As part of the ongoing efforts to support the clean energy transition in Southeast Asia, a critical market for the next expansion for renewables, a coalition of foundations is aiming to establish a vehicle to support the growth of clean energy. The Southeast Asia Clean Energy Facility (SEACEF) is a vehicle to support early stage clean energy development in three key countries (Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines) responsible for ~80% of all existing and planned coal plants in the SEA region. The facility will provide funding to projects spanning solar, wind and energy storage, with commitments between $100 thousand to $1M.
This is an open call for Statement of Interest to manage the Southeast Asia Clean Energy Facility. Statements of Interest are due by October 15th and detailed proposals are due November 12th. Please see attached RFP.
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