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Priority recommendations. Results and action matrix. Goal. Context. Sustainable recoveries. Investments in clean energy access. Deployment of mature low-carbon energy technologies and related infrastrure. The specificities of energy efficiency. Investment in innovation and in the hard-to-abate sectors. The rise of sustainable finance. Challenges. Challenges with inclusive and sustainable recovery. The weakness of many local capital markets for sustainable finance. Challenges building a robust pipeline of de-risked projects that can attract private capital. Recommendations / plan of action. Impacts.
The goal of this Report is to present action-oriented, ambitious, and innovative recommendations able to help rapidly mobilize public and private investment in energy access, energy efficiency, and the energy transition, while enabling the other SDGs. These investments should be impactful across a wide range of countries and sectors and collaborative across a range of stakeholders. Sustainable, resilient, and inclusive recovery in the near term and sustainable development in the longer term will not happen without well directed finance and investment. There is an urgent need to shift gear in terms of energy investment and finance to meet these objectives. This report thus focuses on actions that must be taken to make the 2020s a decade of delivery on energy access and energy transitions. Current annual clean energy investment needs to more than triple by 2030 to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.