Financing major investments in energy efficiency projects is a challenge for all sectors of the economy. Vast cost savings are failing to be realised due to limited technical expertise in identifying energy efficiency opportunities combined with inadequate financial knowhow and restricted access to capital.
The International Energy Agency has identified four critical factors to guide policy makers in realising these savings opportunities by creating the enabling environment for a range of partnerships with the private sector where capital, and technical and financing skills are readily available.Link to resource
Sectors: Cross cutting, ESCO, Finance
Country / Region: GlobalTags: access to capital, agencies, economic capital, economic cost, enabling environment, energy, energy efficiency, partnerships, private sector, projects
Knowledge Object: Publication / Report
Published by: IEA
Publishing year: 2017