Danish Climate Investment Fund

The Danish Climate Investment Fund (KIF) has a dual purpose. Firstly, it will contribute to reducing climate impacts and global warming by investing in projects that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Secondly, the fund will invest in projects that will promote the transfer of Danish technology, thereby supporting Denmark’s leading position in this expanding market in developing countries and emerging markets. Its technology/sector focus is on small hydropower, geothermal, wind, solar, and biomass energy. The Fund offers risk capital and advice for climate investments in developing countries and emerging markets in Asia, Africa, Latin America and parts of Europe.

Support provider 
Purpose of support 
Project and program implementation
Information on how to...

Companies can use the "ARE YOU READY FOR A MEETING" section at the fund's website to see if they qualify for investment from the fund. If qualify, the fund will contact the company directly.

Climate objective 
Sectors and themes 
Energy efficiency, Renewable Energy
Type of support provider 
Type of recipient 
Public entity at the national level
Fund size 

The Danish Climate Investment Fund (KIF) is a public-private partnership with total committed capital of DKK 1.3bn.

Co-financing required 
Trustee or administrator 
IFU - Investment Fund for Developing Countries
Contact information 
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