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Access to renewable energy helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions by decreasing dependence on fossil fuels, particularly coal plants and diesel generators. While the renewable energy sector offers an attractive investment opportunity, there are barriers to investment. 

Through our offices in India and Indonesia, we have significantly influenced government policy related to renewable energy. Our team in India works with the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, the Ministry of Finance, and other policymaker to increase investment to India’s renewable energy targets. We do this through a three-pillar approach: first, understand potential investors and the barriers they face; second, explore policy solutions to these barriers; and third, develop financial instrument solutions to these barriers.

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Global Landscape of Climate Finance 2023

The most comprehensive overview of global climate-related primary investment

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Proposal for a Global Credit Guarantee Facility

A discussion paper that outlines three approaches for a potential Global Credit Guarantee Fund (GCGF) that could significantly lower the cost of capital for renewable energy investment in emerging economies.

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The Net Zero Alignment of Indonesia’s Power Sector Finance

Our latest tracking of Indonesia power sector finance examines renewable energy capacity and financing gaps, as well as opportunities to better align the country’s power sector finance with its NZE 2060 commitment.

Publikasi

Cost of Capital for Renewable Energy Investments in Developing Economies

A credit guarantee facility could help address cost-of-capital issues for renewable energy, allowing countries with high solar potential to significantly increase their installed capacity.

Blog

Futureproofing Indian Public Sector Enterprises (Part 2)

As cost-competitive clean energy sources grow and India commits to global decarbonization, Indian PSEs’ carbon-intensive businesses are likely to face challenges, potentially resulting in losses for the Indian state.

Blog

Climate Finance in Indonesia: A landmark 2022 lays solid foundation for action in 2023

As Indonesia took up the mantle of G20 presidency, 2022 was a particularly momentous year filled with opportunities to examine the country’s climate finance landscape, improve the underpinning regulatory framework, and foster greater global cooperation on ensuring just energy transitions. Here is a reflection of progresses we have achieved in both sustainable finance and energy transition areas last year and a preview of what is underway for 2023.

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