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PFAN events at the COP 22 in MarrakeshMarrakesh, Morocco

We are pleased to inform you regarding PFAN’s planned events at the COP 22 in Marrakesh, Morocco. ...more

CTI PFAN Organized the Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-6) – 29 Jan 2016 SingaporeSingapore: January 29, 2016

Ten clean energy projects that could reduce greenhouse gas emissions across Asia by over 900,000 tonnes CO2 e p.a., were presented to investors in Singapore at the CTI PFAN ASIA FORUM FOR CLEAN ENERGY FINANCING (AFCEF-6). More than 90 financiers, clean energy experts and representatives of financial institutions from across Asia and overseas were in attendance. The Forum was organized by Climat ...more

CTI Side Event at UNFCCC COP19Warsaw, Poland: November 14 & 15, 2013

The CTI held two side events relating to its work on the Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) during the UN Climate Change Conference. These events brought together over 50 participants from a broad range of prominent stakeholders including national delegates, private sector, and multilateral organizations for panel discussions. At the first side event, the CTI took the audience inside the CT ...more

CTI PFAN Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-4) WorkshopSingapore: October 30, 2013

CTI PFAN organized a Project Development & Financing Workshop for the short-listed projects participating in this year's CTI PFAN Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-4) business plan competition. The Workshop was designed by CTI PFAN to provide expert inputs to the selected project developers on the development and structuring of their projects and the preparation of bankable business pla ...more

West Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (WAFCEF)Accra, Ghana: October 8, 2013

Ten clean energy projects, that could reduce greenhouse gas emissions across West Africa by approximately one million tones Carbon Dioxide (CO2) equivalent per year, were presented to investors in Accra at the West Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (WAFCEF). More than 80 financiers, clean energy experts and representatives of financial institutions from across Africa and overseas participate ...more

14th CTI Workshop – Complex challenges of making building sector more climate friendlyBerlin, Germany: September 26-27, 2013

Under the title "Dealing with complexity - the role of carbon market instruments, financing and regulation for reducing the global building sector's climate impact" the 14th Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) Workshop was held in Berlin on 26 / 27 September. During the two-day event, policy experts, decision makers, scientists and representatives of financial institutions working on energy effici ...more

West Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (WAFCEF) WorkshopLomé, Togo: July 4, 2013

A Project Development & Financing Workshop was held for the short-listed projects participating in this year's West Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (WAFCEF). The Workshop organized by the Climate Technology Initiative Private Financing Advisory Network (CTI PFAN), the Regional Clean Energy Investment Initiative (RCEII) of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and ECOWAS Reg ...more

CTI Side Event at UNFCCC SB38Bonn, Germany: June 7, 2013

The side event held at the UNFCCC SB38 meetings explored a possible new funding approach and cooperation that are being explored between CTI PFAN and REEEP, that may offer an integrated funding and advisory package. to support the scaling up of clean energy projects across the complete development value chain from concept to implementation and how this approach might be harnessed in support of the ...more

CTI PFAN Financing Forum for Central America and the Caribbean (CEFF-CAC)San Pedro Sula, Honduras: April 25, 2013

The CTI PFAN Clean Energy Financing Forum - Central America and the Caribbean (CEFF-CAC) Business Plan Competition showcased promising clean energy projects in front of the regions’ leading investors. The Forum actively sought innovative clean energy projects that are financially viable, socially responsible and environmentally beneficial. The Forum had 81 participants, including local and interna ...more

CTI PFAN Pilot Programme for Financing Adaptation related ProjectsSub-Saharan Africa

CTI PFAN's Pilot Programme for Financing Adaptation related Climate Change Projects seeks to identify promising projects which have the capability of raising private sector financing. Selected projects will be offered free professional advice on project development and structuring and will be connected with investment through CTI PFAN's global investment networks. ...more

