Catavento publishes Facsheet #17 about finance for the energy transition

March 2024


After almost a decade of discussing what is needed to reduce emissions to put the world on track with a 1.5°C trajectory, it is believed that at least 80% of the emissions reductions needed by 2030 could be achieved with known technologies such as renewables, improving energy efficiency, increasing electrification, and cutting methane emissions. To unleash climate action and key technologies, providing financing for the energy transition at scale and at the adequate pace will be crucial. Urgent actions include increasing private sector participation in global energy transition financing flows, revising the role of multilateral institutions and reducing the cost of capital, especially in emerging markets and developing economies.

More information on this theme can be found on the factsheet available here and below.

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