Innovating for impact
We manage multiple investment platforms aimed at financing innovative solutions to address climate change and deliver positive impact in emerging markets. Read more about them below.
REPP (Renewable Energy Performance Platform) provides catalytic finance to renewable energy projects and developers in Sub-Saharan Africa and is funded by the UK Government.
Since its inception in 2015, REPP has become a leading investor in the market for small to medium-sized grid-tied and distributed renewable energy projects.
Spark finances energy efficiency and captive solar projects in Sub-Saharan Africa’s commercial and industrial (C&I) sector, building a diversified and well-structured portfolio of clean energy projects across Africa with a strong ESG profile.
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is a multi-billion US dollar fund established by the UN to help developing countries adapt to and mitigate the impact of climate change.
As an accredited entity, Camco is able to deploy funding from the GCF for private sector projects and programmes.
CRAF (Credit Risk Abatement Facility) mobilises finance into Caribbean small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. It does this by providing credit risk guarantees and targeted technical assistance.
Camco supported the development of CRAF from 2018-2021.
TIDES is a blended finance platform for the Pacific aimed at providing flexible financing to local renewable energy developers with the goal of catalysing investment in zero-emissions projects across the full range of sizes, from mini-grids to large grid-connected systems.
MW operational renewable
people connected to energy for the first time
increase in C&I demand by 2040
reductions possible in customer electricity cost
total GCF financing committed.
anticipated tonnes CO2 equivalent avoided
Figures are in relation to all GCF-funded projects through all Accredited Entities
funding for guarantees
funding for technical assistance
countries + development banks actively involved
market development facility
new jobs created for women
new jobs created