Category 4 Tools
Create enabling measures to mobilize clean energy investments through risk mitigation instruments, capacity building, new business models and project development.
Governments should implement a sound and profitable marketplace for clean energy, for example elements for scaling such as aggregation of infrastructure assets and the creation of funds and bonds.
Alignment of investment criteria by private investors should be considered in order to facilitate access to capital by emerging and developing countries with less capital market capacity.
The incentives for MDBs and private investors to focus on energy infrastructure deals in emerging and developing markets and bringing them to investment grade should be reviewed.
Matchmaking and partnership platforms should be supported to stimulate the interaction between project owners and investors, and to stimulate the creation of a market.
Emerging and developing markets should actively explore blended models of combined public and private finance, where the public finance is focused towards reducing project and investment risk.
Example of tools
Implement a sound and profitable marketplace for clean energy
Alignment of investment criteria by private investors to facilitate access to capital by emerging and developing countries
Incentives for MDBs and private investors to focus on energy infrastructure.
Support matchmaking and partnership platforms
Focus public finance on reducing risk for private finance