In policies and projects to support the energy transition, and the move toward a globally-connected, tech-focused future, one topic is coming up again and again: infrastructure. More specifically, the global infrastructure financing gap - the difference between the required infrastructure investments and the public, private and international resources made available to meet that need. In developing countries alone, the UN puts that figure at US $1-1. 5 trillion.
Closing the gap, and doing so sustainably, will only become more important in the coming years. But the question is, how?