Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jan 5, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Jan 2, 2023
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According to the bank's disclosure, the multiple beneficiary intermediated loan (MBIL) is intended to support the sustainability and climate action strategy of ICO, the Spanish National Promotional Bank, as well as the financing of Midcaps.
The investments will generate environmental benefits in terms of reduction of air pollutants and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, ultimately helping to mitigate climate change. They are expected to have limited social and environmental impacts and any such impact is expected to be mitigated. The EIB will assess the capacity and procedures of the financial intermediary to ensure compliance with the national and European legislation.
The loan will support the development of renewable energy projects in Spain, thus contribute to both national and EU's renewable energy targets.
The majority of the schemes are expected to be developed by private entities/promoters that are not subject to EU Procurement Directives. For those schemes where public procedures would apply, the financial intermediary will be required to confirm that procurement is carried out in line with the requirements for public sector projects under the relevant national and EU legislation.
No contact information was published at the time of disclosure.
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