Climate Change Mitigation | Advisory Services
The energy problem is widespread with almost a billion people still without access to electricity. The energy demand is projected to almost double in the Asia and Pacific region by 2030. There is an urgent need for innovative ways to generate power in a socially, economically, and environmentally sustainable manner to secure affordable, reliable and sustainable energy supply needed. The energy sector provides the opportunities of improvement with low climate change mitigation.
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- European Bank for Restruction and Development (EBRD).
- Asia Development Bank (ADB).
- World Bank (WBG).
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) was original established for the Central and Eastern Europe and has expanded its region of operations into new countries such as Mongolia, Turkey, Jordan, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt and Kosovo, Cyprus and Greece.
The EBRD is committed to furthering progress towards ‘market-oriented economies and private and entrepreneurial initiatives’ in countries committed to, democratic principles. The core values are:
The EBRD addresses energy projects in most of those countries where the energy sector provides the best opportunities to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
The World Bank (WBG), a group of five organizations, is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. Established in 1944, the WBG has set for the world to achieve the end extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity by fostering the income growth.
The World Bank’s engagement in the energy sector is aimed to secure the affordable, reliable and sustainable energy supply needed.
Asian Development Bank
The Asian Development Bank (ADB), was established in the early 1960s as a financial institution that is Asian in character. The ADB assists its members and partners by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote their social and economic development.
The energy demand is projected to almost double in the Asia and Pacific region by 2030. There is an urgent need for innovative ways to generate power in a socially, economically, and environmentally sustainable manner. Compounding the energy problem is widespread with almost a billion people still without access to electricity.