The CTI Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) identifies promising clean energy projects at an early stage and provides mentoring for development of a business plan, investment pitch, and growth strategy, significantly enhancing the possibility of financial closure.
Over 222 clean energy projects have been inducted into the CTI PFAN Project Development Pipeline. These projects include biogas, biomass, waste to energy, clean transport, wind, solar, small hydro and energy efficiency initiatives. Successfully 44 projects have achieved financial closure with over US$540 million of investment raised. Combined, these projects have the potential to mitigate over 2 million tons of CO2e per year and provide over 346 MW of Clean Generation Capacity.
What does the CTI Private Financing Advisory Network do?
CTI PFAN screens business plans, selects the most economically viable and environmentally beneficial projects, and provides extensive coaching and guidance before projects are presented to investors at Clean Energy Financing Forums hosted across Asia, Latin America and Africa.
Who is involved in PFAN?
CTI PFAN is a multilateral, public-private partnership initiated by CTI in cooperation with the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Expert Group on Technology Transfer. CTI PFAN develops partnerships in each new country in order to build and expand a local in-country presence for CTI PFAN and the services it offers. For more information on CTI PFAN partners, please visit ourpartners page.
Where does the Private Financing Advisory Network operate?
Since starting operations in 2006, CTI PFAN has developed regional networks covering Latin America, Asia, Africa and CIS as well as in-country networks of developers and investors. Please visit ourevents pagefor more detailed information.