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May 2017
infoDev, World Bank Group

As activity ramps up in climate innovation for developing countries, organisations are finding that attracting quality talent and companies to such efforts are both a key success factor and one of the most intractable challenges in nascent clean tech sectors.

May 2017
infoDev, World Bank Group

The Caribbean Climate Innovation Center was launched in January 2014 to help local companies build their businesses in climate-related sectors. In a region with great vulnerability to climate change—and very high energy costs—new clean technologies hold tremendous promise.

May 2017
infoDev, World Bank Group

In Ghana, the World Bank Group is showing that a business development model that grew out of Silicon Valley can be applied to clean technology business incubation in developing countries.

May 2017
infoDev, World Bank Group

What is the role that connections can play in helping green technology entrepreneurs innovate and scale up in developing countries, so as to inform the design of new public sector programs?

May 2017
infoDev, World Bank Group

The Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) is a clean technology business incubation center established by the World Bank Group’s Climate Technology Program to support Kenya’s green enterprises.

May 2017
infoDev, World Bank Group

Crowdfunding offers a new alternative to address the financing needs of capital-intensive clean technology businesses in developing countries.