Original disclosure @ EBRD website
Updated in EWS Feb 25, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Feb 8, 2023
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Provision of up to EUR 170 million for Window III under the second Green Cities Framework ('GrCF2 WIII'), to support investments related to Green Cities where sub-projects will benefit from InvestEU Guarantees.
The overarching aim of the GrCF2 is to continue to serve as a sector-wide catalyst for addressing climate and environmental challenges at the city level. This will be achieved through preparation and subsequent implementation of Green City Action Plans ("GCAP"). GCAP methodology takes a systematic approach to identifying, benchmarking, prioritising and guiding green city actions by cities.
The GrCF2 WIII will consist of public (non - sovereign) and private loans, in an aggregate amount of up to EUR 170 million, supported by a InvestEU Guarantee of up to EUR 20 million.
The GrCF2 will benefit from co-financing and technical cooperation assignments, funded primarily through the InvestEU Advisory Hub, to support preparation and implementation of sub-projects.
The Clients under GrCF2 Window III will include municipalities, municipally owned utility companies, private companies, state owned enterprises, and other sub-sovereign entities supporting green city investments, for the purpose of investing in green urban infrastructure
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