Climate Technology

The infoDev’s Climate Technology Program helps high-growth, clean-tech firms commercialize and scale the most innovative private sector solutions to climate change. Through its Climate Business Innovation Network, the program convenes local and global institutions to promote the diffusion of innovative business models across borders, crowd in public and private financing into climate innovation, share market insights, and build and strengthen local clean-tech-supporting institutions, such as the Climate Innovation Centers.

Publications

Green sectors, such as renewable energy and sustainable agriculture, are some of the most important economic sectors for meeting the targets agreed in the Paris Climate Accord, achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and realizing overall development gains in the coming decades....

The climate entrepreneurship ecosystem in Morocco has developed, and all the structures necessary for nurturing not only entrepreneurship but specifically climate entrepreneurship, have reached a ‘start-up’ stage. However, the overall support environment in the country requires more targeted...

The Climate Technology Program's "In Brief" is a series of knowledge briefs highlighting important aspects of the program's global and in-country operations and research. These notes provide lessons on the Climate Innovation Center model and network, analysis of climate technology innovation and...

The Climate Technology Program reviewed case studies of public programs that aimed to support green technology entrepreneurs. It found that an innovation strategy based on technology absorption and the adaptation of existing business models may offer a less capital- and time-intensive pathway to...

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