New platform launched to improve donor coordination in Energy Community

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May 17, 2018






May 17, 2018





The Energy Community (EnC) Donor Coordination Platform has been launched by the community’s Secretariat as the first online platform to feature the key donor programs across all the EnC Contracting Parties and observer countries, according to a statement from the Secretariat.

The main purpose of the platform, which covers all sectors included in the EnC Treaty, is to ensure better donor coordination and information sharing.

By providing the key program information via a simple and easy-to-use search system, the Energy Community Donor Coordination Platform allows donors to avoid duplication and overlaps, thus maximizing synergies and the overall benefits of the country beneficiaries.

To keep the platform as up to date as possible, International Financial Institutions and donors are invited to submit information about new projects and programs.

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