ADFIAP participates in renewable energy finance conference

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On invitation of Peking University’s Institute of New Structural Economics (INSE) and Boston University’s Global Development Policy Center (GDP Center), ADFIAP, represented by its Secretary General, Octavio B. Peralta, participated in a conference on “Opportunities and Risks for Renewable Energy Finance in the Belt and Road Initiative and Beyond” held on June 1, 2018 at the Zhifuxuan Conference Room located at the National School of Development in the Peking University in Beijing, China. The one-day, by-invitation only, event was attended by 30 participants from international multilateral financial institutions and organizations, national development finance institutions, related associations and the academe.

Conference topics covered sharing lessons on incubating renewable energy markets for scaling-up investments, identifying and mitigating risk in renewable energy finance, and cooperation in financing global renewable energy deployment. Mr. Peralta presented renewable energy finance case studies of ADFIAP members, their risk mitigation approaches, and their collaborative programmes in promoting and delivering renewable energy finance in their respective countries.

INSE aims to promote in-depth research and application of new structural economics, forging a platform to lead internationally theoretic research in new development ideas, to offer policy advice, and to provide educational programs.

The GDP Center’s http://www.bu.edu/gdp/ mission is to advance policy-oriented research for financial stability, human well-being, and environmental sustainability across the globe.

Addressing Financial Market Deficiency in the Renewable Energy Investments

Panel Two: Risk Identification and Mitigation: Instruments and Cases

Panel Three: Market Incubation and Co-Financing: Scaling up Renewable Energy Investments

Panel Four: Cooperation – To what extent does your bank collaborate and coordinate with others (including other development financing institutions, institutions investors, private capital, commercial banks) in the BRI and SSA region, what opportunities are there for furthering cooperation?

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