Climate change is a complex problem that has consequences in all spheres of existence on our planet. Using clean, renewable energy is one of the most important actions which reduce the impact on the environment.
  • Renewable energy resources like wind and solar power generate electricity with little or no pollution. Solar, wind, geothermal, hydro, and biomass are common sources of renewable energy.
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  • Energy efficiency is considered as the least expensive means of increasing energy supply.
Over the years, Dawn Consulting has actively mentored Clean Energy and Renewable energy projects across Asia and Africa and assisted them in project funding. These projects cover wind energy, solar energy, LED lighting, energy efficiency, clean energy green buildings, eco tourism and waste management. We have focused on Innovative Financing and on Technology Transfer of Clean Energy projects to mitigate Climate Change. We work towards bridging the gap between investments and clean energy businesses.

We have actively participated in Investors meets and clean energy workshops in Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Johannesburg, Singapore and Tokyo. Many of the Projects mentored by us have won the best business plan award at Investors meets. Dawn Consulting was the Regional Coordinator for Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing-3 (AFCEF 3) held in Singapore in February 2013.

Currently Dawn Consulting is working on project “CTI PFAN Network Expansion and Scale-up in India”.
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Climate Technology Initiative - Private Financing Advisory Network (CTI - PFAN) is a multilateral, public-private partnership initiated by the CTI in cooperation with the UNFCCC Expert Group on Technology Transfer. PFAN identifies promising clean energy projects at an early stage and provides mentoring for development of a business plan, investment pitch, and growth strategy, significantly enhancing the possibility of financial closure.
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We are associated with The Global Alliance for Clean Cook stoves.
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