The emerging Asia-focused firm will conduct a full feasibility study to help facilitate project development under a PPP model in the future.
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Non-EU Europe and South Asia were two of the regions that benefitted most from DFI green energy investment in 2015.
The investment, the first by either party in the country’s power sector, aims to help the company extend its reach to other clean energy sectors.
IFC affiliates and two fund managers have backed the developer as it seeks to expand the Africa joint venture it launched last year alongside Actis.
The two development banks each committed $100m for a combined 33.4% stake in Turkey’s AkfenRE.
The Global Impact Investment Network has researched how clean energy investors measure the impact of their investments.
The Manila-based lender will provide financing to help an Indian developer build a 1GW portfolio.
The new multilateral bank is working hard to make Hong Kong a member so it can leverage its financial position to help raise funds.
Japan’s development agency will provide an initial $1.5bn in equity, while ADB will manage the fund, which has a renewables and energy efficiency remit.
The 1.2GW project is billed as the largest investment in northern Scotland’s power network since the 1950s.