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Watch LIVE Western Balkans GEFF Award Ceremony

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September 28, 2021

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Starting at 11 am CET at our portal, you can watch the LIVE Western Balkans Green Economy Financing Facility Award Ceremony. Our host, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and its partners invite you to join them in celebrating the results that the GEFF facility has achieved during the last four years. 

 

For more information about the event, you can read EBRD to present results of Energy Efficiency Financing Programme for Western Balkans or an interview with the EBRD, Energy Community, and Western Balkan Investment Framework’s representatives. They are summarizing the key Facility’s results, sharing the lessons learned and plans for further steps.

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