NEFCO and the city of Chuhuiv have signed a grant agreement aimed at investing in energy-efficiency measures in a school and a day-care centre. The project will be financed by the Nordic Energy Efficiency and Humanitarian Support Initiative for Ukraine (NIU).
The funding programme DemoUkrainaDH has selected new project partners in the Ukrainian cities of Dniprodzerzhynsk and Pavlohrad and approved a second project in Poltava for further preparation.
A newly released report provides guidance on how to support waste management related climate mitigation in developing countries. The report was prepared in conjunction with an international workshop named “Helping Cities to create bankable projects for municipal solid waste management”.
NEFCO has signed two new grant agreements with the cities of Pavlohrad and Kramatorsk in Eastern Ukraine in order to promote energy efficiency investments. Both projects are financed by the Nordic Energy Efficiency and Humanitarian Support Initiative for Ukraine (NIU). The fund is administered by NEFCO and funded by the Nordic countries.
The Credit Committee for the Nordic Project Fund (Nopef) has approved financing for eleven new projects. The total value of these grants is approx. EUR 352,000. Financing is granted for feasibility studies that explore, through Nordic companies, the possibilities of establishing operations internationally in the face of steadily growing competition.
NEFCO has signed new loan agreements with six Ukrainian municipalities in order to promote energy efficiency investments in the cities of Sumy, Chernivisti, Cherkasy, Berdychiv, Kolomyia and Komsomolsk. The upcoming projects will pave the way for investments in the installation of new LED street lights as well as a number of measures aimed at refurbishing public buildings such as pre-schools and schools.