GEFF – National Bank of Egypt helps Egyptian businesses invest in high-performing technologies by providing financing through the National Bank of Egypt.
GEFF Egypt II helps Egyptian SMEs and households invest in high-performing technologies by providing financing through local Participating Financial Institutions.
Turkey Mid-Size Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (MidSEFF) is a credit line facility of up to €1.2 billion to Turkish participating financial institutions for on-lending to mid-size energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
Green Economy Financing Facility in Morocco is a credit line facility of up to €163.5 million to participating financing institutions in Morocco to on-lend to businesses investing in energy efficiency, renewable energy, green buildings, water saving, waste reduction and circular economy projects.
Residential Energy Efficiency Credit (REECL) is a credit line facility of up to €40 million to Bulgaria’s participating financial institutions for energy efficiency and renewable energy investments in the residential sector.
Morocco Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (MorSEFF) is a credit line facility of up to €110 million to participating financing institutions in Morocco to on-lend to businesses and Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) investing in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
Western Balkans Sustainable Financing Facility (WeBSEFF) is a credit line facility of up to €117 million to participating financial institutions in the Western Balkans to on-lend to businesses and municipalities investing in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
Turkish Residential Energy Efficiency Financing Facility was developed by the EBRD and supported by the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) and the EU (European Union) for financing energy efficiency investments at a residential level. TuREEFF comprised of US$ 300 million funding.
The EBRD together with the support of donors, has established the Green Value Chain (GVC), a EUR 40 million credit line to local Participating Financial Institutions (PFIs) to on-lend to Tunisian SMEs operating in value chains for their investment in high-performing equipment that integrate energy, water and resource efficiency.
Green Economy Financing Facility (GEFF) in Moldova is a credit line facility of up to €20 million to participating financing institutions in Moldova to on-lend to private sector sub-borrowers for investment in green technologies and services supporting Green Economy Transition (“GET technologies and services”) across the residential, agricultural, industrial and commercial sectors.