International Finance Corporation

The International Finance Corporation’s IFC Catalyst Fund, Dutch-based FMO, and Switzerland’s SIFEM, have officially committed to the Armstrong South East Asia Clean Energy Fund third closing bring the total fund size to USD130 million.
Singapore-based Armstrong Asset Management says it is committing up to USD30 million from its South-East Asia Clean Energy Fund to finance an initial pipeline of solar photovoltaic (PV) and biogas power projects developed by Annex Power in Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia.
The International Finance Corp (IFC) has announced that it will lend USD70 million to green technology firm China Everbright International, to build three water plants in China.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has announced a USD1 million investment in Indian energy efficiency startup Ecolibrium Energy to develop technology which would help industrial and commercial enterprises to monitor and optimize their electricity use.
Armstrong Asset Management and IFC funding Thai solar plant
May 16, 2013
Singapore-based Armstrong Asset Management has received a fourth commitment of a USD20 million investment for its Armstrong South East Asia Clean Energy Fund from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), to add to its first close of USD65 million. The fund, a newly established, independent private-equity vehicle providing development capital to small-scale renewable energy and resource efficiency projects in Southeast Asia, is targeting a final close of USD150 million by August 2013.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), together with an unnamed international partner, will inject at least USD10 million into Chinese LED technology specialist Qingdao Jason Electric, a developer of deep ultraviolet LED technology for used in air and water purification and medical equipment sterilization.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), together with the Bank of Shanghai on Saturday launched a 500 million yuan (USD80 million) financing and advisory program to support energy-efficiency and renewable-energy projects among small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in China.
World Bank group member International Finance Corporation (IFC) has created a USD280 million IFC Catalyst Fund to address issues related to climate change.
Norway-based Aqualyng has secured an investment of USD12 million from the International Finance Corp (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, to construct seawater desalination projects in China to meet the growing demand for fresh water in the country.
Thailand's Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency has gained an undertaking from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to support its clean energy development.