DEVELOP BANKABLE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS

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DEVELOP BANKABLERENEWABLE ENERGYPROJECTS

IRENA PROJECT NAVIGATORExplore online resources to solvesome of the most challenging issuesin renewable energy project developmentRegister for free: irena.org/navigatorPhotograph: General Electric

IRENA PROJECT NAVIGATORThe International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has developedProject Navigator, a platform providing comprehensive, easily accessible, andpractical information, tools and guidance to assist in the development of bankablerenewable energy ble energy projectguidelines with tools andtemplatesInteractiveonline workspace todevelop bankableproject proposalsCuratedsearch engine ofrenewable energyfinancing instrumentsDE VE LO P BA N KA BLE RE N E WA BLE E N E RG Y P R O JE CTS3

BANKABLE PROJECT DEVELOPMENTThe IRENA Project Navigator enables project stakeholders to avoid pitfalls that canjeopardise project success and helps to reduce the gap between project developmentactivities and financial closing through practical deployment mechanisms.Simplified access tofinancing instrumentsIndustry-provenproject developmentbest practices50 project tools,models and templatesDevelop a project with IRENA Project NavigatorThe deployment of renewable energy can be challenging if projects do not meetcertain standards to obtain the necessary financial support.Dolf Gielen, Director of the IRENA Innovation and Technology CenterBankable project proposals typically include: A strong feasibility study showinghigh probability of success A tailored financial model indicatingadequate future cash flows A superior risk mitigation plan,where mitigation measures areimplemented and risks are allocatedto appropriate partiesBankable project proposals4DEVELOP BAN KA B L E R ENEWA B L E E NER GY P R O J E C TS

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT FACILITATIONThe IRENA Project Navigator supports the deployment of renewable energy byenabling projects to access financing more efficiently and by supporting investorsand financiers to build stronger renewable energy project portfolios.The Project Navigator along with other IRENA platforms such as the SustainableEnergy Marketplace and the Global Atlas, enables policy makers to increase financingflows towards renewable energy projects, strengthen the national project developmentbase and disseminate best practices for renewable energy project development.BENEFITS OF THE PLATFORMThe IRENA Project Navigator provides practical support to project stakeholdersto overcome challenges in renewable energy project development:PROJECT DEVELOPERSINVESTORS & FINANCIERSPOLICY MAKERS Prepare bankableproject proposals Facilitate the efficientuse of funds Strenghten projectdevelopment capacitythrough trainings Understandproject timelinesand developmentapproaches Provide objectivecriteria to define specificbankability requirements Enhance stakeholders'awareness of their roleand relevance ina project lifecycle Identify criticalproject risks and theirmitigation Lower transaction costswith technology-specificproject bankabilitychecklists Provide transparentcriteria to definerenewable energysupport mechanismsDE VE LO P BA N KA BLE RE N E WA BLE E N E RG Y P R O JE CTS5

HOW IT WORKSThe IRENA Project Navigator is a free online platform where project stakeholderscan design, develop, and finance renewable energy projects. With a single emailregistration, the platform provides: Project guidance for major renewable energytechnologies including solar, wind, bioenergy,geothermal, hydro and ocean technologies; State-of-the-art guidelines prepared by IRENA withindustry experts to understand how to develop arenewable energy project; A variety of tools, models, and templates availableto strengthen a project proposal; An interactive workspace to improve bankableproject proposals; A search engine to find financing instrumentsrelevant for specific project configurations.SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATESPutting best practices into action, IRENA regularly organises trainingworkshops and webinars based on the IRENA Project Navigator for Caribbean,African, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, South China Sea and Pacific islands.Project developers in small island developing states (SIDS) can apply best practicesto transform their power sectors with renewable energy and address the challengesof affordable energy and climate change.Supporting the IRENA‘s SIDS Lighthouse initiative6DEVELOP BAN KA B L E R ENEWA B L E E NER GY P R O J E C TS

IRENA PROJECT NAVIGATORFind critical information, tools and templatescovering the complete project lifecycle of renewable energy projectsStart exploring: irena.org/navigator

PROJECT NAVIGATORirena.org/navigatorCopyright IRENA 2018Unless otherwise stated, material in this publication may be freely used, shared, copied, reproduced, printed and/or stored, provided that appropriateacknowledgement is given of IRENA as the source and copyright holder. Material in this publication that is attributed to third parties may be subject to separateterms of use and restrictions, and appropriate permissions from these third parties may need to be secured before any use of such material.DisclaimerThis publication and the material herein are provided “as is”. All reasonable precautions have been taken by IRENA to verify the reliability of the material in thispublication. However, neither IRENA nor any of its officials, agents, data or other third-party content providers provides a warranty of any kind, either expressedor implied, and they accept no responsibility or liability for any consequence of use of the publication or material herein.The information contained herein does not necessarily represent the views of the Members of IRENA. The mention of specific companies or certain projects orproducts does not imply that they are endorsed or recommended by IRENA in preference to others of a similar nature that are not mentioned. The designationsemployed and the presentation of material herein do not imply the expression of any opinion on the part of IRENA concerning the legal status of any region,country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of frontiers or boundaries.Photographs used are from Shutterstock unless otherwise indicated.w w w. i r e n a . o r g

50 project tools, models and templates Develop a project with IRENA Project Navigator Industry-proven project development best practices BANKABLE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT The IRENA Project Navigator enables project stakeholders to avoid pitfalls that can jeopardise project success and helps to reduce the gap between project development

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