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Green Banking - Capacity Building for Green Energy and Climate Finance

Participants will gain specific know-how in renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies, as well as appropriate risk evaluation and mitigation schemes. The development of private sector finance instruments for climate change mitigation will be fostered and the readiness to leverage national credit lines with international climate change mitigation schemes will be increased. Knowledge about existing international climate change mitigation funds and the available access opportunities will be disseminated.

January 2015 - January 2022
Global Climate Partnership Fund

As an innovative public-private partnership, GCPF uses public funding to leverage private capital in order to mitigate climate change and drive sustainable growth in developing and emerging markets. GCPF mainly invests through local financial institutions but also directly. GCPF finances projects targeting small and medium-sized businesses and private households, specifically: Energy efficiency projects that reduce projected greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 20% Renewable energy generation projects

January 2009 - January 2023
Innovation Regions for a Just Energy Transition (IKI-JET)

Support and accelerate just energy transitions (JET) away from coal to renewable energy and other sustainable economic activities in the Global South.

April 2022 - July 2026
Strategic exploration of economic mitigation potentials through renewables (ExploRE)

This Project aims to increase private sector investment in Renewable Energy (RE)  and also strengthen economic and social development options through the use of RE for reliable and sustainable energy supply.

November 2018 - June 2025
Decarbonisation of Electricity Generation on Philippine Islands (using Tidal Stream & Solar PV)

Approach to Transformational Change: The project “Philippines – Decarbonisation of Electricity Generation on Philippine Islands – Using Tidal Stream and Solar PV”, will provide both funding (via the financial cooperation (FC) component) and advisory support (via the technical cooperation (TC) component). The FC component will offer long-term concessional loans, rendering the TSE hybrid system investment project viable. The TC component will support the local government in adjusting regulations applicable for TSE, and in the standardisation of processes while supporting the review of existing power supply agreements. The expected impact of this project is that small island grid operators will be able to substitute fossil fuel-based electricity generation through TSE hybrid systems via replicable sustainable private investment projects. These projects will install 50 MW of TSE hybrid systems, and around 100 MWh battery storage in off-grid islands in the Philippines during the lifespan of the project. Additionally, the project expects to catalyse the market for privately financed TSE hybrid investment projects by making financing sources accessible, supporting the establishment of favourable regulatory conditions. Through the long-term concessional loans to be provided by the project, over EUR 160 million are expected to be leveraged from the public and private sectors.

January 2022 - January 2023
Green Youth labs: Training program for innovation and a socially equitable energy transition (GreenYOU)

Viet Nam is severely affected by the impacts of climate change. At the same time, due to its rapidly growing economy, the country is faced with the decision of how it will meet its increasing energy de-mand. The project uses a two-stage training programme to educate young professionals to become "climate ambassadors" who advocate for low-carbon production and climate-friendly use of energy in the Vietnamese society. Through this, young people's awareness and skills to contribute to a socially just energy transition and sustainable end-use of energy will be strengthened. In a Youth Innovation Challenge, young people can submit proposals for model projects in their hometowns. Ten of these ideas are implemented each year. In addition, young people engage with politicians and business leaders as well as the climate movement and experts in Germany to enhance their voice in society and contribute with their own ideas to the transition to a low-carbon development model.

January 2021 - January 2024
Cultivation of energy plants on set-aside mining sites in Viet Nam - pilot project II

In Viet Nam, much of the soil on former mining sites is contaminated and no longer usable for the cultivation of food crops. However, these locations do offer potential as sites for the cultivation of eco-friendly energy crops. The project highlighted the feasibility of this innovative approach to climate action by trialling and analysing selected plant species across two vegetation periods. With these additional areas of cultivation, the project also aimed to negate and bypass competition between food crops and energy crops. At the same time, this expansion of energy crop cultivation provided local populations with a climate-friendly income source. Lastly, the project was also fostering improvements to the economic and legal framework for the cultivation of energy crops in Viet Nam.

January 2020 - January 2022
SHIFT - Shifting Investment Flows Towards Green Transformation - scoping mission

From venture capital supporting climate and nature tech solutions, to banks funding major renewables projects, we want our world-leading financial services sector to drive every step of the global transition

January 2022 - January 2023
Project Development Programme (PDP) within the German Energy Solutions Initiative of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) (Phase IV)

The Project Development Programme (PDP) assists German companies which are seeking to enter emerging and developing countries. The markets there are dynamic and very promising but they also present companies with new challenges, such as political instability, difficult access to finance or a shortage of skilled professionals.

GIZ runs the PDP as part of the  German Energy Solutions Initiative on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). The activities are currently concentrated in 16 countries in South-East Asia, south Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East.

January 2015 - December 2023
Green Cooling Initiatives III

The project aims to strengthen the capacity of public and private actors for the green cooling approach and thereby support the transformation towards climate-friendly technologies in their countries and globally.

August 2021 - July 2024