This policy brief analyses the key drivers behind the adoption of solar pumping technology and brings to the forefront the cross-sector aspects that the authors argue should be considered in program design and implementation.
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The International Geothermal Association (IGA), founded in 1988, is a scientific, educational and cultural organization. As of 2016, the IGA has more than 5,000 members in over 65 countries.
The Poor People's Energy Outlook series, which launched in 2010, is intended to “shine a light on energy access from the perspectives of the poor.” The series challenges the energy sector's focus on energy resources, supply and large scale infrastructure projects, emphasizing instead energy serv
The Solar for All Initiative brings together the world's leading organizations working to solve the problems of energy access for developing countries, with a particular focus on solar photovoltaic solutions.
This study seeks to make the case for addressing the divide between poverty reduction and climate change and to highlight the need for systematic linkages between poverty reduction and future global efforts related to mitigation and adaptation.
This paper aims to provide policymakers with evidence-based guidance from private sector financiers involved in renewable energy investments in developing countries.
This report examines the gap between access to modern energy and small-scale finance, and it focuses on the role of governments in bridging the gap.
The second of the Capacity for Development for the Clean Development Mechanism (CD4CDM) perspectives series, this collection of 13 papers aims to address the question of how to reform the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in a post-2012 climate regime.
This report showcases a methodology to evaluate the performance of different public finance mechanisms and their suitability for replication in other applications, policy contexts, and geographies across the clean energy continuum.
This report discusses how access for investment finance and demand for energy products can be increased, taking into account perspectives of banks, microfinance institutions, savings and credit cooperatives, and informal lending organizations.