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Title: FINANCING WORKSHOP


1
FINANCING WORKSHOP
ASES Solar 98
  • John KadyszewskiWinrock International
  • June 19, 1998

2
Overview
  • Winrock Perspectives
  • Primary Challenges
  • Winrock Actions
  • What have we learned?

3
Winrock Perspectives
  • Private capital essential for renewable energy
    market development
  • Global privatization of power sector bypassing
    rural areas
  • New technology changing development options
  • New role required for public institutions

4
GoalAttract private capital
5
New Role for Public Institutions
  • Set development priorities
  • Create enabling environment
  • Reduce credit risk

6
Primary Challenges
  • Make markets visible
  • Develop local operational infrastructure
  • Lower investment transaction costs
  • Improve access to credit
  • Increase ability to pay
  • Reduce the real cost of capital

7
Cost of Capital
GDP
Real Interest Rate
Time
8
Winrock Actions
  • Build local capacity
  • Implement model projects
  • Catalyze investment

9
Build Local Capacity
  • YBUL
  • PEI
  • Fundacíon Solar
  • REGAE
  • EACA
  • SELCO
  • MICROSUL
  • ABEER
  • ACOPE
  • APETINDO

10
What have we learned in Asia?
  • NGOs manage small wind systems in Indonesia
  • Subsidy-free PV in India
  • Lower transaction costs in China
  • Financing renewables in the Philippines

11
Indonesia Wind Systems
  • Target markets where energy willincrease income
  • Strengthen NGO capability tomaintain systems and
    collect fees
  • Technical assistance to assureincome growth

12
Marketing Mechanisms of SELCO India
  • Cash sales
  • Sales through banks
  • Leasing
  • Sales via IREDA loans
  • Sales through local institutions

13
Preparing Projects in China
  • Form local joint venture company
  • Prepare projects for Swiss environment fund

14
PEI Finances Renewable Energy
  • Strengthen enabling environment
  • Conduct local due diligence
  • Reduce transaction costs

15
What have we learned in Latin America?
  • Financing operational infrastructurein the DR
  • Invest through communities in Brazil
  • NGO investment in Guatemala

16
REGAE--Financing Operational Infrastructure in
the DR
  • Lease-to-own program
  • Provide credit for service companies
  • Co-invest with local banks

17
Invest Through Communities in Brazil
  • World Bank loan for Ceara, Bahia, and Minas
    Gerais
  • 1-3 million households over 10 years
  • Follow community priorities

18
NGO Investment in Guatemala--Fundacíon Solar
  • Educate donors on importance of credit versus
    gifts
  • Link renewables with relevant applications
  • Leverage new funds

19
Fundacíon Solar NGO Partners
  • Plan International
  • World Vision
  • UN High Commissioner for Refugees

20
New Technology Changing Options
  • Improved access to information
  • New ways to increase rural productivity
  • Enhanced quality of life

21
Stages of Finance in China
  • Allocation of government resourceswithout
    recovery
  • Allocation with recycling
  • Recycling with market interest rates
  • Commercial financing

22
Renewable Energy Issues in China
  • Affordability
  • Manage credit in concert with ability to pay
  • Avoid damaging markets with subsidies
  • Create new pathways for finance
  • Move from allocation to market returns
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