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Parties involved (public and private): Risen Energy (China) Co. Ltd. (The Developer), EBRD and Green Climate Fund (Lenders), Risen Energy (Hong Kong) Co. Ltd. (EPC Contractor), Financial Settlement Centre (the Offtaker).
The project entails financing of USD 30mm in Kazakh tenge equivalent from the EBRD and up to USD 10.4mm in US dollar and euro equivalents from the Clean Technology Fund, and a USD 12mm in KZT equivalent from the ADB to Baikonur Solar LLP, owned 51% by the United Green Group, a privately-owned strategic investment group, and 49% by a subsidiary of a Kazakh state-owned development fund, for the development, construction and operation of a ground-mounted fixed-installed solar photovoltaic power plant with a total capacity of up to 50MWp and an associated new substation in the Kyzylorda region of south Kazakhstan.
Two senior loans totaling up to EUR 243.5 million in local currency equivalent with a 6-year tenor (the ?Loans?) to the state-owned companies Intergas Central Asia JSC (KZT 53.9BN and EUR 100MM in Kazakh tenge equivalent) (?ICA?) and Kaz TransGas Aimak JSC (KZT 12.9BN) (?KTGA?), the Bank?s existing clients and fully owned subsidiaries of KazTransGas JSC (the ?Sponsor?, ?KTG?), the national gas operator of Kazakhstan.
Parties involved (public and private): Fotowatio Renewable Ventures B.V. (Developer), R2E2 Fund (on behalf of Republic of Armenia), EBRD and IFC (Lenders), CMEC (EPC), ENA (Off-taker)
Benban Solar Park is the largest park of its kind in Africa and one of the largest in the world housing 32 solar projects with a total capacity of 1,465 MWac helping to reduce the country?s CO2 emissions by more than 1.9 million tonnes per year.
A senior corporate loan of up to EUR 15 million to be divided into two parallel tranches (i) the EBRD tranche and (ii) a concessional tranche provided by the Green Energy Special Fund ("GESF"), a Special Fund established and administrated by the Bank with the contribution of the Taiwanese International Cooperation and Development Fund to support EBRD projects related to investments in efficient energy technologies
The project is initiated under Saudi Arabia?s Vision 2030 and National Industrial Development and Logistics Program (NIDLP) initiatives and is part of the Logistical and Land port infrastructure development program.
In order to construct sewage water treatment plant for areas in Al hasa Governorate that are not served
In the UAE, the complexity of the roads network requires close monitoring and high periodic maintenance activities to prevent the occurrence of sudden failures and to sustain the high quality of road infrastructure.
The UAE did not have federal guidelines for sustainability of road infrastructure; the initiative was started to ensure positive impact on the environment, the national economy, and society from these guidelines.
The UAE?s Federal roads network contains a diverse variety and large quantity of assets. Based on this, the MoEI has detected the need of a comprehensive system to manage and operate the maintenance activities with the highest efficiency.
Size: Capacity to produce up to500 KTA of Pure CO2 product (food grade)) Brownfield: Parties involved (public and private): private: Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) Relevant contractual details (type (concession, BOT, PPP etc
The program was initiated to develop industrial city in Sudair to support local investors and to attract international investment and to advance the national industry.
A project that that drastically cuts travel, transportation and freight times from one side of the Alps to the other along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor, one of the busiest freight routes, connecting Northern to Southern Europe.
UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure in collaboration with the University of Sharjah, intended to develop new asphalt binder specifications for the UAE to help mitigate the environmental impacts of climate change by building a climate model and running different Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) scenarios.