FenElpi Partners are grateful for the support of the following institutions in making Infrastructure Investment Frontiers possible:
Oriental Consultant’s Global is Japan’s largest integrated engineering consulting firm. It provides solutions to some of the most complex infrastructural challenges around the world, focusing much of its business on the development of sustainable infrastructure in frontier economies. Having delivered over 3,000 projects in 150+ countries it combines deep knowledge and experience with a commitment to ensure infrastructure is always improving to better serve communities
The International Institute for Sustainable Development is a global thought-leader in the fields of human development and environmental sustainability. The independent think tank based between North America and Switzerland produces world-class research which impacts the economies and societies of over 100 countries. Their sustainable infrastructure finance portal offers a wealth of resources on the infrastructure challenges of frontier economies.
GRESB is the environmental, social and governance (ESG) benchmark for real assets. Working in collaboration with the industry, GRESB defines the global standard for sustainability performance of real estate and infrastructure portfolios worldwide.More than 90 institutional investors use GRESB data and analytical tools to engage with investment managers to enhance and protect shareholder value. GRESB Investor Members represent over USD 22 trillion in institutional capital.
GIB is a foundation based in Basel specializing in the design and financing of sustainable infrastructure. Focusing on emerging and developing countries it works with multiple stakeholders to develop key tools and services which can support the development of thriving infrastructure which enhances community resilience. As well as capacity building and tailored services the foundation has developed the GIB Standard for Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure and the GIB Resilience and Sustainability Credit Rating .
MWEZI is a private company working to accelerate the distribution of affordable “clean energy, health, wealth and education” services for last mile agricultural communities in Kenya. MWEZI is pioneering the integration of digital, cashless systems to empower out-grower farmers to secure sustainable livelihoods through greater shared value from the agricultural value chain. Through their 14 community distribution branches in rural Western Kenya they are developing a model of decentralized infrastructure which empowers the rural poor to affordably invest in reliable and productive assets.