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This special report focuses on clean energy transitions in the universe of emerging market and developing economies in Africa, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia (referred to in this report as the emerging market and developing economies, or EMDEs). For the purposes of this report, the EMDE grouping includes four member countries of the OECD: Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica and Mexico. This group excludes China, as the dynamics of investment in China, which are quite distinctive, is also a major outward investor in EMDEs. This EMDE grouping is a very heterogeneous group of countries, with a wide range of national circumstances, average income levels and starting points. However, a common element is that countries in this grouping account for only a relatively small share of historical emissions, and – with some exceptions – per capita emissions remain low today. This special report aims to address the challenge of mobilising investment and finance to support clean energy transitions in the emerging and developing world. It analyses the outlooks for investment and financing across sectors that are key for clean energy transitions, assesses the key issues related to attracting finance and provides advice on how policy reforms and financial mechanisms can work together to mobilise and align private finance, at scale, highlighted by over 45 real-world case studies and examples.

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