According to IFC website, the Government of Ukraine has established the Energy Efficiency Fund (EEF) to support energy efficient (EE) modernization of Ukraine’s residential housing stock. To support the EEF, IFC has launched a comprehensive advisory services project (the Project) that aims to support the EEF, manage donors’ contributions and create a market environment conducive for facilitating energy efficient renovation of multi-family buildings in Ukraine. The Project aims to support the EEF in disbursing grants to approximately 5,900 homeowners’ associations (HOAs) to co-finance energy efficient renovation in their multi-family buildings facilitating total investment of about $235 million.
It is expected that by the year 2023 the Project will facilitate at least $235 million of investment into energy efficient renovation of multi-family buildings in Ukraine. These investments are expected to result in energy efficiency improvements in about 5,900 buildings and direct emissions reductions of about 490,000 tons of CO2 per year.
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