According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing for the development, construction and operation of a wind farm near the town of Ovidiopol. This is part of the parent project: Ukrainian Sustainable Energy Lending Facility III.
According to the Bank's website, the project will not be associated with any physical displacement and the turbines are located away from residential areas.
A Non-Technical Summary has been developed for the Project but is not available on the original disclosure web page.
The project financing will be complemented by approximately €24.5mn of parallel loans provided by other development finance institutions.
Ovid Wind LLC is a special purpose vehicle incorporated in Ukraine for the purpose of developing, constructing and operating the project. The company is ultimately owned and controlled by Guris Holding A.S. ve Istirakleri.
Guris Insaat ve Muhendislik A.S. is the main operating entity of the Holding.
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF EBRD
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