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|CCO-07-01||Accelerating and Financing Clean Energy Markets in India|
|CCO-07-02||Establishment and Replication of State Energy Conservation Funds in India|
|CCO-07-03||Mobilizing Finance for Clean Energy Deployment|
|CCO-07-04||US Trade and Development Agency China Project Preparation Facility Proposal - (Cancelled)|
|CCO-07-05||Voluntary Program to Promote Ecologically Sustainable Business Growth for Indian Industry|
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This project will use an enterprise development model to identify successful, scaleable business models in the renewable and energy efficiency sectors that when deployed on a large-scale, will provide market-based, affordable energy services. The goal of the project is to expand the India-based investor network for the investment and lending of clean energy technologies to leverage investment in renewable energy technologies and services by working with partner banks in India. India and the United States are participating Partners in this project.
The chlor-alkali industry is one of the largest chemical industries in India and is expected to grow along with the growing Indian economy. The proton-exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell product captures hydrogen produced in the chlor-alkali industry to create onsite electricity, thereby creating electricity savings. Additionally, it will displace the use of coal-fired power plant generation, leading to significant CO2 emission reductions. India and the United States will both participate in this industry changing project.
The objective of this project is to develop a project preparation facility (PPF) which will draw on a pool of energy finance experts to identify and prepare projects that can have increased potential to qualify for loans and investments. The PPF aims to match project sponsors with investment sources by convening periodic investment forums and bringing together developers and investors. India and the United States are participating Partners in this project.
This project will fund a broad range of activities including feasibility studies, technical assistance, workshops, and pilot projects in China in multiple sectors including industrial cogeneration, renewable energy, clean fossil energy, and energy efficiency. These activities will be designed to support both public and private sector clean energy production and technologies to achieve emissions reductions and other results that respond to Partnership objectives. China and the United States are participating Partners in this project.
This project will develop a voluntary program to establish baselines and targets for energy and emissions reductions in Indian industry. Activities proposed under the project include training opportunities with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as well as outreach programs and technology seminars. These efforts will create new investment opportunities and build institutional capacity for voluntary emission programs while promoting ecologically sustainable business growth in India. India and the United States are participating Partners in this project.