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Aid for Trade in Action: Supporting the transition to clean energy

Description :

The transition to clean energy offers opportunities for developing economies and least‑developed countries (LDCs) to exploit the export potential of this transition and to accelerate their growth prospects.

The WTO-led Aid for Trade initiative provides significant support to these economies to help them develop their energy sectors and transition to clean energy. However, sustained support is required to ensure that firms benefit from the trade opportunities that will emerge as a result of the clean energy transition.

This report highlights the role that Aid for Trade can play in mobilizing financial resources to deliver targeted assistance and to help developing economies unlock export opportunities created by clean energy. It also underlines the role of development partners in helping firms integrate into clean energy value chains by investing in the production of clean energy technologies, such as green hydrogen and solar power.

Published July 2024 | 84 pages | 250 x 180 mm | Weight: 0.250 kg

Contents

> Foreword, Executive summary and Introduction

> 1. Introduction
1.1 Clean energy adoption is a development opportunity
1.2 Clean energy technologies are increasingly cost-competitive
1.3 Developing economies and LDCs are key stakeholders in a clean energy transition
1.4 The clean energy transition is a trade integration opportunity

> 2. Development financing for a clean energy transition
2.1 Overview
2.2 Snapshot of climate-related development finance flows
2.3 Aid for Trade, climate finance and the energy transition
2.4 Blended finance to drive clean energy deployment and trade

> 3 Opportunities for trade integration in clean energy value chains
3.1 Supply of critical minerals and metals
3.2 Machinery and equipment manufacturing
3.3 Services value chains
3.4 Development opportunities through carbon credits and carbon capture utilization and storage

> 4 Opportunities for trade integration in specific clean energy technology value chains
4.1 Enabling clean energy access through electrification
4.2 Wind energy value chains
4.3 Solar photovoltaic value chains
4.4 Hydropower value chains
4.5 Hydrogen value chains
4.6 Nuclear power value chains

> Conclusion


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