Estimating Publicly-Mobilised Private Finance for Climate Action A South African Case Study

This study estimates and analyses publicly-mobilised private finance for climate action in South Africa, between 2010 and 2015. The mobilisation effect of public climate finance on private finance is first estimated through an analysis and attribution of project-level co-finance data. A pilot-method...

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Main Author: McNicoll, Lauren
Other Authors: Jachnik, Raphaël, Montmasson-Clair, Gaylor, Mudombi, Shakespear
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Paris OECD Publishing 2017
Series:OECD Environment Working Papers
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Collection: OECD Books and Papers - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:This study estimates and analyses publicly-mobilised private finance for climate action in South Africa, between 2010 and 2015. The mobilisation effect of public climate finance on private finance is first estimated through an analysis and attribution of project-level co-finance data. A pilot-methodology (the investor perspective) then expands the analysis to also incorporate the mobilisation effect of financial support provided by South African policies in two sectors: renewable energy and energy efficiency. Results suggest that, in the South African context, domestic public actors play the major mobilisation role by providing support through targeted policies, and to a lesser extent by committing project-level co-finance
Physical Description:90 p