Partners are vital to PFAN’s success, supporting our activities with in-kind contributions such as assistance in the organisation of Investment Forums. We work with our partners to organise targeted calls for proposals and cross-publicise activities and events. They are valuable connections to help us to align with local policy and regulations and the business climate and expand our local footprint. In turn, we work to build the capacity of selected PFAN Partners.
PFAN Partners include both investors and non-investors, and they can collaborate with us in investment as well as non-investment-related activities. If you are interested in joining us as a PFAN Partner, please contact us.
A Rocha Ghana (ARG) is an environmental NGO providing practical conservation interventions aimed at contributing to the sustainable management of ecological habitats and initiating programmes aimed at facilitating the community’s ability to adapt to current trends in climate change.
Action Communautaire Contre La Pauvrete (ACOPA-NGOd) is a non-governmental organisation with a vision to spearhead the socioeconomic prosperity of Congolese citizens by espousing poverty reduction, social inclusion and recovery programs while building the capacity of people and institutions to ensure self-sustenance.
Established in 2001, BASE is a Swiss not-for-profit foundation and a Specialized Partner of United Nations Environment. BASE builds bridges between sectors and actors at the nexus between sustainable energy, finance and international development.
Private sector company
Boldman Group International (BGI) is a diversified corporation that trades goods and services in undervalued markets. They are international infrastructure developers who collaborate with quasi-institutions on a public-private partnership basis. They partner through strategic alliances and undertake high-capital investments to create value and drive financial performance.
CLEAN (Clean Energy Access Network) is an all-India representative organisation for Decentralized Renewable Energy (DRE) with an aim to support, unify and grow the decentralized clean energy sector in India. CLEAN has brought together over 200 clean energy organisations from across India to create an inclusive and enabling environment for the growth of DRE sector.
The Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) is a development financing institution re-established by the DBSI Act 2018 to facilitate the economic and social development of the Solomon Islands within the overall development plans and strategies of the Solomon Islands Government (SIG).
The EUEA brings together key energy efficiency and renewable energy sector participants within an independent networking and lobbying organisation that promotes the development of a modern and sustainable economic, political and technological environment in Ukraine.
The Fiji Employers Consultative Association (FECA)’s mission is to provide the employers of Fiji with the knowledge, understanding and capability to maintain the best possible labour relations while seeking to grow their businesses and the economy by encouraging the government to provide the environment for the private sector to prosper.
Ghana Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GHACCO) is a national organization of the clean cooking industry with a mission to work with stakeholders to overcome the barriers that impede the production deployment and adoption and use of clean cookstoves, LPG and clean biofuels in Ghana.
A credible financial inclusion initiative in Madagascar, SOLIDIS is the only financial institution (non-bank) approved by the Central Bank of Madagascar that offers tailor-made guarantee and financing solutions to promote entrepreneurship and contribute to the country’s economic development.
Private sector company
Founded in 1993, the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange is a stock exchange located in Almaty, Kazakhstan. KASE has been the only exchange in Kazakhstan operating the stock and currency markets, an integral part of the financial market’s infrastructure and it occupies an important position in the country’s economy.
Impact fund manager
Kenya Climate Ventures Limited, founded in 2016, is an investment management company that seeks to accelerate the development of climate smart solutions by providing tailored and targeted financial and managerial assistance support to innovative early and growth stage businesses.
Government and policy makers
National Innovation Agency has developed a conceptual framework “Innovation Diplomacy” to enhance National Innovation System (NIS) of Thailand to international level, as well as to promote the image of Thailand to become “Innovation Nation”.
Green City Lab Moldova, an NGO supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP Moldova) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF), is the first laboratory of urban innovations. The association will become a functional platform to ensure the interaction of municipalities, the private sector, experts, donors, and financial institutions, to promote the sustainable development of Moldovan localities.
OpEPA is a Non-Profit Foundation founded in Bogotá, Colombia in 1998. OpEPA seeks to connect people with nature. For this, they generate a model of approach to the Earth that leads people to know and then to act personally in direct actions that have a positive impact on the planet.
PhilEXIM is a sovereign guarantor extending primarily guarantee, export insurance and related services to business entities in order to develop the Nation’s export industry and facilitate investment in strategic sectors of the economy.
REAP is a non-stock, non-profit organization of companies and private individuals committed to the nationwide development, promotion, utilization and commercialization of renewable energy technologies/systems for sustainable energy generation.
Renewable Energy Confederation of Nepal (RECON) is a common forum of associations of private sector involved in supply and delivery of alternative energy systems and services and NGOs involved in promotion of alternative energy in Nepal.
Private sector company
Founded in 2013, in Nairobi, Kenya, Serengeti Energy is an independent power producer IPP, with a mandate to identify, develop, invest, build, and operate renewable energy projects from 5MW to 50MW across sub-Saharan Africa. Previously known as rAREH, until October 2021, Serengeti Energy operated renewable energy assets in Uganda and Rwanda. The acquisition of South Africa based REH extended the company footprint into the South Africa market.
SIAZ work with the Zambian government to develop policy and regulations that will promote the solar industry in the country.
Sindh Enterprise Development Fund was established by the Government of Sindh with a vision to encourage investment in the SME sector. It aims to provide opportunities for value addition in the agriculture sector for multiple economic benefits on growth, intermediary services and productivity.
The State Agency for Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving of Ukraine (SAEE) implements state policy in the field of efficient use of fuel and energy resources, energy saving, renewable energy sources and alternative fuels.
TAHA provides developmental services on Policy and Advocacy, Technical support (Agronomy, nutrition, Standards & Food safety and environmental compliance and protection), linkage & access to markets and linkage to financial services for horticultural practitioners across the value chain.
Research and advisory institution
UNEP DTU Partnership was established by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the UN Environment Programme and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in 1990 and currently provides research-based advisory services to assist developing countries deliver on the Paris Agreement and SDGs.
Private sector company
Yellow Door Energy is the leading sustainable energy partner for businesses, serving commercial and industrial customers in the Middle East and South Asia. The company’s solar and energy efficiency solutions enable businesses to reduce energy costs, improve power reliability and lower carbon emissions.