Results-based finance can be used by the clean cooking sector to kickstart new markets, as well as help reach the poorest of the poor. This session will look at various new initiatives that are aimed at increasing access to results-based financing in the cookstoves and fuels sector. The panel will discuss access to pre-finance to deliver results, new metrics to measure health and climate benefits, and donor perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of results-based financing.
Jeroen Blum, Managing Director, BIX Fund
Tom Morton, Director, ClimateCare
Dana Charron, Managing Director, Berkeley Air Monitoring Group
Gemma May, Adviser International Energy Partnerships, Department for International Development (DFID)
Raffaella Bellanca, SNV Energy Sector Leader, Mali and Niger