NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Latin America

1.5.2013
The project aims to improve the industrial and service sectors competitiveness by increasing national capacity on energy efficiency, through technical assistance, awareness raising and investment promotion on energy efficiency.
23.4.2013
The IDEAS Program finances pioneering initiatives that promote projects in the fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy access in Latin America and the Caribbean region.
6.3.2013
The general objective of PROADAPT is to increase the climate resilience of micro, small and medium-sized (MSME) companies and the local communities in which they operate, while also looking for new business opportunities for MSMEs.
7.9.2012
The objective of the NDF component is to complement the IDB Rural Electrification program with renewable energy solutions including hybrid energy systems and solar applications.
21.3.2012
The NDF financed component of the Road Sector Support Program will focus on development of adaptive capacity and integration of climate change aspects into planning and design of road transport infrastructure.
16.12.2011
The main objective of the programme is to scale up energy efficiency measures and investments in SMEs through awareness raising, capacity building and financial support.
15.12.2011
The intervention will increase the local knowledge and skills in specific aspects related to geothermal potential, exploration, planning and utilisation.
15.12.2011
The programme aims to introduce and develop a commercially viable biogas market in Nicaragua that will improve the incomes, livelihoods and quality of life of rural farmers and their families through the benefits of biogas technology.
15.12.2011
The main objective of this project is to support climate strategy and climate change project identification in cities in three countries of the Latin America: Honduras, Nicaragua and Bolivia.
19.10.2011
The goal of the ECOMICRO program is to facilitate the use of green finance instruments by micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) as well as low-income people.

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