CTI PFAN Capacity Building WorkshopKigali, Rwanda: March 20-21, 2013

Rwanda hosted the CTI PFAN Capacity Building workshop bringing together an array of Energy stakeholders from across East Africa and beyond, including Energy Private Developers, Government, and Investors at the Lemigo Hotel in Kigali. Over ninety (90) participants attended the workshop, including 11 investment and financing institutions and many Energy Private Developers from Rwanda and the rest of ...more

CTI PFAN Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-3)Singapore: February 22, 2013

Singapore - Way for the Next Generation of Clean Energy Projects - Ten clean energy projects that could reduce greenhouse gas emissions across Asia by ca. nearly 1.1 million tonnes CO2 e p.a. year, were presented to investors at the CTI PFAN Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-3). More than 100 financiers, clean energy experts and representatives of financial institutions from across Asia ...more

CTI Side Event at UNFCCC COP18Doha, Qatar: November 26 & 30, 2012

The CTI held two side events relating to its work on CTI PFAN during the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, Qatar. At the first side event, the CTI facilitated in-depth discussion on how adaptation related projects could attract private investment, and at the second event the ideas and proposals for technology deployment were presented in relation to the UNFCCC Climate Technology Center and Net ...more

CTI PFAN Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-3) PD&F WorkshopSingapore: November 9, 2012

CTI PFAN organized a Project Development & Financing Workshop for the short-listed projects participating in this year's CTI PFAN Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFCEF-3).The Workshop was designed by CTI PFAN to provide expert inputs to the selected project developers on the development and structuring of their projects and the preparation of bankable business plans and investor pitches. ...more

13th CTI Workshop Innovations for a Climate Friendly Building SectorBerlin, Germany: October 4-5, 2012

The 13th Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) Workshop focused on “Innovations for a Climate Friendly Building Sector” and aimed at discussing newest trends and developments in the global building sector. Around 60 Decision makers, international experts, representatives from financial institutions and energy efficiency project developers participated in the two-day event and shared innovative ideas ...more

CTI PFAN Africa Workshop for Adaptation FinancingNairobi, Kenya: June 13-14, 2012

Over 80 climate change experts, project developers and investors gathered in Nairobi on 13th and 14th June to launch a new financing initiative of CTI PFAN to mobilise private sector finance for climate change projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. The new initiative will see CTI PFAN expand its scope of activity to target adaptation projects as well as mitigation projects. ...more

CTI side event at UNFCCC Climate Change Talks (SB36)Bonn, Germany May 18, 2012

The Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) held a side event at the UNFCCC, SB36 meetings. The event, entitled “Mobilizing Private Sector Financing for adapting to and mitigating Climate Change while promoting Development using CTI PFAN” was well attended by over 30 participants from a broad range of stakeholders including national delegates, private sector, international organizations, and NGO repre ...more

CTI PFAN Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFRICEF-2)Johannesburg, South Africa: February 16, 2012

Southern and East Africa Lead the Way for the Next Generation of Clean Energy Projects - Ten clean energy projects that could reduce greenhouse gas emissions across Africa by ca. 287,000 metric tonnes a year were presented to investors at the CTI PFAN Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFRICEF-2). More than 100 financiers, clean energy experts and representatives of financial institutions pa ...more

CTI Side Event at UNFCCC COP17Durban, South Africa December 2 & 8, 2011

The CTI held two side events during the UN Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa to review the progress of its work on the Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN), showcasing practical experience of financing technology transfer of clean energy projects in developing countries by leveraging private financing through targeted capacity building interventions. The events highlighted the ...more

CTI PFAN at SEAS Sustainable Energy Investor Forum 2011Singapore: November 2, 2011

CTI PFAN, in collaboration with SEAS (Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore) organized a Sustainable Energy Investor Forum during the Clean Energy Expo Asia held in Singapore. The Forum was sponsored by SEAS under its recently awarded LEAD Grant (by SPRING and IE Singapore) as a key component of SEAS initiatives to spur the development of high quality technologies and projects emerging from ...more

12th CTI Workshop on Climate Policy Challenges and Opportunities for the Building SectorBerlin, Germany: October 14-15, 2011

