CEADIR Series: Scaling up Private Financing

USAID’s Climate Economic Analysis for Development, Investment and Resilience (CEADIR) project hosts a monthly discussion series, Navigating the Climate Economy: Investing for Growth and Resilience.
 
This CEADIR discussion highlights the trends in private sector financing of international climate and energy initiatives with a focus on the significant increases in capital going to developing countries over the past five years. Featured speakers include Stephen Munro, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, (BNEF) and Dr. Allen Eisendrath, USAID, with CEADIR Chief of Party Dr. Marcia Trump as moderator.
 
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) will present its seminal work conducting global analyses of private clean energy capital flows from its Climatescope projects. Climatescope conducts country-by-country assessments to analyze the sources and growth of such investments throughout Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America and the Caribbean. USAID will discuss scaling up clean energy and how investors respond to these clean energy opportunities.
 
Download presentation: https://ceadirseries.adobeconnect.com/march2015_presentation/
 
Check out upcoming CEADIR discussions: https://ceadirseries.adobeconnect.com/admin/show-event-catalog
 

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Sectors
Energy, Adaptation
Strategic Objective
Mitigation
Topics
Private Sector Engagement, Mitigation, Climate Finance, Clean Energy, Adaptation
Region
Latin America & Caribbean, Asia, Africa

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