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GSR 2015

RENEWABLES 2015 GLOBAL STATUS REPORT 11 Allison Archambault (Earth Spark International) Manik M. Jolly (Grassroots and Rural Innovative Development PVT. LTD, GRID India) Francis Kemausuor (Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST) Lâl Marandin (Producción de Energía Limpia Centroamericana de Nicaragua, PELICAN) Gifty Serwaa Mensah (Energy Center, Kwame Nkrumah University, KNUST) Debajit Palit (The Energy and Resources Institute, TERI) Fabio Rosa (Terra) Fabrice Fouodji Toche (Global Village Cameroon) ■■ REGIONAL CO-AUTHORS (DISTRIBUTED RENEWABLE ENERGY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES) Joy S. Clancy (University of Twente / ENERGIA) Christopher Dent (University of Leeds) Zuzana Dobrotkova Rabia Ferroukhi (IRENA) Sarah Leitner Mackay Miller (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, NREL) Michael Renner (Worldwatch Institute) Neil Veilleux (Meister Consultants Group) ■■ SIDEBAR AUTHORS Central and Eastern Europe Ulrike Radosch (Austrian Energy Agency, enerCEE) Eastern and Southern Africa Mark Hankins, Dennis Kibira, Karin Sosis (African Solar Designs); Joseph Ngwawi (Southern Africa Research and Development Centre, SARDC) ECOWAS Contributors to the ECOWAS Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Status Report (produced by REN21) Latin America and Caribbean Gonzalo Bravo (Fundación Bariloche); Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho (Inter-American Development Bank, IDB) Middle East and North Africa Tarek Abdul Razek (Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, RCREEE) Pacific Countries Mina Weydahl (United Nations Development Programme, UNDP) Sub-Saharan Africa Detlef Loy (Loy Energy Consulting) ■■ LEAD REGIONAL CONTRIBUTORS The Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment report (GTR), formerly Global Trends in Sustainable Energy Investment, was first published by the Frankfurt School -UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance in 2011. This annual report was produced previously (starting in 2007) under UNEP’s Sustainable Energy Finance Initiative (SEFI). It grew out of efforts to track and publish comprehensive information about international investments in renewable energy. The latest edition of this authoritative annual report tells the story of the most recent developments, signs, and signals in the financing of renewable power and fuels. It explores the issues affecting each type of investment, technology, and type of economy. The GTR is produced jointly with Bloomberg New Energy Finance and is the sister publication to the REN21 Renewables Global Status Report (GSR). The latest edition was released in March 2015 and is available for download at www.fs-unep-centre.org. Note: Some individuals have contributed in more than one way to this report. To avoid listing contributors multiple times, they have been added to the group where they provided the most information. In most cases, the lead country, regional, and topical contributors also participated in the Global Status Report (GSR) review and validation process.

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