The 12th Climate Technology Initiative Workshop was hosted in Berlin by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. With a focus on “Climate Policy Challenges and Opportunities for the Building Sector” more than 50 participants from over 20 countries intensively discussed various dimensions of energy efficiency in the building sector including the relevance of ...more

CTI Side Event at UNFCCC SB34Bonn, Germany: June 10, 2011

The Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) held a side event at the UNFCCC, SB34 meetings in Bonn, Germany on 10 June 2011, led by Mr. Elmer Holt, Vice-Chair of the CTI Executive Committee / CTI PFAN Manager. The event, entitled “Mobilizing Private Sector Financing for Technology Transfer,” was well attended by over 30 participants from a broad range of stakeholders. ...more

CTI Side Event at UNFCCC COP16Cancun, Mexico: December 4&7, 2010

The CTI held two side events during the UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico on 4th and 7th December 2010 to review the progress of its work on the Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN), one of the CTI’s successful programmes operating in Latin America, Africa and Asia, and to discuss scale-up opportunities. These events brought together over 65 participants. ...more

11th CTI Workshop on Climate Policy and the Building SectorBerlin, Germany: November 12-13, 2010

Main objective of the Workshop was to provide a forum for decision makers and experts from various countries to share experiences and best-practice policies and measures for the improvement of energetic performance of the building sector. Hosted by the German Federal Ministry of Environment, together with the German Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development, relevant international st ...more

India Clean Energy Investor ForumMumbai, India: October 21, 2010

The 1st CTI PFAN India Clean Energy Investor Forum was held to enable mentored projects to present their investment pitches to local and international investors, and also to promote CTI PFAN India to local stakeholders. The Forum was attended by more than 300 participants including representatives from the local banking sector, investment community, policy makers, consultation groups, clean energy ...more

CTI PFAN Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing (AFRICEF)Johannesburg, South Africa: September 15, 2010

Mozambique, South Africa & Uganda Lead the Way in Africa for the Next Generation of Clean Energy Projects. Nine clean energy projects that could reduce greenhouse gas emissions across Africa by ca. 500,000 metric tons a year, the equivalent of taking 85,000 cars off the road annually, were presented to investors in Johannesburg at the CTI PFAN AFRICA FORUM for CLEAN ENERGY FINANCING (AFRICEF). ...more

China Clean Energy Investor ForumBeijing, China: July 12-13, 2010

The CTI PFAN China Clean Energy Investor Forum showcased high-quality clean energy projects from China in front of some of Asia’s leading investors. More than 180 investors, clean energy experts, and representatives of financial institutions from across the region participated in the event. Twelve clean energy projects that have the potential of reducing China’s greenhouse gas emissions by 1 milli ...more

Indonesia Clean Energy Investor ForumJakarta, Indonesia: July 12-13, 2010

The CTI PFAN Indonesia Clean Energy Investor Forum showcased high-quality clean energy projects from Indonesia in front of some of Asia’s leading investors. More than 200 investors, clean energy experts, and representatives of financial institutions from across the region participated in the forum. Eight clean energy projects with a potential to reduce Indonesia’s carbon emissions by more than 11 ...more

Philippines Clean Energy Investor ForumManila, Philippines: June 21, 2010

Seven clean energy projects with the potential to reduce the country’s carbon emissions by more than 300,000 metric tons per year were presented to investors and financial institutions at the Philippines Clean Energy Investor Forum. More than 300 financiers, clean energy experts and representatives of financial institutions from the Philippines and across Asia participated in the Forum. ...more

CTI Side Event at UNFCCC SB32Bonn, Germany: June 3, 2010

The Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) held a side event at the UNFCCC, SB32 meetings in Bonn, Germany on 3 June 2010, led by Mr. Elmer Holt, Chair of the CTI. The event, entitled “Mobilizing Private Sector Financing for mitigating Climate Change and promoting Development using CTI PFAN,” was well attended by over 25 participants from a broad range of stakeholders. ...more