Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

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Research assistant Researcher
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
The UK Department of Energy Security and Net Zero is exploring the development of a new facility - the Climate Innovation Pull Facility. Through pull finance, this facility will support innovation, scale up and market building for climate change mitigation solutions for developing country contexts, focusing on innovative clean energy technologies and business models in a small number of specific applications/sectors, where the evidence shows support is most needed. The planned facility is up to £185m, and subject to approvals. If agreed would be part of the Department's International Climate Finance portfolio and funded with Official Development Assistance (ODA). This contract is focussed on the provision of monitoring, evaluation and learning services for the CIPF.What do we mean by "pull mechanisms"? In public innovation financing, "pull mechanisms" create incentives for innovators and other actors by creating viable market demand. They seek to reduce viability...
Project Type:
Consulting - Tender opportunity