According to the Bank's website, the project provides financing to the Republic of Turkey to fund energy efficiency upgrades in 200-250 public school buildings of Turkey. The project also envisages training opportunities for students to develop green skills.
Project investments include thermal insulation improvements, upgrades to heating and cooling systems, new energy efficient equipment, energy management system, renewable energy systems .as well as structural enhancements
Izzet Yerdes (Ministry of Treasury and Finance General Directorate of Foreign Economic Relations)
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