This factsheet provides case examples of street lighting projects in Ukraine financed by NEFCO.
NEFCO’s Energy Saving Credits facility offers small-scale soft loans for investments in energy saving measures in social facilities such as day-care centres, schools, hospitals and street lighting. The Energy Saving Credits (ESC) loans are available to municipalities in Armenia, Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine. ESC financed street lighting projects replace fluorescent and mercury-vapour fixtures with environmentally friendly LED lights, and may include other measures such as replacement or upgrading of lighting poles, lighting control systems, cabinets and wire, leading to improvement of overall efficiency, costs saving and positive environmental impact.
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