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Effective Private Financing Approaches and Equity Financial Instruments for Low-Carbon Energy Investment: ADB Experiences

  • Lingshui MoEmail author
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Abstract

Public sector will need to leverage private capital for meeting the financing needs of low-carbon energy transformation under the Paris Agreement. This chapter examines the approaches and financial instruments that Asian Development Bank (ADB) applies to leverage private finance for clean energy investment. This chapter analyzes the effectiveness of each approaches/financial instruments. The chapter highlights some initial experience and draws recommendations for public sector to better mobilize private capital.

Keywords

Climate finance Clean energy investment Private finance Public financial instruments 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Asian Development BankManilaPhilippines

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