Blended Finance to Mobilise Private Capital for Clean Energy

25 June 2021
June 25, 2021 at 12:00pm - 1pm

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to our side event on Blended Finance to Mobilise Private Capital for Clean Energy, held during the UN HLD Thematic Session on Finance and Investment, on 25 June 2021 12:00-13:00 CEST (6:00-7:00 EDT).

The theme report on Finance and Investment prepared for the UN High Level Dialogue on Energy, identified as one of its recommendations the need to “Make better use of blended finance schemes to mobilise and maximize private capital for clean energy investments and innovative energy technologies”. It highlighted the potential to attract trillions in clean energy investments by “scaling the use of blended finance mechanisms and de-risking instruments coupled with commercial financing, multilateral portfolio guarantees and result-based financing”.

This side event will explore the potential to develop an Energy Compact on Blended Finance, providing countries, development finance actors and investors an opportunity to highlight lessons learned from establishing blended finance mechanisms in the clean energy sector. The event will also aim to identify where further opportunities exist to use limited development assistance to mobilise clean energy investments and how different stakeholders can enhance collaboration to catalyse investments.



·         Panel discussion and Q&A

·         Introduction and welcome

Cecilia Tam, Team Leader Clean Energy Finance and investment Mobilisation, OECD

·         Blended Finance recommendation in Finance and Investment theme report

Matthias Woitok, Head of Structured Products, EIB

·         Mobilising international institutional capital for clean energy

Torben Möger Pedersen, CEO, Pension Danmark

·         Clean energy development under the SDG Indonesia One blended finance platform

Mohammad Ghozie Indra Dalel, Director of Project Development and Consultation Services, PT SMI

·         Gender responsive blended finance incentives can enhance resource mobilisation for clean energy and improve equality

Connie Tulus, Climate Finance Investment Team, Global Affairs Canada

·         Lessons learned from Africa in mobilising private capital for clean energy

Muhammed Sayed, Specialist, Climate Finance Unit, Development Bank of South Africa

·         Applying the OECD Blended Finance guidance to the clean energy sector

Haje Schutte, Head of Financing for Sustainable Development Division, OECD


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Time: 25 June, 2021 12:00-13:00 CEST (6:00-7:00 EDT)

Topic: Blended Finance to Mobilise Private Capital for Clean Energy

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