How USAID, DFC, and MCC finance clean energy in developing countries
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Expanding access to clean energy saves lives, improves livelihoods, fuels economic growth, and mitigates the impact of climate change. Despite these benefits, financing for clean energy in developing countries is often deemed “too risky” for investment.
Join the ICF Climate Center for this on-demand webinar about the federal government’s approach to mobilizing clean energy finance in developing countries. You'll hear from senior officials from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), and Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).
Learn more about:
- How key U.S. development agencies are leveraging finance to expand access to clean energy in developing countries
- Best practices for mobilizing finance for clean energy projects
- Key examples of clean energy projects brought to market by leveraging finance
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