EBRD to aim for a majority of green investments by 2025
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is reinforcing its position as a leader in green finance with an ambitious plan to broaden and deepen its climate activities and become a majority green bank by 2025.

At Annual Meeting, governors approve ambitious green plan within five-year strategy

The Prince of Wales urges business leaders to move faster on climate change
The Prince of Wales opened the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s 29th Annual Meeting on Wednesday with a powerful pre-recorded video message.

The Prince of Wales tells EBRD AM world must reach net-zero carbon before 2050

'This is already a momentous meeting in the Bank’s history'
Chair of the EBRD Board of Governors Nadia Calvino speaks to the 2020 Annual Meeting

Chair of the Board of Governors Nadia Calvino's speech to the EBRD 2020 Annual Meeting

EBRD Head sets out plan for resilient, “majority green” future

Bank fully focused on guiding its regions to robust post-Covid future

The EBRD always rises to and meets the challenges of the hour
EBRD Acting President Jurgen Rigterink records his speech to the 2020 Annual Meeting

Acting President Jürgen Rigterink's speech to the EBRD 2020 Annual Meeting

Watch: EBRD 2020 Annual Meeting

Watch the Board of Governors Opening Session

EBRD and EU finance solid waste management in western Ukraine

€36.5m package to trigger Green Cities Programme in Khmelnytskyi region

EBRD supports largest renewable energy project in Greece to date
Funds to finance new solar PV plants built in the most coal-dependent region of the country.

€75 million bond investment for 18 photovoltaic plants in north of the country

EBRD newsletter - Friday 02 October

A digest of recent news from the EBRD

EBRD acquires minority stake in Lithuania’s Ignitis Group

Investment of €67.5 million in IPO of one of the largest Baltic green energy firms