Investments in clean energy infrastructure will need to be scaled up significantly in the coming years to support the broader development, economic and climate agenda. Given the strains on public finances, this will require leveraging both domestic and international private investment. However, investment in clean energy remains seriously constrained by specific barriers, including market and government failures.
A broad range of policy interventions are needed to transform the energy system and shift investment away from fossil fuels towards clean energy.
The OECD provides governments with tools to create an enabling environment to maximise investment flows to clean energy infrastructure:
Based on the Policy Framework for Investment, this Guidance is a non-prescriptive tool to help policy makers identify ways to mobilise private investment in clean energy infrastructure.
This report that provides a framework to help policy makers better understand the processes and channels through which institutional investors make sustainable-energy investments.
This report takes stock of policy restrictions to international investment in solar PV and wind energy, and assesses their impacts across the value chains.
Documents and links
Mobilising Private Investment in Sustainable Transport: The Case of Land-Based Passenger Transport Infrastructure