Clean Energy Financing Partnership Facility (CEFPF)
The Clean Energy Financing Partnership Facility (CEFPF) was established in 2007 by the ADB and partners to help improve energy security and to hinder global warming.
Under the CEFPF, the following Funds are active:
- The Asian Clean Energy Fund (ACEF) established in 2008 aims to enhance sustainable development in ADB developing member countries, in close cooperation with Japanese aid agencies. The ACEF is funded by Japan;31
- The Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in Asia (CCFPS), established in 2013 aims to catalyse greater private investments in climate mitigation and adaptation in Asia and the Pacific through the provision of providing concessional loans and grants. The CCFPS is funded by Canada;
- The Carbon Capture and Storage Fund (CCSF), established in 2009 aims to promote and develop CCS technologies and policies in ADB developing member countries, particularly China, India, Indonesia, and Vietnam. The CCSF is funded by Australia, the
UK, and the lobal CCS Institute
- The Clean Energy Fund (CEF), established in
2007 as a multi-donor trust fund (by Australia, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the UK) aims to promote clean energies in ADB developing member countries.
Eligibility to Receive Funding: ADB developing member countries are eligible Regional Focus: Asia
Sector Focus: See above
Funding Conditions: Grants and loans
Application Procedure: There is no standard form of application for ADB assistance.
Asian Development Bank
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Tel: +63 2 6324444