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Blended finance needed to fund smaller projects in developing economies, says IEEFA

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High costs and volatile cash flows are seen as some of the reasons why India’s mini-grid industry has struggled to get off the ground (Photo: Leungchopan/Envato)

Developing countries are deprived of much-needed environmental financing owing to perceived financial risks

“Blended finance” structures, which consolidate smaller-scale projects and pool public, private and concessional capital, may hold the key to financing projects in developing nations, says the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis ...

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