low Carbon Climate Resilience Africa

COP22 Side Event: NDC-driven SME Climate Finance Pathways for Developing Countries

REEEP, in cooperation with ICETT and PFAN, will be organising a side event at COP22 in Marrakech about finance pathways for SMEs in developing countries. SMEs make up an overwhelming share of many developing country economies, and are vital to creating inclusive and sustainable development. Yet SMEs are underrepresented in climate and development financing schemes. The session will discuss ways to mainstream SMEs into NDC-led climate finance schemes.

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PFAN Passes $1 Billion Mark in Clean Energy Financing

The Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN), a clean energy financing advisory group, has announced that it has passed the $ 1 billion mark in total financing raised for clean energy projects in developing countries. The multilateral public-private partnership, currently transitioning to a new governance and hosting arrangement within the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and REEEP, has now raised total financing of $1.2 billion.

Sweden opens first financing round of €20m off-grid electrification fund for Zambia

The Government of Sweden and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) announced today the opening of the first financing round of the Power Africa: Beyond the Grid Fund for Zambia. The €20m Fund aims to bring modern clean energy access to one million Zambians and jump-start the country’s burgeoning markets for energy services. The Fund will directly support private enterprises in the off-grid energy space through an innovative new results-based financing approach.

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