The facility is designed to help Romanian households invest in energy efficiency, renewable energy and water-saving solutions. Borrowers will be able to choose off-the-shelf green solutions and receive free technical advice on tailor-made low-energy solutions for complex investments.
Banca Transilvania is the first local lender to join the framework and has received a €40 million loan for on-lending to households, housing associations and service providers for energy-saving investments. The TaiwanICDF, which is in charge of Taipei China’s overseas development programme, has contributed US$ 12 million to the loan.
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