GLOBE EU, in association with GLOBE International and the climate change think tank E3G, invites you to participate in the forthcoming event “Boosting the clean energy infrastructure pipeline 2020-2030 – the role of National Capital Raising Plans”.
Update: Our webinar follow up will take place Next Thursday 6th October at 10am BST (11am Europe) and last 45 minutes.
Do read our event report blog Clean energy infrastructure: Raising the capital ahead of time – or see the presentations from the event at the top of this page.
National Energy and Climate Plans represent an important opportunity to generate investor confidence in Member States’ plans to develop and finance energy infrastructure. While around €200bn per year needs to be mobilised between 2020 and 2030 to meet the EU’s climate and energy targets, its clean energy investments amounted to just €34.3bn in 2015.
The event aims to set out how a strategic approach to financing – through developing National Capital Raising Plans – can help Member States meet both their energy infrastructure needs and climate and energy targets.
Similar financing strategies are currently under development in Chile and Mexico where inovative lessons can be drawn for the EU context to boost investments in clean energy infrastructure in Member States.
- Opening remarks, Sirpa Pietikäinen MEP, GLOBE EU President
- Considerations for National Financing Strategies, the experience from Chile and Mexico, Gabriela Moya, Senior Policy Advisor, E3G
- Innovation in public-private financing instruments – the role of the EIB and of EFSI in boosting clean energy investment in 2030, EIB
- National Capital raising plans- Finance sector perspective, Kajetan Czyz, Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition
- Facilitated discussion, moderator, Ingrid Holmes, Director E3G
- Closing remarks, Malini Mehra FRSA, GLOBE International CEO
Wednesday August 31
To register, please send your name, date of birth, nationality, and passport or ID card number to email@example.com no later than August 29.
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