DFID commissioned this study for a better understanding of what
international support already exists in Low- and Middle- Income
Countries on clean technology. Clean technology is defined as the
technology with minimal or zero carbon emission during the production of
energy, and includes wind, solar, hydro, tidal and geothermal energy.
This report details the findings of Policies, Programmes and
Disbursements from a desktop study and consultation with major funding
bodies. The report provides information on funding by multilateral
banks, multilateral donors including OECD DAC, regional development
banks and private sector.
This resource was produced by TI-UP – a DFID-funded resource centre for
technology, infrastructure and urban planning, managed by IMC Worldwide
Upadhyay, D; Fuentes, M.; Gunning, R.; Cook, S.; Seed, G.; Charters, A. Financing major clean technologies. Final report, 22 July 2009. TI-UP Resource Centre, London, UK (2009) 57 pp.