Financial Instruments for Brazil Energy Efficient Cities (FinBRAZEEC)
Providing a mix of public and private sector finance to provide funds for reducing energy intensity across Brazil.
Brazil has a high potential to achieve energy efficiency at scale given the country's high-energy intensity. Challenges exist, however, in mobilizing government and private investments. These challenges include government constraints caused by fiscal imbalances, and a steep decrease in private sector investment due to a slow recovery from several years of recession.
This project focuses on promoting energy efficiency to help Brazil meet its NDC goal by reducing energy demand. It will create a debt facility that catalyses private sector investments and channels loans to help cities adopt a standardized and replicable public-private partnership for street lighting. This will help provide off-balance sheet financing for energy efficiency to the industrial sector.
The project has an estimated lifespan of 15 years.
- Private sector
- Public sector
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Notification related to FP065 FP065
||Notification||16 Feb 2020|
Gender action plan for FP065: Financial Instruments for Brazil Energy Efficient Cities (FinBRAZEEC) WorldBank FP065
||Gender action plan||23 May 2018|
Gender assessment for FP065: Financial Instruments for Brazil Energy Efficient Cities (FinBRAZEEC) WorldBank FP065
||Gender assessment||22 May 2018|
Financial instruments for Brazil Energy Efficient Cities (FinBRAZEEC) WorldBank FP065
||Approved funding proposal||27 Mar 2018|
Environmental and social safeguards (ESS) report for FP065: Financial Instruments for Brazil Energy Efficient Cities (FinBRAZEEC) WorldBank FP065
||Environmental and Social Safeguards report||22 Feb 2018|