According to the Bank's website, the aim of the Project is to develop new areas of “green finance” in Ukraine through the following three objectives:
1) building internal capacities of financial institutions for green energy finance,
2) building market awareness for green energy finance,
3) facilitating green finance instruments (such as green bonds), engaging key stakeholders in development of access to green capital and facilitating the use of International Finance Corporation’s own dedicated green finance instruments.
The Project expects to bring about permanent change in Ukraine in three main ways. First, it will generate supply for SEF products through advisory services to financial institutions and possible investment. Second, it will stimulate demand for these products by engaging SMEs to demonstrate the effectiveness of sustainable energy products. And third, it will work with FIs, vendors, and other stakeholders to increase their capacity for green finance facilitation.
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