Asian Development Bank

Catalyzing Green Finance

A large financing need challenges climate-adjusted infrastructure in developing Asia, estimated at $26 trillion till 2030. This necessitates crowding-in private sources to meet financing, efficiency, and technology gaps. However, a lack of bankable projects is a major hurdle. This publication suggests one possible innovative financing approach. The Green Finance Catalyzing Facility (GFCF) proposes a blended finance framework for governments and development entities to better leverage development funds for risk mitigation, generate a pipeline of bankable green infrastructure projects, and directly catalyze private finance. The GFCF provides useful inputs for the current debate on mainstreaming green finance into country financial systems.
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    Anastasia Denisovamembuat kutipan6 bulan yang lalu
    For instance, just channeling grant money to a green project does not make it attractive to other investors, nor does it ensure a design and/or structure that enables revenue streams in the short- and long-term (Box 30).
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