While grants are a critical part of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda, they are not the only way to accelerate development.
Impact investment is investment that intentionally seeks a measurable social or environmental impact in addition to a financial return.
Unlike traditional philanthropy, this alternative to market investment, in addition to offering an economic return, allows multiplying the social impact; the return of capital allows reinvestment, thus reaching more people and/or projects in need of funds. Therefore this type of investment is consolidated as one of the basic tools to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals present in the 2030 Agenda.
For this reason, in 2020 EKI Foundation seeks to mobilize public-private capital for energy access projects. In this way, it facilitates unlocking funds for people who otherwise would not have access to affordable financing.
If you are interested in generating a positive social and environmental impact by contributing to achieve the SDG7 of clean and affordable energy while obtaining a financial gain, do not hesitate to contact us: