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Financing energy efficiency investments in the Western Balkans

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This summary guide to financing facilities for energy efficiency in the Western Balkans ( Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and UNMIK on behalf of Kosovo) is intended to provide an overview of the range of financing facilities and technical assistance for energy efficiency investments currently available in the region funded by International Financial Institutions (IFIs) and the European Commission (EC). It also highlights some key issues arising for the future development of such valuable sources of investment funds for this increasingly important policy area. Some of these investments are in the field of energy efficiency improvement of buildings.


This booklet was produced under the EC-financed project “Support to EC and IFI Coordination in the Western Balkans and Turkey” as part of its contribution to policy and strategy discussions under the Western Balkan Investment Framework.