The International Solar Alliance (ISA) presents its first offering, a Common Risk Mitigation Mechanism (CRMM) feasibility study, at COP23 in Bonn, Germany, to deepen solar markets, which aims to mobilize up to $1trn of capital investment by 2030.
One of the sessions at COP23 has served as the curtain raiser for the ISA’s upcoming founding ceremony. It featured presentations on ISA programs and the Common Risk Mitigation Mechanisms (CRMM) report, as well as a panel discussion on the global effort to accelerate solar energy deployment.
The international solar alliance framework agreement receives 15 ratifications, as the Republic of Guinea becomes the 15th country to do so. The founding ceremony of ISA is scheduled for December 08, 2017 in Greater Noida, India.
International Solar Alliance (ISA) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have signed the joint financial partnership declaration to support solar energy projects developed under ISA programs.
The program will be launched during RE-INVEST 2017, India on December 8. The event will hold several other sessions, including the launch of International Solar Alliance (ISA). Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron are likely to attend the ISA Founding Ceremony.
The EIB has also confirmed that it will provide $940 million in financial support for Indian renewable Energy.
Launched in Paris during the COP21 summit, the International Solar Alliance, spearheaded by India and France, has this week welcomed Australia to the fold.
The Common Risk Mitigation Mechanism for solar generation assets is intended to identify ways to scale up investment in solar to $1 trillion, and will be supported by members of the International Solar Alliance, the World Bank Group, and the Terrawatt Initiative.
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