Trinity was appointed by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa to deliver a report on ‘Building Public-Private Partnerships to scale up resources for Climate-Friendly Investment in Africa’. The report was published today and formally presented at the 2012 session of the African Union Conference of Energy Ministers of Africa. The report draws on Trinity’s first-hand experience on successfully advising in relation to renewables transactions in Africa that have reached financial close and makes a series of policy recommendations, consolidating input from the report’s stakeholders (including the UN, African Development Bank, World Bank Group, other lenders, governments and private sector developers). The report was written by Paul Biggs, Ana-Katarina Hajduka and Kaushik Ray. A link to the report can be found here.