According to the Bank's website, this project finances the rehabilitation and modernisation of district heating infratstructure in the city of Kyiv. The operations will be carried out by the municipal enterprise, Kyivteploenergo CR.
This project aims to provide efficient operation of the existing combined heat and power plants and boiler houses in the city of Kyiv and improve the reliability of heat transportation. This project will also involve pre-signing preparatory technical cooperation and post-signing project implementation support consultation.
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