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CTI PFAN’s goals are to accelerate technology transfer and diffusion under the UNFCCC, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, promote low-carbon, sustainable economic development, and help facilitate the transition to a low-carbon economy by increasing financing opportunities for promising clean energy projects.

CTI PFAN achieves this by originating technically and commercially viable clean energy and climate change projects, nurturing their development through mentoring provided by networks of in-country financial advisors, entrepreneurs and technical experts and then facilitating investment through its global investor network

CTI PFAN has 10 years of project origination and preparation experience and has developed a project pipeline of over 302 clean energy and climate change projects in developing countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, CIS and Central Asia. It has raised over USD 802 million of private sector financing, representing ca. 590 MW of clean generation capacity and an aggregate annual GHG mitigation potential of over 2.6 million tonnes of CO2 e.

PFAN supported projects increase access to clean and modern energy services, helping reduce poverty and positively impacting sustainable development goals (health, gender equality, education, employment). The CTI PFAN approach also contributes to the establishment and development of local financial and consultancy markets and eco-systems in the countries in which PFAN operates.

Upcoming Events
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Africa Climate Change Programme Stream (ACCPS) Forum – 16 February 2017 (TBC) [Registration starts in January 2017]

The Africa Climate Change Programme Stream (ACCPS) Forum will be held  in Nairobi, Kenya on 16 February 2017 (date to be confirmed).

 

The outline of the Investor Forum is as follows:

The main attraction of ACCPS is the Investor Forum which will showcase investor ready projects from the Sub-Saharan African countries which have been specially groomed through the intensive PFAN project development and preparation process. Each project will make a 15-minute investment pitch presentation to assembled investors and there will be ample networking sessions for investors to interact with project developers. The forum will be run in a business plan competition format with a panel of independent judges choosing the best projects for receipt of the ACCPS Climate Change Financing Awards.

 

The ACCPS is Africa’s premier climate change investment showcase. Participating projects were selected through a rigourous evaluation process having submitted to a call for proposals. Fifteen projects were shortlisted and are receiving dedicated support and assistance from PFAN professional financing advisors to help structure bankable business plans and professional investment pitches. The best projects from this shortlist will present at the ACCPS Investor Forum in February 2017.

 

For interested investors, the online registration will start in January 2017.
Please subscribe by registering your email address at the bottom of this page to allow us to contact you when the registration period starts.

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Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-7) Forum – 10 Febuary 2017 [Registration starts in December 2016]

The 7th Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-7) Forum will be held  in Singapore on 10 February 2017.

 

The outline of the Investor Forum is as follows:

The main attraction of AFCEF-7 is the Investor Forum which will showcase 12 investor ready projects from the Asian region which have been specially groomed through the intensive PFAN project development and preparation process. Each project will make a 15-minute investment pitch presentation to assembled investors and there will be ample networking sessions for investors to interact with project developers. The forum will be run in a business plan competition format with a panel of independent judges choosing the best projects for receipt of the AFCEF-7 Clean Energy Financing Awards.

 

The Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-7) is Asia’s premier clean energy investment showcase. Participating projects were selected through a rigourous evaluation process having submitted to a call for proposals. Twenty projects were shortlisted and are receiving dedicated support and assistance from PFAN professional financing advisors to help structure bankable business plans and professional investment pitches. The 12 best projects from this shortlist will present at the AFCEF-7 Investor Forum in February 2017.

 

For interested investors, the online registration will start in December 2016.
Please subscribe by registering your email address at the bottom of this page to allow us to contact you when the registration period starts.