The transaction will contribute to the objectives of TurSEFF III by supporting the "Green" and "Competitive" transition impact qualities towards building a green economy by facilitating the expansion of resource efficiency and renewable energy lending while building a more competitive financial sector through developing the internal capacity of the participating financial institutions for financing green economy projects in Turkey. The proceeds of the EBRD's investment will be used to on-lend to eligible companies to finance resource efficiency and small-scale renewable energy investments. The proposed transaction will be the eighth sub-project and AkLease's second under the Framework.
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