CPI supports European policymakers by analyzing their climate finance flows, and providing insight into effective financing of renewable energy and energy efficiency.
CPI has offices in London where both Executive Director David Nelson and Associate Director Angela Falconer are based, managing Energy Finance and Climate Finance work respectively.
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Approaches to assess the additionality of climate investments: Findings from the evaluation of the Climate Public Private Partnership Programme (CP3)
March 27, 2018
As governments and development finance institutions scale up delivery of climate finance commitments, the question of how to measure and ensure additionality becomes increasingly important. This paper presents new methodological approaches for assessing the additionality of climate investments, developed by Climate Policy initiative through ongoing work monitoring and evaluating the Climate Public Private Partnership (CP3).
London, UK, March 19, 2018
On Tuesday 20 March, our Energy Finance executive director, David Nelson, will be discussing the opportunities and risks associated with ...
October 5, 2017
Today we are publishing a working paper on the future design of the energy market as part of a program ...
Financing clean power: a risk-based approach to choosing ownership models and policy & finance instruments
September 4, 2017
This week we publish a working paper setting out a framework for: (i) determining how risks for power investments should ...
August 8, 2017
This week we launch our design for an investment-grade financing vehicle targeted at institutional investors that reduces the cost of ...