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What are market barriers? How can we identify them? Why is conducting a market barrier analysis for a climate project crucial for project design? What are the different ways to examine and communicate market barriers?
In this latest E Co. institute training workshop, Dr Grant Ballard-Tremeer will be breaking down the key components of a market barrier analysis, providing you with additional resources and tools to conduct one, guiding you to understand why you need them in order to design effective interventions in your projects.
This workshop is designed to support you in increasing the success of your project proposals, so your project designs will address the specific needs of your chosen country, match the priorities of funders and key stakeholders, at the appropriate scale.
This session is for readiness and implementing partners - from National Designated Authorities or Focal points and Accredited and implementing entities and will be relevant to all climate funds such as the GCF, GEF, NAMA facility and Adaptation Fund. It is for anyone in the project development process who is involved in, or interested in learning about, analysing market barriers for project design.
Do come prepared with any identified questions on market barriers and barrier analyses and we’ll do our best to answer them. We can also answer any questions on market barriers tailored to specific funds, such as: GCF, AF, NAMA Facility, GEF, among others.
Do come prepared with any questions on market barriers and barrier analyses and we’ll do our best to answer them. We can also answer any questions on market barriers tailored to specific funds, such as: GCF, Adaptation Fund, NAMA Facility, GEF, and others.
E Co. CEO, Dr Grant Ballard-Tremeer has been supporting clients with project formulation expertise for several years, across a range of climate funds, including the Green Climate Fund and Global Environment Facility.
Grant has deep experience working with clients in-country and remotely to formulate projects with lasting impacts, by thinking critically about how projects will achieve transformational change. He has conducted training both on-site and in countries across Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Europe, as well as online.
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E Co. is a London-based consultancy, uniquely specialised in designing low-carbon, climate-resilient projects and programmes. For over 20 years, we’ve been providing technical expertise to help our clients solve climate adaptation and mitigation challenges and access project funding. We assess markets, develop strategies and formulate projects to provide long-lasting solutions for vulnerable populations worldwide.
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This webinar is being conducted by E Co. Ltd, a specialist consulting firm. E Co. is conducting this webinar independently, and is not affiliated with the Green Climate Fund, the GCF Secretariat or other donors.
London-based consultancy, uniquely specialised in the design and formulation of low-carbon, climate-resilient projects and programmes.
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