MED-ENEC - Energy Efficiency in the Construction Sector in the Mediterranean

MED-ENEC -

External cooperation programmes - European Commission

Database

Finance Database Reference

A central source for the MED-ENEC finance database (data sheets on financing instruments) has been the study ‘MEDA Finance 2010’, providing information on a multitude of instruments relevant for the region (all sectors, not only EE/RE). MEDA Finance 2010 was co-financed by the EU Invest-in-Med programme (www.invest-in-med.eu). Invest in MED is funded by the European Union and implemented by the MedAlliance consortium, which associates EuroMed economic development organisations (ANIMA, union of investment organisations, ASCAME, union of Mediterranean chambers, EUROCHAMBRES, union of European Chambers, and BUSINESSMED, union of industrial federations).

The selection and additional research by MED-ENEC on relevance for EE/RE, description of the programs and further details (e.g. additional information required in the MED-ENEC datasheet template under the categories ‘type of financing’, ‘type of measures/technologies’, ‘financing range’, ‘description and conditions’) is based on information given on the websites of the respective financing institutions and from the other sources indicated in Annex II of the MED-ENEC study.

Any information from this database can be used or copied with the condition that MED-ENEC and MEDA Finance are mentioned as the source and the www.med-enec.eu web portal is quoted.

Name of Financing Organisationsort icon Type of Financing Organisation Country City
World Bank (WB): International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) Development bank United States of America Washington, DC
Union for the Mediterranean (UFM): InfraMed Investment Fund France Paris
Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo - AECID) Development Agency Spain Madrid
SOFID - Sociedade para o Financiamento do Desenvolvimento Company Portugal Lisboa
SME Fund II Development Fund Syria Damascus
SGAM Capital Investissement Kantara Commercial Bank France Paris
Saudi Fund for Development Development Fund Saudi Arabia Riyadh
PROPARCO Development bank France Paris
Private Sector Investment (PSI) Government Organisation Netherlands The Hague
Neighbourhod Investment Facility (NIF) Government Organisation EU EU
National Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Action (NEEREA) Government Organisation Lebanon Beirut
Moroccan Infrastructure Fund Development Fund Morocco Casablanca
Malaz Group Private Institution Saudi Arabia Riyadh
KfW IPEX-Bank Development bank Germany Frankfurt am Main
Jordan Enterprise Development Cooperation Government Organisation Jordan Amman
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Development Agency Japan Nibancho, ChiyodaKu, Tokyo,
Islamic Development Bank: Unit Investment Fund (UIF) Investment Fund Saudi Arabia Jeddah
Islamic Development Bank (IDB): Awqaf Development bank Saudi Arabia Jeddah
Invest in Med Development and/or Climate Fund France Marseille
International Finance Corporation (IFC) Development bank United States of America Washington, DC
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) Development bank United States of America Washington, DC
Industrial Modernization Centre (IMC) Development Agency Egypt Cairo
Industrial Modernization Centre (IMC) Other Egypt Cairo
Global Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Fund (GEEREEF) Other Luxembourg Luxembourg
Global Climate Protection Fund Development and/or Climate Fund Germany Berlin
German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Government Organisation Germany Berlin
Finnfund Development Fund Finland Helsinki
European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) Government Organisation EU Brussels
European Investment Bank (EIB) Development bank Luxembourg Luxembourg
EuroENPI South II Development and/or Climate Fund Lebanon Beirut
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