According to bank provided information, IFC is supporting the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (COE) to improve efficiency of energy and water services and conceptualize projects that can attract private sector expertise and finance. Specifically, IFC is providing customized advisory services aimed at supporting COE in addressing non-revenue water (NRW) and commercial energy losses; sourcing of power from Independent Power Producers (IPPs); prioritizing smart city solutions that can improve energy and water services; and integrate climate-friendly and green solutions into the city’s planning.
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