Newsletter 26-01-2023

Africa’s crucial role in fighting climate changeAn article published by the Financial Times noted that Africa is more central to the issues of climate change than almost anyone recognises. Today, with 1.4 billion people, Africa accounts for approximately 6 per cent of global carbon emissions. Going forward, the continent’s carbon emissions will rise dramatically under anyContinue reading “Newsletter 26-01-2023”

Newsletter 08-09-2022

Private Capital in AfricaAVCA published an article on key trends defining Africa’s private capital landscape. ”2021 saw an increasing number of climate-related fundraising, which we expect to be deployed over the next years to finance climate related solutions and projects. Not only does this illustrate the role private capital can play in supporting Africa’s pathway toContinue reading “Newsletter 08-09-2022”

Newsletter 13-7-2022

Site visitsIt is important to have boots on the ground and understand how the technology of partners and projects work on location and in real life. In June 2022, Caspar Slagboom went on two site visits in Naivasha: Tropical Power’s biogas installation and Sanivation’s fecal sludge to biomass fuel plant. It was a pleasure to see solid examplesContinue reading “Newsletter 13-7-2022”

Newsletter 06-05-2022

Winner ICFA cohortThe ICFA – International Climate Finance Accelerator (ICFA) named Evenpar as a high-impact fund manager offering innovative solutions to climate change. The ICFA selected Evenpar to be a future leader in the climate finance program of the European Investment Bank. The ICFA has made a short video about the Evenpar Fund. Solar project cooperation In April 2022 Evenpar and a solar projectContinue reading “Newsletter 06-05-2022”

Evenpar elected by International Climate Finance accelerator

We are proud to announce that Evenpar is elected by the International Climate Finance Accelerator as one of 5 high-potential impact fund managers to be supported during the 2021-2022 program. The ICFA is a public-private partnership set up in 2018 by 10 private entities of the Luxembourg financial sector as well as the Luxembourg MinistryContinue reading “Evenpar elected by International Climate Finance accelerator”

StartGreen & Evenpar invest in international energy transition

As of September 1st , StartGreen Capital and Evenpar form a partnership to finance infrastructural renewable energy projects in emerging markets, with an initial focus on the African Energy Transition. Emerging markets present an attractive potential for impact investments, leveraging on the increased energy demand, optimizing the circular use of available feedstock and utilizing EU technology.Continue reading “StartGreen & Evenpar invest in international energy transition”