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International Climate Fund Business Case and Intervention Summary: Green Africa Power (GAP)

The UK will provide £98m to capitalise Green Africa Power (GAP) from its International Climate Fund Business Case.

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International Climate Fund Business Case and Intervention Summary: Green Africa Power (GAP)

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An International Climate Fund Business Case and Intervention Summary for Green Africa Power (GAP), a new facility of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) to mobilise investment in renewable energy in Africa Intervention Summary. The UK will provide £98m to capitalise Green Africa Power (GAP), a new company to be established under the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) Trust.

Published 14 January 2013