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Abstract

Summary

The goal of this abstract is not to provide a one-size-fits-all approach to financing renewable energy projects, but instead to showcase a roadmap template of options that can help bring to life a physical asset from an idea. This abstract will provide suggestions for financing options from conception through to Capital Expenditure (CapEx) completion and on to Operational Expenditures (OpEx). The path starts with de-risking the project/ investment. And leveraging risk-mitigation instruments is key to mobilizing the commercial finance necessary to scale and replicate RE solutions. Applying a life-cycle lens to project development facilitates the identification of the interactions and enabling factors that result in the reinforcing feedbacks necessary to drive RE projects outcomes, results, and sustainable service delivery.

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2020-12-07
2021-09-21
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References

  1. OECD’s publication
    OECD’s publication“Making Blended Finance Work for the Sustainable Development Goals.”https://ppp.worldbank.org/public-private-partnership/sector/energy/energy-power-agreements/power-purchase-agreements
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