PostsConference “Jump-Start REE” Financing models for Residential Energy Efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 November 2017, Hotel Bristol Sarajevo
Conference organized by ENOVA and Habitat for Humanity International
Supported by: USAID
As a part of Residential Energy Efficiency for Low-income Households (REELIH) project supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), ENOVA together with Habitat for Humanity International are inviting you to the conference “Jump-Start REE”: Financing models for Residential Energy Efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina to be held on 02 November 2017 in Hotel Bristol Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The event will bring together key stakeholders in the energy efficiency sector including the representatives from government and public institutions, NGOs and Home Owners Associations as well as financial sector institutions to discuss successful schemes implemented at local and regional level, financing mechanisms and available products, and practical challenges to implement them on a large scale. Program will include the following sessions:
Plenary sessions by high-level political representatives, international financial institutions and development organizations on finance for sustainable energy efficiency in residential sector;
Panel sessions by financial institutions on practical experiences and project bankability; and
Parallel sessions on practical solutions and projects implemented in SEE Europe.
Residential Energy Efficiency for Low-income Households project is one of the many assistance projects supported by the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Since 1992, the American people through USAID have provided a broad range of development programs in Armenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, shifting from an initial humanitarian emphasis to assistance for economic, political and social transition.
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