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Feasibility Study on Access to Financing for RE Appliance for Rural Poor in Cambodia

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Feasibility Study on Access to Financing for RE Appliance for Rural Poor in Cambodia

VisionFund Cambodia, under the frame of the UNEP Climate Finance Innovation Facility, commissioned Frankfurt School of Finance & Management to conduct a detailed feasibility study on access to financing for RE appliance for rural poor in Cambodia. The purpose of this feasibility study was to assess the target market characteristics in terms of market potential and client/future client preferences, and help VisionFund Cambodia to understand how its abilities can be synchronised with market requirements. Additionally, the study aimed to assess the feasibility of RE lending products and more closely estimate the Renewable Energy –in particular solar energy– lending potential. The scope of the study focused all 12 branches and its 17 operating provinces of VisionFund Cambodia.

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Author: 
Jan G. Andreas, Alicia Rondón-Krummheuer, Indrani Hettiarachchy, Tobias Panofen
Release date: 
October, 2011
Number of pages: 
74
Type: 
Feasibility Study
File size:
1.66 MB