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28.01.19
First EBRD funded Egyptian solar plant begins generation
30 MW connected to the grid in Benban solar park

30 MW connected to the grid in Benban solar park


24.01.19
EBRD supports largest windfarm in Ukraine
The EBRD is supporting energy security and reduced pollution in Ukraine by arranging a €150 million loan for the construction of a 250 MW windfarm in the Kherson region of southern Ukraine.

250 MW Syvash Wind Project to improve energy security, reduce CO2 emissions


23.01.19
What is shadow carbon pricing?
Why it matters for action on climate change

Why shadow carbon pricing is important in action against climate change


17.01.19
EBRD sets ambitious goals for 2019 as it steps up support for 2030 global development agenda

Bank investment in 2018 near record level with €9.5 billion


27.12.18
EBRD and FMO support renewable power generation in Ukraine
EBRD and FMO support renewable power generation in Ukraine

30MW solar plant will contribute to energy supply mix and security


24.12.18
EBRD and GEF make “greener” toys in Belarus

First Belarusian business joins the EBRD’s FINTECC programme


21.12.18
US$ 20 million financing to private Lebanese electricity provider BUTEC
US$ 20 million financing to private Lebanese electricity provider BUTEC

EBRD loan and GEF facility to support investment programme


14.12.18
EBRD and BSTDB support renewables in Ukraine
EBRD and BSTDB each provide loans of €18 million to finance renewables in Ukraine.

Three solar power plants with total capacity of 47 MW to be built


12.12.18
EBRD puts decarbonisation at centre of new energy sector strategy
EBRD closes door on financing of thermal coal mining and coal-fired electricity generation.

Board of Directors approves focus on electrification, renewables and a decisive shift away from hydrocarbons


10.12.18
Funding boost for innovative EBRD urban greening programme
EBRD Green Cities programme financing increases fourfold to almost €1 billion

EBRD Green Cities programme financing increases fourfold to almost €1 billion