According to EBRD website, the project will provide financing for energy efficient public lighting investments, including amongst others street lighting and traffic lights. The framework supports the introduction of best available energy efficient technology (primarily LED) and of best practice in procuring performance based design, financing, installation, operation and maintenance of energy efficient solutions and where possible supporting private sector provision of low carbon public services (lighting).
For the technical cooperation, the assignments are: Preparatory Regulatory Support, Project scoping, Advisory support for PPPs for sub-projects and; PSC Contract preparation.
For the environmental and social aspect of this project, category will be determined for each subproject.
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