investment countries


m tonnes of projected CO2 emission
reductions from projects financed to date


percent average COemission
reductions of projects


m USD invested in
partner institutions

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Food systems currently consume 30% of the world’s available energy – and are still heavily dependent on fossil fuels. India’s RBL Bank, a long-time GCPF partner institution, shows how farmers increase their productivity through energy loans for sustainable irrigation. The result: an interesting business area for the bank, higher incomes for the farmers, and climate protection for the world through reduced CO2 emissions and water consumption.

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Green lending: a practitioner's guide for financial institutions

There's substantial growth potential for green lending, also in developing countries where energy demand is growing at the fastest rate.

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Financing clean energy for Indian farmers: RBL Bank India

An interview with RBL Bank’s former Head of Agriculture & Rural Banking reveals how RBL Bank brought energy efficiency loans to rural clients.

Global portfolio

GCPF invests in energy efficiency and renewable energy in emerging and developing markets globally

Green Growth outlook

Developing countries drive energy demand and co2 emission growth

project examples

From solar in Nicaragua to energy efficient textile industry in Bangladesh

About GCPF

As an innovative impact investing fund, GCPF provides energy efficiency and renewable energy financing in order to mitigate climate change and drive sustainable growth in developing and emerging markets. The fund mainly invests through local financial institutions but also directly.


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