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June 2018
Climate Policy Initiative (CPI)
The Addressing Off-Taker Risk in Renewable Projects in India: A Framework for Designing a Payment Security Mechanism as a Credit Enhancement Device technical paper presents a payment security mechanism that aims to enhance the credit quality of renewable energy projects in India by providing protection against defaults/delays in payment obligations due towards a project.
February 2018
Climate Policy Initiative (CPI), Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
This paper Scaling up Rooftop Solar Power in India: The Potential of Solar Municipal Bonds proposes the use of municipal bonds to support the scale-up of rooftop solar in India, and details how such bonds could be designed and implemented.
January 2018
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Climate Policy Initiative (CPI)

The landscape of renewable energy finance has evolved rapidly. Since 2012, renewable power capacity installations have exceeded non-renewables by a rising margin, representing about 60% of all new power-generating capacity added worldwide in 2016.

December 2015

Physical infrastructure, such as energy, transportation, telecommunications, water, and sanitation systems, can contribute to the sustained growth of a national economy.

November 2015

In recent years, China has grown into a major provider of coal power finance in overseas markets, replacing financing by major development institutions.

October 2015

Few studies examine how technical assistance helps mobilize additional public and private climate finance to help developing countries mitigate and adapt to climate change.

August 2015

This report provides recommendations on the design and distribution of policymakers and development finance institutions' policy and financing tools to enable fast and cost-effective deployment of geothermal in developing countries.

August 2015

Climate change has financial implications for investors – presenting significant portfolio risks as well as new market opportunities.

August 2015

Annual deforestation rates in Brazil’s Amazon fell by almost 80% between 2004 and 2012 due in large part to conservation policies Brazil introduced in 2004.