About Climatescope

Climatescope is a unique country-by-country assessment, interactive report and index that evaluates the investment conditions for clean energy and climate-related investments worldwide.

It profiles 71 countries worldwide and evaluates their ability to attract capital for low-carbon energy sources while building a greener economy.

Climatescope is a snapshot of where clean energy policy and finance stand today, and a guide to what can happen in the future.

This marks the sixth year of the Climatescope project. In 2012 and 2013, Climatescope focused exclusively on Latin America and the Caribbean. The first edition was developed by the Multilateral Investment Fund of the Inter-American Development Bank Group in partnership with Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

From 2014 to 2016, the UK Department for International Development and the US Agency for International Development joined as supporters and advisors. The project was expanded to include 58 countries, states, and provinces in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. The coverage was expanded further to include three countries from the Middle-East and North Africa, as well as with an updated methodology for the off-grid energy coverage.

In the last year, Climatescope has expanded to include 13 additional countries in Central Europe and Asia, bringing the total number of countries to 71. The project is supported by the UK Department for International Development, and Bloomberg New Energy Finance serves as research partner and author of the report.


Project director

Ethan Zindler

Project manager

Dario Traum

Lead Analyst

Luiza Demôro

Head of Off-Grid Analysis

Itamar Orlandi

Lead Modeller

Ulimmeh Ezekiel

Project Coordinator

Yvette Osikilo

Editors

Angus McCrone, Ben Vickers, Bryony Collins, Vandana Gombar.

Research & Data Gathering

Africa and Middle East

Meredith Annex, Thea Bronlund, Bryony Collins, Victoria Cuming, Isabelle Edwards, Ulimmeh Ezekiel, Raksha Gosai, Andrew Grant, Conor Hanley, Tom Harries, Kyle Harrison, Lara Hayim, Takehiro Kawahara, Keegan Kruger, Eleonore Lazat, Daniel McLaughlin, Pietro Radoia, Dean Hope Robertson, Kieron Stopforth

Asia

Richard Chatterton, Shantanu Jaiswal, Jacqueline Lilinshtein, Sophie Lu, Diego Marquina, Alex Morgan, Steph Munro, Itamar Orlandi, Arvind Pidaparthi, Abhishek Rohatgi, Johana Typloltova

Europe

Nick Albanese, Katya Sharavzhamtsyna, Nick Steckler, Ben Vickers.

Latin America and Caribbean

Laura Castro, Helena Chung, Raphael Barbosa Correa, Ana Verena Lima.

Policy expert panel

Tabaré Arroyo Currás, Dominique Auverlot, Alex Avila, Carlos Barria, Michael Barry, Dr Fred Beach, Yasmina Benmessaoud , Paul Bertheau, Phillip Brown, Albert Butare, Ben Caldecott, Phillip Caplan, Maria D. Carvalho, Tracey Crowe, Anna Czajkowska, Patrick D’Addario, Vincent Delporte, Michel Di Capua, Manon Dufour,Yasemin Erboy Ruff, John R. Fenton, Dr Florian Fritzsche, Magdalena García Mora, Joby Gaudet, Milena Gonzalez Vasquez, Michael Gratwicke, Dave Grossman, Christopher Head, Victoria Healy, Andrew Herndon, Lisa Jacobson, Timothy Juliani, Furkat Kadyrov, James Koehler, Ken Locklin, Bill Loveless, Rupesh Madlani, Aditi Maheshwari, Irina Markina, Miguel Martines Rodriguez, Quinn McGovern, Yvonne McIntyre, Naki Mendoza, Samuel Miles, Nathan Moore, Marco Antonio Morales, Brian O’Hanlon, Ruggero Paterno, Graham Pugh, Alexis Raichoudhury, Tobias Rinke, Rachel Ross, John Romankiewicz, Bárbara Rubim, Meghan Sapp, Andrew Shapiro, Varun Sivaram, V Subramanian, Philippe Tallon, Liang Tang, Zephyr Taylor, Chris Twomey, Nico Tyabji, Candace Vahlsing, Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho Jr., Michael Waldron, Markus Walther, Emily Wann, Brian Whitesides, Marcus Wiemann, Dan Woynillowicz, Nitin Zamre, Dr Fang Zhang.

Special thanks

Serina Ng, Jon Moore, Dharshan Wignarajah, Sara Giordano, Nico Tyabji, Arlinda Mezini, Benjamin Kafri, Eve Ottlakan, Flow Bohl, Max Duluc, Noemi Glickman, and the many energy sector stakeholders that our analyst teams met during research trips.

Credits

All satellite imagery by NASA.

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