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The ACMFN Flagship Report Series is part of the Asian Cleantech MSME Financing Network (ACMFN) project and was prepared by the project partner adelphi. ACMFN is co-financed by the European Union aiming to build and leverage a cleantech financing eco-system to spark improved access to finance for Asian cleantech enterprises and enhance sustainable consumption and production patterns in Asia. With the ACMFN project coming to a close in 2019, it is the time to take stock. Therefore, the ACMFN Flagship Report Series provides an insight into the current cleantech financing state in the project countries China, India and Indonesia, identifies cleantech financing challenges and opportunities and showcases country-specific successes of the ACMFN project. The insights are useful for all stakeholders working on harnessing the power of financial markets to deliver environmental and societal goals, in particular project donors and financial institutions in China, India and Indonesia looking to understand the contours of a fast-growing cleantech financing ecosystem.
The ACMFN Flagship Report Series is accompanied by a Case Study Series that provides in-depth insights into interviewed organisations including key project stakeholders and experts from all levels of the ecosystem. Interviewees range from cleantech enterprises participating in ACMFN, intermediaries such as incubators and accelerators and financial institutions including banks, fintechs and venture capital funds amongst others. We would like to express our sincere appreciation to all participating interview partners for kindly giving us a glimpse into their daily activities and operations and the national focal partners China Electronic Energy-Saving Technology Association (CEESTA), the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), and Indonesia’s Perkumpulan Untuk Peningkatan Usaha Kecil (PUPUK) for their continuous support throughout the process.
The ACMFN Flagship Report Series approves: The groundwork for a strong cleantech financing ecosystem in China, India and Indonesia is laid. Now, it is the time for all stakeholders to jointly continue these efforts beyond the ACMFN project, overcome remaining challenges and take cleantech financing for micro-, small- and medium-enterprises (MSMEs) to the next level.
Explore the ACMFN Flagship Report and Case Study Series and find out more about the cleantech financing ecosystem in China, India and Indonesia here:
- Flagship Report: A Snapshot of the Chinese Cleantech Financing Ecosystem
- Flagship Report: A Snapshot of the Indian Cleantech Financing Ecosystem
- Flagship Report: A Snapshot of the Indonesian Cleantech Financing Ecosystem
- Case Study: A Snapshot of the Chinese Cleantech Financing Ecosystem
- Case Study: A Snapshot of the Indian Cleantech Financing Ecosystem
- Case Study: A Snapshot of the Indonesian Cleantech Financing Ecosystem
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