Sustainable energy facility launch event, awards


January 25, 2016





January 25, 2016




The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, in cooperation with the European Investment Bank, the European Union and the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources will promote sustainable energy financing in Turkey through the Mid-size Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (MidSEFF).

The launch event will also mark the third stage of financing for MidSEFF, which funds solar, hydropower, wind, geothermal and resource efficiency projects through Turkish banks, the bank said. The event will bring together senior representatives from the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, partner banks, private companies who have obtained financing under MidSEFF, and non-governmental organisations.

The gathering will take place on February 10 in hotel Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus. The event will be opened by Jean-Patrick Marquet, EBRD’s country director.

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