CTI side event at UNFCCC Forty-fourth meeting of the Subsidiary Bodies – SB44 Bonn, Germany May 26, 2016
The Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) held a side event at the 44th UNFCCC Subsidiary Body Intercessional Meetings at the World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany on 26 May 2016. The event, entitled “CTI PFAN – Filling the Financing Gap,” will be organized by the International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT).
At the event, CTI PFAN reported on its recent successes in mobilising private sector financing, highlighting some of its recent projects in Africa and Asia and discussing some of the challenges and opportunities facing its efforts to scale up financing for low carbon and climate resilient projects.
13:15 – Welcome and Introduction to CTI and CTI PFAN
Michael Rantil, CTI PFAN Manager / Swedish Energy Agency
13:25 – Keynote Address – Why is PFAN important and how can it make a difference
Russell Miles, Director Adaptation & Mechanisms Section, Environment & Climate Branch of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade
13:35 – Practical experience from the field – a view from Senegal
Elhadji Mbaye Diagne, Africa Lead Coordinator “Markets” / Member of the Senegalese National CC Committee
13:45 – Where does PFAN go from here? Briefing on current activities and plans for future scale up
Peter Storey, CTI PFAN Global Coordinator
14:00 – Q&A / Discussion moderated by Michael Rantil
- Presentation: Introduction to CTI and CTI PFAN by Michael Rantil and Review of Activities & Briefing on Future Developments by Peter Storey