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Romania commits to 2GW onshore licensing round

Country's first auction of contract-for-difference support is set to spur 1,000MW of onshore wind and 1,000MW of solar PV following Albania success.

Bursa becomes EBRD Green City with major water sector investment

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced €70m for water infrastructure in Turkey's fourth largest city. 

EBRD president warns global economic system is failing due to climate...

Odile Renaud-Basso explains that neither nature nor the economy can be sustained doing things the way we do, as she seeks investable projects, better regulations and more carbon pricing.

EBRD plans €1.1bn for green projects in EU countries

New financing will boost green and sustainable investments in the municipal, transport and energy sectors of twelve countries.

EBRD announces €1.5bn for Turkey recovery

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to support business, rebuild railways and more in Turkey's earthquake-hit regions.

EBRD announces €13.8m funding for Kyrgyz hydropower modernisation

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced funding to help the Kyrgyz Republic modernise its Levedinovskaya hydropower plant. 

EBRD announces record investments in Moldova, Poland and Ukraine

Huge investment for Ukraine spurs rather than holds back major investments in neighbouring states.

EBRD commits €120m for rare metals recycling facility in Poland

Funds committed for facility in Poland to extract rare metals from automotive waste and electric vehicle batteries.

Development banks back Alexandria metro upgrade

AIIB, EBRD, EIB and Agence Française de Development will co-finance Alexandria metro upgrade.

New EBRD exclusion rules prove timely for Ukraine invasion

Jan Jackholt, procurement director at the EBRD, sets out how the bank’s upgraded procurement framework proved extremely timely amid the invasion of Ukraine.
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