CLIMATE FINANCE CASE STUDIES - Regional Training on Climate Finance in Southeast Asian countries

Case Study Conclusions

Four Important Enabling Elements:

  1. The subsidized power purchase agreement (PPA) and the payment security scheme – which closed the viability gap and reduced the risks.
  2. The longer maturity rate of international debt improved the overall project economics.
  3. Comprehensive warranties by the technology provider reduced potential technology risks for both the developer and the investors.
  4. An experienced and financial strong private developer was able to mobilise the overall project and to also take on a project with low equity returns to become a first-mover in this new market.
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Type of publication
Document
Objective
Mitigation
Cross-sectoral enabler
Economics and financial decision-making
CTCN Keyword Matches
Small-scale Combined Heat and Power
Guyana
Forest management techniques for mitigation
More efficient train system
Zambia
Solar