Category: Clients & Partners

IESR

IESR is a co-partner of CSV in a project on IPP-led coal retirement in Indonesia via engaging leading independent power producers, conglomerates, multilateral development banks and ESG investors on asset- or portfolio-level coal transition transactions; and

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FISF

CSV engaged FISF, through Green Finance & Development Center (GFDC), as an academic partner in project on China Coal Exit: Financial Mechanisms for China To Drive a Coal Transition in Pakistan and Vietnam

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EU-ABC (EU-ASEAN)

CSV was the technical partner of the Emerging Markets Transition Investment Project (EMTIP) co-hosted by the UN-PRI, EU-ASEAN Business Council and Prudential wherein CSV engaged regulators, power plant asset owners, investors, and other key stakeholders from around the world to discuss potential solutions on accelerating transition finance in emerging markets

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Carbon Trust

Carbon Trust is a fellow core partner of the Coal Asset Transition Accelerator or CATA, the first-of-its-kind global platform focused on leveraging technical assistance and finance to accelerate the coal transition globally empowering key local stakeholders – governments, utilities, coal asset owners, financiers, and civil society organisations;

CSV as co-advisor for the ADB ETM pre-feasibility studies for the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Pakistan, and Kazakhstan

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Bain & Company

Bain & Company is a co-partner of CSV in the workstream secretariat engaged by the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) Asia-Pacific (APAC) Region to support a core working group of financial institutions, together with a consultative panel and knowledge partners, to develop an approach for commercial and multilateral development banks to participate in the managed phaseout of coal in the region that integrates three key dimensions: credibility, viability, and inclusivity;

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AFII (Anthropocene)

CSV co-leading Transition Southeast Asia (T-SEA) to explore how labelled debt can be leveraged for accelerating the energy transition in Southeast Asia

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