Start-up finance

“Start-up finance for programmatic emission reduction projects under the Kyoto Protocol (Programmes of Activities, PoAs), as well as comparable programmatic mechanisms”- this includes, in particular, pre-financing eligible project activities. Basically funding projects must transform the income flow that is generated over time by verified emission reductions, into an eligible project activity, which will then serve as an incentive for others to use climate-friendly technologies. Examples are investment subsidies or price discounts for micro scale technologies such as solar water heaters, efficient cook stoves, or energy-saving light bulbs. In the initial phase of a programme, activities of this kind need pre-financing until returns from selling the emission reductions enable the programme to be self-financing. The funding provided for the activity to the programme provider is always ring-fenced to ensure that the investment grants are used for climate-friendly technologies. Partial funding of the programme set-up can also be provided at this point. This includes, for example, costs incurred by the programme provider in establishing a monitoring system or training their staff to enable them to coordinate a programme. 
Start-up Finance:###GREEN###

Information about ongoing funding projects can be found here.














 
 
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