Project submission

SCF seek projects in scalable infrastructure in high growth developing regions with identified local need.
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Welcome to the Project Submission Platform!
Kindly read the information below before submitting your project.
Eligibility criteria
  • The project is located in a beneficiary country
  • The projects target one or more of our following sectors of activities: Sustainable Energy Solutions, Waste and Water Management and Nature-based Solutions.
  • The expected total capital contribution by the SCF for the project is between 5 to 75 M USD
  • Replicability and scalability of investments
  • Returns on investment
  • The project does not fall under the Exclusion List in the SCF ESMS
  • The project is a “greenfield” project where the capital contribution will support new activities, improvements, and constructions.
  • The project is expected to contribute positively to climate action (SDG 13) and positively contribute to at least two other SDGs.
  • The project aligns with the host country’s Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement.
  • The environmental risk is limited ; Limited ES Risk.
Process
1.
The Applicant submits a project proposal
2.
The SCF reviews the formal application*
*If the SCF judges the project submitted as investment ready, it could orient the applicant directly to the phase n°7.
3.
The SCF evaluates the request for feasibility study
4.
The SCF and applicant agree on conditions and the terms of reference (TOR) of the Technical Assistance to be provided
5.
The contract is signed between SCF and the Applicant
6.
The SCF Technical Assistance performs the feasability study
7.
The project is submitted to the SCF Fund
8.
The SCF negociate with the Applicant the term sheet
9.
The negociated term sheet is submitted to the investment comittee
Criteria of Selection
The project will be evaluated and selected based on the following criteria:
  • Context
  • ESMS
  • Positive Impact
  • Technical
  • Legal
  • Economical
  • Additionality
  • Risk
  • Counterparties