Southern Africa: Clean Energy Projects Presented to Investors

19 February 2012

Ghana MMA - February 17, 2012

Johannesburg — Ten clean energy projects that could reduce greenhouse gas emissions across Africa by 287,000 metric tons annually, were presented to investors in Johannesburg this week at the CTI PFAN African Forum for Clean Energy Financing. (AFRICEF).

More than 100 financiers, clean energy experts and representatives of financial institutions from across Africa and overseas participated in the Forum, which was organized by the Climate Technology Initiative’s Private Financing Advisory Network (CTI PFAN), a global multilateral initiative dedicated to connecting clean energy businesses with financing and “bridging the gap” between clean energy project developers and investors.


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