The way in which energy is produced and consumed in the world today has become unsustainable in economic, social and environmental terms. This is especially true in many developing countries where, despite sizable natural resources to produce clean energy, electrification is lower, and prices are systematically higher than in richer countries mainly due to lack of infrastructure and higher risks to investment.

GREENMAP is created to give response to this challenge at a global scale, endowing developing countries with proper regulatory and financial tools to attract long-term investments needed to deploy local renewable energy sources, while reducing retail energy prices, country CO2 emissions and creating new jobs.