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The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments
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The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments

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Presented by Samuel Tumiwa, Senior Energy Specialist, Regional and Sustainable Development Department, Asian Development Bank

Presented by Samuel Tumiwa, Senior Energy Specialist, Regional and Sustainable Development Department, Asian Development Bank

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  • 1. Forum on Sustainable Energy, Good Governance and Electricity Regulation The Need for an Effective Regulatory Regime: The Case for Increasing Clean Energy Investments 18 March 2008 Center for Asia and Globalization Samuel Tumiwa Senior Energy Specialist Regional and Sustainable Development Department
  • 2. Developing Asia’s Share in Global CO 2 Emissions from Energy Consumption 2005 Actual 2030 (Projection) Rest of the World 71% 42% Developing Asia 29% Rest of the World 58%
  • 3.  
  • 4.  
  • 5.
    • Corporate Investment
    • Debt Finance
    • Equity Finance
    • Domestic Capital
    • FDI
    • Mezzanine Finance
    • Infrastructure Funds
    • Capital Markets – portfolio investments
    • Carbon Finance
    It is all about scale !
  • 6. Tech Development ‘Capital & Skills Gap’ Project Development ‘Capital & Skills Gap’ Investment Development Lifecycle Corporate & Compliance Investors Angel Capital Project Development Lifecycle Technology Development Lifecycle Development Construction Commissioning Operation Early-stage Mid-stage Late-stage R&D Commercial Scale Project Development Seed Capital Start-up Financing Proof of Concept Early Stage Technology Development Pilot Plant Financing Funding Source Innovator Entrepreneur Sponsor / Developer R&D Grants Venture Capital Private Equity Corporate Investors Capital Markets Private Equity & Infrastructure Funds Capital Markets Mezzanine Capital Angel Capital 1 Carbon Finance 2
  • 7. Clean Energy Equity Source ―Stage―Return Relationship MoU Development Financing Activities Financial Close Construction Operations Testing & Commissioning Project Phase time Friends & Family Angel Capital Venture Capital Private Equity Institutional Investors Investor Class Return Requirement Ease of Attracting Funds ROI (%)
  • 8.  
  • 9.
    • Counterparty Credit – too low
    • Risks (perceived)– too high
    • Returns (perceived)– to low
    • Deal Size/Volume – too small/too few (low)
    • Transaction Costs – too high
    • CONCLUSION = All TOO HARD!
    • Result = capital migrates to other sectors/regions
    CE Financiers “highs” & “lows”?
  • 10.
    • Counterparty Credit – OK
    • Risks (perceived)– OK
    • Returns (perceived)– OK
    • Deal Size – Aggregated & OK
    • Transaction Costs – OK
    • CONCLUSION = “Lets do it!”
    • Result = capital migrates to Asian Clean Energy
    CE financiers “highs” & “lows”?
  • 11.
    • Partial Credit Guarantees
    • Performance Guarantees
    • Other Risk Mitigation Products
    • Risk Sharing amongst public sector, IFIs & private sector risk takers
    • Increase availability of finance
    • Increase terms of finance
    What can be done: Risks?
  • 12.
    • Enhanced price signal & incentives
    • Market Based Approaches:
      • Stepped tariffs
      • Local management charges
      • Dedicated public RE funds
      • Tax related incentives
      • Enhanced carbon price
    • Incentives must be enhanced at national level (negative subsidiary removal)
    • “ Ability to pay” issues
    • Big expectations on CDM.
    What can be done: Returns?
  • 13.
    • ADB’s Objective
      • Increase Program in Clean Energy to $1 billion
    • Clean Energy Financing Partnership Facility
      • Target Size: $250 million
      • Currently: $100 million in commitments and another $100 million under discussions
      • Grant Components of Loans
      • Technical Assistance
    • Climate Investment Facility Funds
      • Target Size: $10 billion
      • Currently: about $5.6 billion
      • Implemented by all MDBs
      • Clean Energy Fund
      • Climate Resilience Pilot Program Fund
      • Forestry and Land Use Fund
    Resources Available
  • 14. Email: stumiwa@adb.org Web site: www.adb.org /clean-energy For More Information

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