The Capital City, Nairobi

Nairobi Is The Capital City Of Kenya, Its Considered A Business Hub For East And Central Africa

 

Ngong Hills Wind Farm

A wind-powered power station in Kenya

 

Turkwel Dam

The Turkwel Hydroelectric Power Station, also Turkwel Dam, is an arch dam on the Turkwel River

 

Geothermal Energy

Kenya Among World's Largest Generators Of Geothermal Energy

 

Green Innovations

Inter & Intra City Electric Tram

 

Smart Agriculture

Drip Irrigation Technologies

 

Tree Planting Exercise

President Uhuru Kenyatta Waters a Tree He Planted at Kenyatta National Hospital

 

Clean Transportation

Automobile Propelled by Electric Motors

Climate Finance Unit

The Climate Finance Unit is under the Financial and Sectoral Affairs Department of the National Treasury. The Unit is responsible for coordinating all climate finance actions in the country. Specifically, the Unit undertakes, among others, the following:

  • Review and analyze policies related to climate finance, climate change and green economy;
  • Conduct institutional capacity building to various stakeholders especially county government officers on matters related to climate finance;
  • Operationalizing the work of the National Treasury as the National Designated Authority (NDA) for the Green Climate Fund (GCF);
  • Reviewing and preparing the nomination / no objection letters for entities (sub-national, national or regional, public and private) seeking accreditation by the GCF;
  • Implementing the no-objection procedure on funding proposals and concept notes submitted to the GCF by the Accredited Entities;
  • Capacity building the National Implementing Entities (NIEs) and Executing Entities (EEs) to the GCF on climate finance related issues including development of project pipelines and source of finances;
  • Preparation and contribution to the regular reports and briefs on outputs and outcomes as required;
  • Engaging in climate finance/resource mobilization activities.