NEFCO is an international financial institution established by the five Nordic countries. NEFCO finances investments and projects primarily in Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova and Belarus as well as climate projects across the world. NEFCO's main focus is to generate positive environmental effects of interest to the Nordic region.
The City of Lviv is co-operating with financial institutions to boost energy efficiency and save money. Some 550 municipally owned buildings are waiting to be refurbished.
The municipality and the county administrative board of Jönköping in Sweden will arrange a seminar on 3 September concerning how to combine water conservation and manuring of fields.
The World Water Week, organised by SIWI will convene in Stockholm 31 August - 5 September.
HELCOM's 46th meeting of the Heads of Delegation will convene in Helsinki 16 September.
A conference on the future of bioenergy and the forest energy markets will take place in Helsinki 16-17 September.
NEFCO's Board of Directors will convene in Kiev, Ukraine 24-25 September.
An annual seminar on the ecologial state of the Baltic Sea will be arranged 2 October in Stockholm by the Swedish Environmental Research Institute. Senior Manager Karl-Johan Lehtinen from NEFCO will deliver a presentation at the event.
This biggest event for the Nordic cleantech industry will take place in Lahti, Finland 27-28 October.
NEFCO and the Belarusian company OJSC Keramika have signed a loan agreement to modernise the company’s energy supply system. NEFCO will provide EUR 500,000 for the project from its Cleaner Production Facility.
NEFCO assumed the chairmanship for the Northern Dimension Environmental Partnership (NDEP) from 1 July. NEFCO will manage the activities of the Steering Group, which is responsible for coordinating environmental development projects in the Northern Dimension Area of Northwest Russia and Northern Belarus.
Nordic Environment Finance Corporation has as the facility manager of the NEFCO Norwegian Carbon Procurement Facility (NorCaP) decided to close its procurement of CERs under the first Call for Proposals.