PIDG has founded a range of specialised financing and project development subsidiaries designed to overcome the obstacles to generating private sector investment in infrastructure projects in poor countries. As new obstacles emerge, our companies respond with custom-made solutions.
If you are interested in financing for an infrastructure project please contact the PIDG company that is most relevant directly. The investment policies and contact details for each of the PIDG companies are provided below.
DevCo, managed by the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation, provides critical financial support for structuring transactions to facilitate sustainable private sector participation in infrastructure in poorer developing countries.
Green Africa Power
Green Africa Power (GAP) has been set up to stimulate private investment in renewable energy in Africa by acting as a long term source of financing and policy support to projects.
GuarantCo provides guarantees to lenders to support local currency finance for infrastructure projects in low-income countries, promoting domestic infrastructure financing and capital market development.
Infrastructure Crisis Facility – Debt Pool provides direct finance to infrastructure projects in emerging economies. The Fund is available to all private infrastructure projects originated by International Financial Institutions.
InfraCo Africa is an infrastructure development facility, which has been designed to assume the risks and costs of early-stage project development in the lower income countries in Africa.
InfraCo Asia is an infrastructure development and investment company which aims to stimulate greater private sector investment in infrastructure in South and South East Asia’s emerging economies.
Technical Assistance Facility
The Technical Assistance Facility (TAF) is a pool of funding within the PIDG Trust to assist PIDG companies to support capacity building and to help scope out potential investment opportunities.
The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund
The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) is a Public Private Partnership able to provide long-term debt or mezzanine finance on commercial terms to finance the construction and development of private infrastructure