Rolling out renewables in the Global South: A developer perspective

Dec 12, 2023

This report is Part 1 of a three-year research project to consider clean energy investment in the Global South through a developer lens, complementing current thinking on both green finance and the just transition. The 2023 report establishes a baseline of the issues and tests developers’ attitudes to achieving projects at scale. Following engagement at COP28 and beyond, the project will be guided by stakeholders to determine the next phase of work, forming practical proposals to create the next generation of clean energy champions.

Publication details
Theme(s)
Net zero & sustainable development
Type(s)
Report
Author(s)
Fankhauser, Sam Hepburn, Cameron
Year(s)
2023

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