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CTI Side Event at UNFCCC COP16 at the US Center – Agenda

CTI PFAN: a public-private sector model for financing technology transfer of clean energy projects in developing countries

Organized by International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT) 

WHERE: The US Center
DATE: Tuesday 7th December 2010
TIME: 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Summary

This event will be a panel presentation where CTI will present the progress of its work on the Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN). The panel presentations will showcase practical experience of financing technology transfer of clean energy projects in developing countries.  The event will review CTI PFAN program and its recent activities leading on from the successful organization of the Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFRICEF) as well as other investor fora, and discuss the scale-up opportunities offered by CTI PFAN program for financing technology transfer in developing countries. Experience will be provided on the panel by selected project developers and/or financiers who benefited from the services provided by PFAN financial consultants to accelerate the acquisition of private finance for their clean energy projects.

3:00 Welcoming Remarks & Introduction
Mr. Bill Breed, Global Climate Change Coordinator, USAID
 3:05 Overview of CTI & Background to CTI PFAN
Mr. Michael Rantil, CTI Executive Committee Chair
 3:15 Keynote Address
Mr. Phillip Gwage, Retired Assistant Commissioner for Meteorology, Uganda (invited)
3:25 Keynote Address
Ms. Mokgadi Mathekgana
Director of Renewable Energy, Department of Energy, South Africa (invited)
3:35 CTI PFAN Global – what it is and how it works
Mr. Peter Storey, PPL International, CTI PFAN Global Coordinator
4:15 Questions and comments from the audience – moderated by Mr. Breed
4:25 Summary by CTI Executive Committee Chair