Two days of high-level speeches with eager discussions marked the EEFIG Annual Plenary 2022.
The registration for the hybrid session at EUSEW starts on 16 June 2022.
This new EEFIG finds important evidence that green loans can be less risky as there is a correlation between energy efficiency and credit risk.
Investments are increasingly urgent to deliver anticipated progress by 2030.
Join our EEFIG annual Plenary meeting on 4 and 5 May 2022 in a virtual format.
DEEP database now includes 24,000 energy efficiency projects with 11,000+ projects in buildings and 12,000+ projects in industry.
The EEFIG Working Group on Energy Efficiency in Industry is taking stock of the energy-intensive industrial sector in order to identify and assess the obstacles, drivers and best practice for increasing the energy efficiency investments.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the intimate relationships between the environment and our daily lives. The green recovery brings an important opportunity to better connect environmentally positive measures with the goal of a more inclusive and healthier built environment
EEFIG interview with Elisabeth Minjauw, BNP Paribas Fortis
The EEFIG Working Group on Risk Assessment is focusing on the quantitative relationship between energy efficiency improvements and lower probability of default of associated loans and the increased value of the underlying assets
EEFIG Interview - Mihaela Nadasan Deputy CEO, Head of Financial Instruments & Markets, Banca Transilvania
EEFIG Interview with Mihaela Nadasan, Deputy CEO, Head of Financial Instruments & Markets, Banca Transilvania
The Investment Portfolio Impact Analysis Tool enables signatories to the Principles for Responsible Banking to meet their requirements under Principle 2 on impact analysis
Convened by the UN, the industry-led Net-Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA) was founded in late April by 43 banks from 23 countries across 5 continents, with assets of US$28.5 trillion – and the membership ranks continue to swell
The Real Estate Impact Analysis Tool was developed was developed by UNEP FI to enable financial institutions to identify and assess the positive and negative impacts associated with their real estate investments and portfolios.
The annual plenary meeting 2021 took place on 9-10 February. It was a novelty in two aspects: being held virtually and open to the public. High level
The InvestEU Programme will bring together, under one roof, the European Fund for Strategic Investments and 13 other EU financial instruments.
On 26 February, the European Commission hosted a Sustainable Energy Investment Forum (SEI Forum) webinar on integrated home renovation services
UNEP FI and the EBF have launched a unique report assessing the extent to which the EU Taxonomy on Sustainable Activities could be applied
UNEP FI is continuing its partnership with EIT Climate-KIC to bring some of the world’s leading thinkers to contribute to a series of thought leadersh
EEFIG is participating with a session at the Covenant of Mayors Investment Forum - Energy Efficiency Finance Market Place and EUSEW
The Taxonomy and Tagging EEFIG Working Group provided a useful additional point of contact between practitioners,both in finance and energy efficiency
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