This project provides financing to Kremenchuzka Municipalna Energoservisna Kompanya, a municipal energy management company of the city of Kremenchuk set up to manage energy saving projects in public buildings in the city. This project finances energy efficiency measures in 66 public buildings, including 38 kindergartens, 23 schools and 5 hospitals.
Financing provided by the EBRD is being complemented by a concessional loan from the Clean Technology Fund.
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2 Peremogy Sq., Kremenchuk, 39600, Ukraine
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