Access four checklists including: (1) Financing for Corporate Finance: Bank Debt, Private Equity; (2) Impact Investment Information, (3) Project Finance, and (4) Venture Capital.
Securing Financing and Mobilizing Investment
This presentation was given at the Asia Clean Energy Forum in June 2015 in Manila, Philippines. It presents an introduction to Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) in Asia, its roles, key activities and services, and benefits of becoming part of PFAN. PFAN-Asia works in 12 Southeast and South Asian countries. PFAN is a network of investors, entrepreneurs, and advisors who are active in developing and financing clean energy projects and companies. It also provides services including match-making, mentoring, and transaction-level support.
This webinar presents the findings of LECB Programme commission study on the barriers for LEDS and NAMA Implementation and how to establish enabling environments to encourage private sector involvement.
This guidebook aims to assist countries in designing and establishing a National Climate Fund. It leverages UNDP’s experience with funds at the global, regional, national and sub-national levels and shares lessons learned about designing and administering national climate funds. It also highlights meaningful stakeholder engagement throughout the design process.
This presentation was shared in the Asia LEDS Forum 2013 during October 1-4, 2013 in Manila, the Philippines. It includes an overview of climate finance, including conditions to attract investment, case studies, lessons learned, and how to leverage the private sector.
Date of Delivery: Mar 15, 2016 – Apr 05, 2016
This e-Learning course compiles knowledge and lessons learned during the design and implementation of investment plans funded through the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Clean Technology Fund (CTF) and the Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program in Low Income Countries (SREP). The main objective of this course is to equips policymakers with knowledge to draft a low emissions investment plan by: preparing an overall investment strategy to achieve national goals related to climate change and energy security; launching a national dialogue to shape the plan and ensure public participation; scoping and prioritizing specific investments to meet those objectives, focusing on sectoral issues (energy, transport, industry); selecting and setting up the appropriate financial instruments; Involving the private sector to scale-up action; undertaking the appropriate underlying technical, economic and financial analyses; and managing results, monitoring and evaluation.
This course features guidance of an expert facilitator to lead participants through lessons and moderate the ‘peer discussion forum’ where participants interact to share knowledge. Facilitated courses are delivered twice annually and also issue e-Certificate upon its successful completion.
This e-Learning course provides an overview of the critical concepts of climate finance as well as tangible best practices for scaling-up international climate finance to address mitigation and adaptation activities in developing countries. This course is organized into 2 Modules. Module 1 offers an introduction and interpretation of climate finance and familiarizes participants with the landscape of climate finance. Module 2 reviews the risks and barriers to private investment in climate finance, and introduces critical concepts in accessing, operationalizing and managing climate finance from both the public and private sectors. Both modules provide a solid foundation in order to apply knowledge in planning monitoring and evaluation of climate finance.
Note: The training is also offered as a facilitated course twice annually with e-Certificates issued upon successful completion. The facilitated version features guidance of an expert facilitator to lead participants through lessons and moderate the ‘peer discussion forum’ where participants interact to share knowledge. Please visit the World Bank’s Open Learning Campus for more information.