This multinational commodity trading company is working with an established African energy solutions provider to develop an LNG Liquefaction plant and related infrastructure to provide reliable and sustainable power to Europe.
This organization is a first-in-market global litigation impact strategy focused on recovering assets stolen from low- and middle-income countries. They are dedicated to assisting democratic, anti-corruption-focused governments in their fight against corruption by providing funding and support for civil enforcement and asset recovery. They treat claims as assets, purchasing the claims from the sovereign government, which invests side by side with impact investors and patient capital to maximize enforcement.
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Impact Capital Partners is currently negotiating with a sustainable independent power producer with operations in West Africa, to help them during their transition to a zero carbon strategy.
Our partner in Europe is currently pitching for a new blended finance mandate – a Pan-Emerging Markets climate mitigation Private Equity fund supported by concessional capital from the Green Climate Fund – the largest global fund dedicated to help fight climate change.
The Ghanaian government has made significant efforts to improve its electrical infrastructure, yet access to reliable energy remains an impediment to economic development. Unplanned power outages continue to be a problem for the growing country due to growing supply & demand constraints. An additional generation capacity of 225 MW is needed by January 2024 and an additional 200 MW by January 2025 to preserve the security of Ghana’s energy supply.
Impact Capital Partners has joined Trees For The Future (TREES) in their Plant-a-Tree Partnership by planting 200 trees per million dollars raised. This amazing non-profit organization has planted over 180 million trees since 1989 and we are proud to help TREES plant communities out of hunger and poverty, while also offsetting multiples of our own carbon emissions.
Bloomberg Green – The Biden administration is outlining ambitions to dramatically boost offshore wind power in the U.S. by 2030, pushing to drive construction of projects at sea capable of generating enough electricity for more than 10 million American homes.
This Independent Power Producer (IPP), is an energy solutions provider based in the USA with operations in West Africa. Over the past 13 years they have transitioned their thermal operations from heavy oil and liquified petroleum gas to natural gas + they built their own private pipeline network + they they have committed to transition to ZERO CARBON energy solutions by 2035.
This female-founded Manager seeks to generate competitive financial returns PLUS positive economic, social and/or environmental impact by providing financing to Small and Medium Enterprises (“SMEs”) in very select high-growth developing economies with stable political climates and reliable legal systems. All of their borrowers map to at least one of the UN SDGs + conform to the IFC’s exclusion list + meet local and international laws and respective practices + are in compliance with local environmental, labor, health, safety and business laws +commit to identify and track various bottom-up impact metrics, as defined by the GIIN’s Impact Reporting and Investment Standards (IRIS) metrics.