Projects

Sun in the City

Sun in the City
Seeing is believing: that’s the idea behind our Sun in the City initiative (“Zon in de Stad” in Dutch) that encourages city dwellers to power their houses and apartments by solar panels.

Climate Focus to support the West African Alliance on Carbon Markets and Climate Finance

Climate Focus to support the West African Alliance on Carbon Markets and Climate Finance
With the adoption of the Paris Agreement in 2015, the context in which market mechanisms can be used has changed, leading to new challenges.

International Cooperation under the Paris Agreement

International Cooperation under the Paris Agreement
Climate Focus and NIRAS, a leading Danish consultancy, have been providing independent expert advice to the Swedish Government on international cooperation in climate change mitigation initiatives.

World Bank Pilot Auction Facility: Exploring opportunities for going beyond the pilot phase

World Bank Pilot Auction Facility: Exploring opportunities for going beyond the pilot phase
Climate Focus together with its partners has been appointed to manage the project and provide consulting services for the World Bank's Pilot Auction Facility (PAF) for Climate Change Mitigation.

Climate finance strategy development for WakaWaka, a solar lighting company

Climate finance strategy development for WakaWaka, a solar lighting company
Climate Focus is assisting WakaWaka ('Shine Bright' in Swahili), a manufacturer of high-tech, low-cost solar-powered lamps and chargers, in defining its carbon asset development strategy.

Climate Finance for Railway Development in Ethiopia

Climate Finance for Railway Development in Ethiopia
Climate Focus and Carbon Africa are supporting the Ethiopian Railway Corporation in securing international climate finance for its low carbon transport plans in Ethiopia.

New York Declaration on Forests (NYDF) Progress Assessment

New York Declaration on Forests (NYDF) Progress Assessment
Climate Focus and the NYDF Assessment Partners will release the 6th edition of the NYDF Progress Assessment Report in fall 2020, with a focus on extractive industries, infrastructure and basic needs.