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East Africa’s transition process toward renewable energy (RE) sources is essential for the region’s overall development. The project’s objective is to achieve the diversification of energy sources in a technically, economically, and financially viable manner.

Sub-Saharan Africa is facing increasing supply constraints both due to countries’ rapidly increasing electricity demand and the impact of climate change on rainfall patterns and the availability of water resources. Due to their significant potential, renewable energy could play an important role in the power generation mix.

The objective of the Municipal Infrastructure Development Fund (MIDF) is to provide financing to creditworthy municipalities, municipality-owned utilities and companies as well as private sector operators involved in concessions or public private partnerships, registered and operating in the Western Balkans for the development of new municipal infrastructure, rehabilitation

Ethiopia and Nepal are among those regions where the effects of climate change are severe and increasingly noticeable, for example by flooding and/or droughts. About 80% of the population in both countries live in rural areas and are dependent on the agriculture sector for survival.

The Green for Growth Fund Southeast Europe (GGF) provides Megabank, Ukraine with a credit line for financing energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RE) investments to Ukrainian Micro, SME and Corporate clients.

The Balkans Renewable Energy Program (BREP) is International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) regional programme for promotion of renewable energy (RE) projects in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Federal Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Objective of the programme is to provide assistance to participating countries’ government (e.g. ministries) and financial (e.g.

The Malaysian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is developing a National Framework on REDD+ that includes the policy, legal and institutional components for REDD+ as well as providing recommendations on a sustainable financing mechanism for REDD+ implementation to be endorsed by the National Committee on REDD+.

The consequences of extreme climatic events such as droughts and floods pose an increasing threat to rural and peri-urban communities of Peru and Colombia.

The Mid-size Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (MidSEFF) was launched in January 2011 in order to reduce Turkey’s dependence on fossil fuels by supporting investments in Renewable Energy (RE) and Energy Effiency (EE) projects to increase energy savings and reduce carbon emissions.

The Agence Francaise de Developpement (AFD) places a major focus of their operations in Indonesia on climate change. Besides traditional project finance, the AFD is supporting Indonesia’s climate policy through sectorial budgetary loans, credit lines dedicated to low carbon projects and technical assistance.