Searching with a thematic focus on Low carbon energy in climate change, Climate change, Finance policy, Climate change Finance
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- DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2015The recent emphasis on the provision of modern energy services as an important ingredient for development has improved finance availability for the goal of Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL).Document
Private investment in clean energy, inclusive agribusiness and financial inclusion: evidence of impactEvidence on Demand, 2015This report, commissioned by DFID, seeks to identify what evidence exists that private investments made in clean energy, inclusive agribusiness and financial services lead to good development outcomes for the poor, especially women – with a particular focus on Asia.DocumentInternational Finance Corporation, 2016As a result of the successful United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s (UNFCCC) 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris in December 2015, the international community has committed to limit the level of global warming at or below 2° Celsius.Document
Mobilizing climate investment: the role of international climate finance in creating scaled-up low-carbon energy2013It is estimated that developing countries need US$ 531 billion per year additional investment in energy supply and demand technologies, between now and 2050, in order to limit global temperature rise to two degrees above pre-industrial levels.DocumentClimate Policy Initiative, 2012This paper analyses the challenges for designing Indian national policy to attract investment in wind and solar energy at a reasonable cost. It also examines the impact of national and state policies on various classes of renewable energy investors, as well as the overall relative costs or benefits of policies on the final cost of renewable energy projects.Document
Plugging the energy efficiency gap with climate finance: the role of international financial institutions (IFIs) and the Green Climate Fund to realise the potential of energy efficiency in developing countriesInternational Energy Agency, 2012Energy consumption is growing in developing countries at a great pace and improvements in energy efficiency (EE) could provide opportunity for economic growth while providing broader access to energy and related services even from limited energy resources. This report underlines that moving the developing world towards a low carbon economy requires a scaling up of financing for EE.DocumentOverseas Development Institute, 2012This paper considers what 'counts' as climate change mitigation finance, with reference to the concept of additionality, by reviewing a range of activities that can reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the five sectors that account for the largest share of global GHG accumulation: energy, transport, industry, agriculture and water.OrganisationFrankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance helps to develop cost-effective ways to reduce carbon emissions from energy supply and use by mobilisingDocumentStockholm Environment Institute, 2009The ‘Economics of Climate Change in Rwanda’, funded by DFID and undertaken by the Stockholm Environment Institute together with local partners, has assessed the impacts and economics costs of climate change, the costs and benefits of adaptation and pathways of low carbon growth for Rwanda. This report is set out as follows: Chapter 1 presents the introduction.DocumentCARE International, 2009A contract was signed between the Danish Energy Agency and CARE Danmark on 10 June 2009 to carry out a pre-feasibility study for a CDM Program of Activities (PoA) on improved cook stoves in Northern Ghana.