Original disclosure @ EBRD website
Updated in EWS Feb 21, 2018
Disclosed by Bank Apr 6, 2017
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According to EBRD website, the project will aim to contribute to the green economy markets in Bosnia and Herzegovina by (i) increasing awareness, as well as capacity and involvement, of the population and private sector participants in residential green economy investments, (ii) improving living comfort and affordability of utilities for households, (iii) strengthening local production and supply base for green technologies and materials, and eventually (iv) delivering sizeable resource savings in the key energy consuming sector of the Bosnian economy.
will address the residential sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is expected to stimulate the growth of the market for green technologies and materials across the country. The project is expected to demonstrate the positive benefits of resource conservation and promote the expansion of green lending to individual households and their collectives in a sector characterised by a relatively high energy and carbon intensity. It will demonstrate to other banks the market potential for green lending and foster the mobilisation of the private sector financing for the currently underserved residential sector. Financing under the Facility will be complemented with targeted incentive payments, Technical Cooperation, as well as a wide-reaching awareness campaign to alleviate affordability, information and other prevailing barriers and further underpin the market demand for high-performance solutions.
Project Contact: Jasminka Bajic
Email Address: email@example.com
Telephone No.: +387 (51) 243 296
Office Address: Marije Bursac 7 Banja Luka, 78000 Bosnia and Herzegovina
General enquiries to EBRD:
Telephone No.: +44 20 7338 7168
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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