This guidebook addresses the challenge of accessing international financing for mitigation actions in developing countries. It is intended to assist developing countries in speeding up the transfer, deployment, and diffusion of mitigation technologies, enabling to contribute to climate change mitigation and reduce climate change impacts while pursuing national development goals.
This guidebook provides information to help Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) countries better identify and access financial resources for the mitigation activities included in their national Technology Action Plans (TAPs).
This guidebook covers both mitigation ‘projects’ (such as a wind farm or a solar PV generation facility) and ‘programmes’ (such as a credit line for financing energy efficiency projects in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), or bulk procurement and distribution of compact fluorescent lamps to households).
The primary emphasis is on multilateral and bilateral sources of financing but the guidebook also includes an overview of private funding sources and public-private partnerships (PPPs).
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Low Carbon Development
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