Renewable Resources

Two men with hard hats in the middle of solar panels

OPIC participates in other U.S. Government initiatives to promote the development of renewable resources around the world:

U.S. Africa Clean Energy Finance Initiative (ACEF) OPIC, together with the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, and the U.S. Agency for International Development, is helping jumpstart private sector investment in clean energy projects in Africa by providing funding for early stage project development costs. Read more

Clean Energy Finance Facility for the Caribbean and Central America (CEFF-CAA)
CEFF-CCA is an innovative, collaborative financing mechanism that brings together U.S. government expertise and resources in order to catalyze greater public and private sector investment in clean energy infrastructure in the Caribbean and Central America. Read more

U.S.-Africa Clean Energy Development and Finance Center In 2012, OPIC, together with the U.S. Trade and Development Agency and Export-Import Bank of the United States, opened this center in South Africa to provide a coordinated approach to clean energy project development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Read more

U.S.-Asia Pacific Comprehensive Energy Partnership OPIC will provide up to $1 billion in financing for sustainable power and energy infrastructure projects in Asia as part of the U.S. Government’s $6 billion commitment to support energy development in the region. Learn more

Feed the Future Many of OPIC’s clean water and sustainable agriculture projects support the Obama Administration’s Feed the Future global hunger and food security initiative which aims to help countries transform their own agriculture sectors so tht they have the capacity to produce enough food to feed growing populations. Learn more

U.S. Water Partnership OPIC is a part of the U.S. Water Partnership, a U.S. State Department Program to facilitate increased access to water in developing countries, partly by supporting investment in international water projects. Learn more