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First wind farms in Poland to benefit from EIB Green Loan

The EIB has signed a Green Loan for approximately 66 million euros to support the construction and operation of six medium-sized onshore wind farms in Poland.

ECA finds EU contributions for energy efficiency in businesses insufficient

The European Court of Auditors reports that the contributions made by EU funds to energy efficiency in businesses are likely to deliver a modest input to the EU’s objectives.

Government plans over 16 billion euros to transform Romania’s energy sector

The Romanian government is analysing the possibility of developing and transforming the energy sector through funds worth over 16 billion euros by 2030.

Western Balkans: an early coal exit will increase the share of the fund a country will receive

Western Balkan countries need a dedicated fund to ensure a just energy transition, suggests a new joint report by The Green Tank and CEE Bankwatch Network.

Dentons supports financing parties on onshore wind farms in Poland

Dentons advised the EBRD, DNB ASA and EKF on the financing for the acquisition, development and operation of the Grajewo and Sulmierzyce wind farms, located in Poland.

From words to actions: 6 energy trends to watch in CEE

Predictions say that global energy consumption will rise by 2.2% in 2022. After summarising the most important events of last year in CEE, let’s have a look at what to expect from the year that has just started.

Greece’s new projects on the green transition to bring the RRF over 6 billion euros

Greece included 55 new projects in the RRF worth 3.35 billion euros, following their approval by Alternate Finance Minister Theodoros Skylakakis.

EBRD and EU step up support for energy efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The EBRD and the EU are stepping up support for Bosnia and Herzegovina by providing a 6 million euros financial package to help it improve the energy efficiency of its public buildings

Bulgaria’s St Nikola wind farm receives 64 million euros for sustainable development

Bulgaria's largest wind facility, St Nikola wind farm received 64 million euros worth of credit from two separate donors, the EBRD and two commercial banks.

European Commission approves Latvia’s scheme to compensate energy-intensive companies

The European Commission has approved a Latvian scheme to partially compensate energy-intensive users for charges paid to support the financing of RES.

Polish PGE Energia Ciepła and KOGENERACJA to co-finance construction of two CHP plants

Polish PGE Energia Ciepła and the Wrocław Combined Heat and Power Plant Group KOGENERACJA will co-finance the construction of Combined Heat and Power plants in Siechnice and Zgierz.

Polish TAURON obtains over 100 mln euros loan for clean energy projects

TAURON has obtained approximately a 108 million euros loan from Erste Group which will be directed fully to energy efficiency and clean energy projects.

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