Funding boost for renewable energy investments in Africa

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board has recently granted approval for a $50 million equity allocation to REPP 2, a new debt fund focused on catalyzing investments in the rapidly growing renewable energy sector in Sub-Saharan Africa. REPP 2 is being developed by climate and impact fund manager Camco and is designed as a $250 million fund aiming to generate substantial climate, economic, and gender-related impacts while ensuring viable returns for investors. IWP&DC spoke to Camco’s Investment Director Ben Hugues to discover how this private debt fund is unlocking the potential of sustainable energy for a brighter, greener future across the continent


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